Gluten Free Bread: 100 Wheat Free Bread and Baked Goods Recipes [NOOK Book]

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Gluten Free Bread: 100 Wheat Free Bread and Baked Goods Recipes. An estimated 18 million people, or 6% of the population is gluten sensitive. Whether you?ve been diagnosed with celiac disease, gluten sensitivity or intolerance, specific food allergies or just plain don?t feel good after eating certain foods, following a gluten-free, wheat free diet can radically change your health for the better.

Unfortunately there is no cure for gluten intolerance or celiac disease. The only ...

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Gluten Free Bread: 100 Wheat Free Bread and Baked Goods Recipes

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Gluten Free Bread: 100 Wheat Free Bread and Baked Goods Recipes. An estimated 18 million people, or 6% of the population is gluten sensitive. Whether you’ve been diagnosed with celiac disease, gluten sensitivity or intolerance, specific food allergies or just plain don’t feel good after eating certain foods, following a gluten-free, wheat free diet can radically change your health for the better.

Unfortunately there is no cure for gluten intolerance or celiac disease. The only thing you can do is stay away from gluten. In other words, just don’t eat it! I’m not going to go into a long explanation of gluten and health, as there are plenty of very good gluten-free books and information available on the internet for that. However, the epidemic of gluten intolerance cannot be ignored, and that is why I embarked on creating a gluten-free cookbook, so that you are still able to prepare and eat the foods you and your family enjoy, but with some easy ingredient modifications so that your health and well-being are not compromised. And, while at first it may seem daunting to try and replace so many of your favorite foods with healthy gluten-free, wheat free alternatives, the good news is, there really ARE great tasting gluten-free alternatives for all your favorite breads, cookies, cakes and other baked goods.

Here's what you'll find inside "Gluten Free Bread: 100 Wheat Free Bread and Baked Goods Recipes"

Introduction
Chapter 1: Buns-Biscuits-Bagels-Rolls and More
Chapter 2: Sandwich Breads
Chapter 3: Dessert Breads
Chapter 4: Scones and Muffins
Chapter 5: Brownies and Squares
Chapter 6: Cakes, Cupcakes and Cookies
Chapter 7: Miscellaneous
Chapter 8: Gluten-Free Baking Tips

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045179034
  • Publisher: Gina Matthews
  • Publication date: 7/27/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 603,071
  • File size: 200 KB

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Welcome to 'The Veggie Goddess' author page. I've been an advocate for all things nature-made since a child. Nature-made food, is a particular passion of mine, because nature-made food really is our body's best form of medicine. In contrast, man-made, lab-made products that get marketed and sold as 'food', have been one of the leading causes in the decline of our nation's health and well-being.Respecting and loving Mother Earth, provides us with a bounty of natural food goodness, that our bodies can utilize for more than just sustenance. The abundance of vitamins, minerals and amino acids that are contained in organic produce, far exceeds what any supplement can provide you. In fact, your body doesn't assimilate minerals from a supplement, because they are typically inorganic. Your body can only assimilate organic-occurring minerals. And, all those cheap discount store vitamin supplements are a complete waste of money also. Again, because they are synthetic (man-made) and not nature-made, the human body cannot assimilate them, and your body just expels them out, making for expensive toilet water. So, instead of spending boat-loads of money on those all-inclusive vitamin supplements, that typically end up being expelled from your body unused, just visit your local farmer's market, organic food co-op or health food market instead.I strongly encourage people to support these entities, and stop funding the lab-made foods and other products that our destroying people's health, as well as our environment. And, no matter how small your living space is, you always have options to consider for growing your very own herbs, vegetables and fruits.I've been ghost-writing natural health articles for years, and a holistic therapist by trade, and in 2012 decided to embark on the creation of my own vegetarian and vegan book series. I do truly 'walk my talk', when it comes to living a natural and healthy lifestyle. I'm approaching 50 years of age, literally do not get sick, have no physical ailments or complaints, and am of strong and healthy body, mind and spirit.I have a true passion for sharing my experience and knowledge with others, for the purpose of personal empowerment. Most disease and health issues are completely avoidable and preventable, and we all have the freedom in each and every day, to make choices that support our natural health and well-being, or not.It excites me to see a resurgence of environmental and health consciousness exploding across the nation and world. People are demanding proper labeling on genetically modified foods, origin of product, and more. With awareness, comes support. With support, comes action. And, with action, comes conscious change.If these matters are something you are also passionate about, I invite you to please bookmark my author page, and check back frequently for new information, updates and of course, new books.I wish all my current and future readers a healthy, passion-filled life!pinterest.com/veggiegoddesstheveggiegoddess.com facebook.com/theveggiegoddesscafepress.com/VeggieGoddessMarketplaceBon Veggie Appetit!Gina 'The Veggie Goddess' Matthews
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