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Simple Gluten Free & Paleo Bread: Fast, Sumptuous and Guilt-Free Baking Recipes - Satisfy Your Primal Cravings!
 
 

Simple Gluten Free & Paleo Bread: Fast, Sumptuous and Guilt-Free Baking Recipes - Satisfy Your Primal Cravings! [Kindle Edition]

Donatella Giordano
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You can have your Bread, and eat it!
[UPDATED 2003 Edition] Now Includes 74 Delectable Gluten-Free & Paleo Bread Recipes
Imagine yourself holding a thick slice of warm, freshly baked bread. Close your eyes and just smell the mouth-watering aroma. Now sink your teeth into that delicious indulgence ...

Now if you are gluten sensitive, you may already feel a twinge in the lower left side of your tummy, just by imagining eating a piece of bread.

Giving up bread can be painful in and of itself, and let's face it, we were raised on bread and it is one of THE comfort foods of our time. Luckily you don't have to give up that delicious thick slice. Now you can enjoy a healthy energy-boosting breakfast with bread included.

Whether you have to avoid gluten because of medical reasons (celiac disease or gluten sensitivity) or simply out of personal choice (you're on the Paleo diet), it's still possible to enjoy the smell and taste of home baked bread.

In this little gem of a book by Donatella Giordano you will learn the exact secrets of making your own gluten-free bread in minutes.

You will ...
  • Find a complete list of kitchen utensils and...
  • ... the 14 popular gluten-free flours and
  • Step-by-step instructions from start to finish to make Gluten-free as well as Paleo bread
  • Handy tips on making, storing and using your very own gluten-free flour.
Bread making has never been this easy!

"If thou tastest a crust of bread, thou tastest all the stars and all the heavens" - Robert Browning

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About the Author

In addition to being an acclaimed chef, Donatella Giordano is considered an expert in the field of gourmet, gluten-free and paleo cooking. Through her tasty natural gluten-free recipes, she has gradually managed to win over her husband, three kids and two chocolate labradors, all of whom now love their healthy diets and lifestyles. In her spare time she can be found around Palo Alto, scouring farmers' markets, hiking or cycling with the family.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1389 KB
  • Print Length: 111 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1491010541
  • Publisher: Natural Way Publishing (25 Jun. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00DMU7EQI
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #496,230 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Two Stars 2 Aug. 2014
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American ingredients - not very useful in the UK
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5.0 out of 5 stars I cannot wait to try some of these recipes! 23 Nov. 2013
By Tiffany A. Harkleroad - Published on Amazon.com
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The words gluten free and paleo are often heard when talking about nutrition. But what do they really mean? What is a gluten free or paleo diet, why would anyone chose it, and how do you deal with craving your favorite comfort foods? This book gives a very thorough explanation of the gluten free and paleo dietary lifestyles, and provides numerous recipes for delicious bread that fit into either or both of those lifestyles.

I am not even going to lie, I miss bread. A lot. I removed gluten from my diet in January, and have kept it out, due to Non Celiac Gluten Sensitivity. In short, gluten makes me icky, but does not do permanent life threatening damage. Gluten is a main component in bread. I love bread. I miss bread. Sure, there are gluten free breads available at local stores, but they are just not the same. Bread always struck me as tough to make at home, unless you have a bread maker. So I was very happy that this book has a good deal of easy, straightforward recipes that have fairly standard ingredients. As you get further in the book, the recipes do get more complicated, but the book will appeal to a range of skill levels because of this.

I also like that there is a very thorough introduction to the book, regarding gluten free and paleo dietary plans, and the reasoning behind them. A lot of people think my choice to eat gluten free is a fad, so it helps when books like this recognize that there are people with gluten sensitivity that really do need to maintain a gluten free lifestyle. All in all, I think the book presents very thorough information, and a wide variety of recipes; it is well worth the money.

This book is from my own library and I wrote an honest review of my own volition.
12 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars As tasty as it gets 15 July 2013
By Veola Badey - Published on Amazon.com
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Bread has its own place in history, something that one comes to learn by reading this guide. It is amazing how many things someone can learn by simply reading a recipe book. A lot of things we take for granted, and bread is one of them. However, according to the author bread is somewhat of a modern invention:

"...grains were not introduced into the diet until the advent of farming practices in Neolithic times. This makes bread a "modern" food that advocates of the Paleo diet believe we are not genetically adapted to digest, resulting in the sharp increase in obesity and diet-related illnesses we see in the Western world today." Well, how about that!

Whether it's a new food or not though bread is now considered as essential to everyone's diet. In the Mediterranean Sea regions not having bread on the table is considered kind of a disgrace, unless the main plate is pasta. And `breaking bread' used to be a means of hospitality and friendship. Nowadays though, bread, in its many variations, runs the danger of becoming... a brand. But of course that doesn't mean that we shouldn't eat it. It only means that we should be careful of what we eat, as it's not the package and the advertisement that makes the product, but its ingredients.

More or less most of us know how bread is made. What we don't know is that many people can't eat bread for one reason or another. And it's exactly then that books like this one come in handy, as it takes into consideration the needs of two groups of people that follow specific diets in their everyday lives.

The author treats the subject with great care and talks in a straightforward way to the intended audience:

"Many individuals who choose to switch to a gluten-free or Paleo diet for health reasons openly admit that bread is something they miss, and while the benefits of eating a grain and gluten-free diet are many, the smell of freshly baked bread can be hard to resist!"

The good thing is that bread can be included in a Paleo or gluten-free diet. All one has to do is use an alternative flour which they can buy or even make themselves, and for which they can find the recipe in the pages of this book as well.

As I went through this volume I came to realize how little I knew about the simple art of baking bread. No, this wasn't the first time that I baked one, but in the past I used to improvise, or use instructions from memory as I pictured my grandmother doing it, so now everything was different. I followed the instructions to the letter and the payback was tastier than I ever expected. The author's advice proved solid, and I'm not shy to admit that my gluten-free bread was one of the best I've ever tasted.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Some recipes don't work 30 April 2014
By Patricia Degani - Published on Amazon.com
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I've tried two recipes so far: the simple Paleo bread and the Sesame burgers. The first one worked fine, but the second is wrong. If you follow the instructions, you'll get a liquid impossible to shape. Something is missing. Furthermore, the book doesn't have any pictures and is badly edited. Some titles are in one page, and the directions in another, leading to confusion. I don't recommend the purchase of this book.
5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A handy guide 29 July 2013
By Sue Valliere - Published on Amazon.com
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Gluten-Free and Paleo diets are quite popular nowadays. There's an abundance of books and products that attest to that. However, at the same time, people just don't seem to get enough when it comes to their culinary needs. They want to try different things, new recipes, and they need something to grab their interest and make them create, even if it is in the kitchen. I'd say that this book comes to fulfil one of these needs at least.

I remember the old days when a piece of bread was just a piece of bread and nothing more than that, but times have changed, and as they did we became wiser, as we started understanding our body and the way it works better, and thus realized that what is right for one person is not necessarily right for another.

Did you know that bread is actually a new food? I didn't until I've got hold of this book. As I read it didn't exist in ancient times and so the advocates of the Paleo diet insist that we are not genetically adapted to digest it. However that shouldn't stop us from baking and eating it, thus the existence of this book.

The author though does not only offer baking tips in this volume. In its pages we also discover a wealth of facts concerning the gluten-free and Paleo diets, as well as instructions for just about everything, including how to make your own almond flour. If you're on one of these diets I believe that you'll find this book quite handy. I did.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars VERY DISAPPOINTED 6 Dec. 2014
By Marleenandlouie - Published on Amazon.com
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Very Disappointed. I looked inside via the listing and it looked very hopeful. It showed me that she used a lot of Almond flower which is very low in carbs and high in protein. However, the bulk of the recipes call for "Gluten Free Blend" which she never gave a formula for so it leaves everyone hanging. She did mention using a commercial gluten free brand but I do not want to do that because they are all made with Rice Flour for the primary flour and those are ridiculously high in carbs, very low in protein and really have no nutriition. Since this is a paperback and in glancing thru, I have bent the binding so I cannot return the book which really makes me unhappy. I Really DO NOT RECOMMEND this book.
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