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Customer Review

on 29 June 2001
I discovered The Gluten, Wheat and Dairy Free Cookbook by Antoinette Savill whilst looking for a present for a friend with a son who suffers from Coeliac disease. Browsing through the well laid out recipes I was motivated to buy a copy for our family as well, even though we only have a general need to reduce animal fats for health reasons. The pages are clearly presented with symbols to indicate whether Vegetarian, Gluten free, wheat free, ultra low fat or dairy free. Measurements are given in Imperial Metric and U.S. cups. Ingredients are listed separately where there are icings or fillings and intructions are straightforward. The collection of recipes and the colour plates show delicious examples giving the buyer hope that one can stay healthy and still eat exciting "normal" food without being served a dull alternative to the rest of the family or dinner guests.
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