Mastering Your Gluten- and Dairy-Free Kitchen: Easy Recipes, Chef's Tips, and the Best Products for Your Pantry

Mastering Your Gluten- and Dairy-Free Kitchen: Easy Recipes, Chef's Tips, and the Best Products for Your Pantry

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by Chef Einat Mazor
     
 

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“If you follow a gluten-free, casein-free diet, this book is for you!”
Ann Whelan, editor/publisher of Gluten Free Living magazine

In Mastering Your Gluten- and Dairy-Free Kitchen, Einat Mazor, a professional chef and culinary consultant, shares her vast knowledge and delicious recipes, so that those diagnosed with Celiac

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“If you follow a gluten-free, casein-free diet, this book is for you!”
Ann Whelan, editor/publisher of Gluten Free Living magazine

In Mastering Your Gluten- and Dairy-Free Kitchen, Einat Mazor, a professional chef and culinary consultant, shares her vast knowledge and delicious recipes, so that those diagnosed with Celiac disease or food sensitivity to wheat, gluten, dairy, and casein can bene?t from a quick and delicious diet.

When Einat Mazor’s six-year-old daughter was diagnosed with Celiac disease, Einat was determined to put her considerable professional experience to use. She dreamed of creating a diet rich in diverse ?avors and textures so her daughter could continue to enjoy food just as she always had. Einat shares her personal story, along with simple and scrumptious recipes in a way that will help guide anyone who needs to change the way they think about food—but doesn’t know where to begin.

Einat serves up creative ways to avoid gluten and dairy in a diet, along with advice on building a pantry that is stocked with healthy and safe staples for this lifestyle diet. Each recipe begins with an anecdote and includes clear directions for tasty dishes, including cinnamon french toast, Chinese spring rolls, meatball kabobs, quinoa cookies—and even an amazing birthday cake!

Mastering Your Gluten- and Dairy-Free Kitchen provides valuable information and inspiration for those on a gluten- and dairy-free diet. It is also a valuable resource for parents and caregivers of people with autism, especially those who are attempting to alleviate symptoms through dietary changes.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781936236503
Publisher:
iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date:
06/17/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
96
Sales rank:
567,286
File size:
665 KB

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Mastering Your Gluten and Dairy Free Kitchen 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Ella10 More than 1 year ago
As a mom I have to say that this cook book and tip guide helps me A LOT!!! great & easy recipes for working moms and dads. The book is easy and stright to the point. I just love the desserts section including the vanilla cupcakes,brownies, choclate cakes and the tahini cookies. I can't wait for the third book!Thank you Chef Einat!
gl41 More than 1 year ago
Yummy, tastey recipes for the whole family to enjoy. even for memebrs who are not gluten and dairy intolerant. Recipes are easy to follow, and I had no problem finding the ingredients. Sometimes even in neighborhood supermarkets. We especially like the desserts. Highly recommended!
Joann1 More than 1 year ago
This book helped me a lot. Easy, simple, yet YUMMI. User friendly, great solutions the entire family can enjoy. We enjoy it a lot in my family and i am sure you will as well.
dan34 More than 1 year ago
Dealing with gluten diet can be really confusing and overwhelming. This is a great resource to start out with when you need to figure out where to begin. Highly recommended!Easy & delicious recipes!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The system wouldn't let me give this a zero-star rating, so it got one star by default. Perhaps it's my own fault for not realizing how flimsy this "book" was going to be, but I feel ripped off. Unless this is the very first GF/DF guide you've ever purchased, you've already read/heard all the "tips" and product suggestions offered within its scant 78 pages of actual content...and yes, that 78 pages includes all the recipes. Speaking of recipes, does telling someone to melt cheese on a tortilla really qualify? I think not. The more complex/involved recipes are pretty uninspired as well, and the baked goods call for too much in the way of eggs and refined sugar. This was an unequivocal waste of twelve dollars.