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  • Paperback: 240 pages
  • Publisher: Three Rivers Press; 1 edition (5 Jan. 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0307590607
  • ISBN-13: 978-0307590602
  • Product Dimensions: 18.7 x 1.7 x 23.2 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
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This book is actually quite good - however as it is american there are some ingredients that I don't recognise e.g Spaghetti Squash (does anyone know where I can buy this in the UK?). I tried the Shepherds Pie with Cauliflower mash and that was lovely.

I have only recently started following the SCD diet as I have ulcerative colitis and since I have been eating in this way I have been symptom free - so it definately works.

On the whole this book is a good buy and I especially like the fact that it has dinner party suggestions in it - so if you are entertaining friends you don't have to stray off the SCD.
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I need pictures to make me an idea of how a recipe would look and this book has about 6 pages of pictures, that is all. There are some interesting recipes, but some a bit too complicated and some I do not even know where to get the ingredients in the UK. By the way, I have been told that the Cottage Curd Cheese that is mentioned so often in SCD diets (US) is the same thing as Quark here in the UK (the one without anything added). Measurements are only American, with no conversions.
I had the "Against all grain" book, which has lots of pics (and a conversion table at the end), and maybe I was a bot spoiled, but I do need pictures for recipes, for me it is a big element of a recipe book. Other than that, I found it a bit patronizing in the introduction and I do not like the organization. Why do I need a section for food for kids (at the very end)? I have that issue with the other one too. Let me decide what food I give my kids or what treats I want for myself, instead of separating in two different parts of the book these recipes when they are perfectly fine together! I just think it is not properly organized, we have the breakfast options almos at the end, when mock starches are in the middle, followed by desserts, when "just for kids" is right before the "resources and aknowledgements" sections. I think you either classify by type of ingredient or by type of meal, it is just difficult to know where is what and it feels like we jump from one thing to another and back again.
That said, my complains are more of the design than of the content. If you can picture a recipe without a photograph, these are relatively simple and it is a good alternative to "Against all Grain", I think it would complement that one, but if you are buying just one, I would say get the other one because the bread is quite good and it has pictures for all recipes too.
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Considering you feel like the SCD should be very boring and limited, it actually isn't at all and the author shows you how to make pretty much anything with allowed SCD foods.
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I like the alternatives and suggestions how to prepare grain free meals.
Would love to have a similar book with metric units and celcius. Would be
a whole lot easier to prepare foods when there's no need to convert all amounts
from oz to litlers etc.
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The cashew bread is totally yummy and on its own worth the price of the book. I do wish every recipe was illustrated, but this is still a good recipe book for making following the SCD easy (much better than some of the scary sounding recipes on the web). The cashew cous cous maybe too much of a good thing, but as a once in a while "mock starch" it is nice to have something that you can pair with dishes that have a sauce - curries, tagines etc. I have just been diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis this year and have been following the SCD strictly for two weeks, it has definitely helped reduce symptoms.
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