- Paperback: 288 pages
- Publisher: Thorsons (21 Aug. 2000)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0722540272
- ISBN-13: 978-0722540275
- Product Dimensions: 11.5 x 2.5 x 16.3 cm
- Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 27,682 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Gluten, Wheat and Dairy Free Cookbook: Over 200 allergy-free recipes, from the ‘Sensitive Gourmet’ (Over 250 Simple Recipes to Help You Fight Food Allergies and) Paperback – 21 Aug 2000
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‘…Positive proof that food intolerances do not mean you have to miss out on delicious treats.’
From the Back Cover
For the first time, the complete collection of recipes from Antoinette Savill is available in a single cookbook. Over 200 recipes cover a range of dishes for every occasion – from light no-fuss meals through to dinner parties, family celebrations and summer barbecues.
'Includes a new ultra-low fat section especially for the weight conscious.'
Gluten, wheat and dairy products are problem foods for the increasing numbers of people suffering from food allergies or intolerance. Recipes in 'The Gluten, Wheat and Dairy Free Cookbook' will help to relieve and alleviate common diet-related symptoms such as:
• Muscle Stiffness
• Joint problems
• Digestive problems
• Skin disorders
• Breathing difficulties
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Top Customer Reviews
Whilst it is heavy on desserts, that is where most problems come from if you suffer from these common allergies. It is true that it is very heavy on eggs, which I am also allergic too, but I have adapted the recipes very successfully after a quick search on the internet where you can find some alternatives to eggs - try replacing an egg with 1 tsp baking powder+1 tbsp water+1 tbsp vinegar for leavening - add more baking powder if you want better results. For binding, try 1/2 mashed banana (cut down on the sugar content of the recipe); 1 tbsp rice syrup (again cut down on the sugar content); or a 1/4 cup of apple puree (the pectin in the apple works as a binder) - all are the equivalent of one egg. You may have to adjust the liquid content of some of the recipes using trial and error, but it is worth the effort!
This book should not be used exclusively for all your recipes, but it has lots of excellent ideas, is very well presented, and will bring the pleasure back into your diet. You, your friends and family will enjoy tasty meals without feeling ill afterwards, and will be pleasantly surprised that food can actually taste better without all those nasties. Allergies can be fun!
I have bought a copy for a friend who is dairy intolerant, and recommended it to my son who is a coeliac.
Every recipe that I have tried has worked and been delicious!
Try the Passioncake recipe - yummy!
The book's layout is excellent. Recipe are mostly one to a page (some two pages) - description, ingredients and method. Easy to cook from and no distracting rambling chat as appears in some cookery books.
Also a recipe for 'mince pies'. Wonderful!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great recipes and surprisingly there are dishes that any picky eater would be satisfied. I saw recipes that can be served to guest, very tasty and elegant.
Not really what I was looking for, a number of the recipes had wheat in them and far to much of the book was given over to deserts and cakes.Published 11 months ago by Mr. Michael P. Windiate
It is rubbish. I thought it would give you meal ideas with foods that were safe to eat but no it just replaces flour with gluten free etc so i could have just used a normal... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Olivia wood