I don't have a gluten free cookbook yet. I've been altering recipes in my other books, based on information on from your website. I'd love a cookbook. I love reading cookbooks for enjoyment and we cook every meal these days.
Who wouldn't be happy to have any one of these books? That said, I probably wouldn't make as good use of it as some other people would, because I can eat gluten. This doesn't stop me from doing some gluten-free cooking, however. I am always interested in learning how to cook for various diets, an interest which arose from my own numerous food sensitivities. I'm also glad to see that the awareness has been broadened. There are also people like my mother, who has a sensitivity to wheat but can eat gluten in other flours such as spelt. I will going gluten-free as soon as I figure out how to do it!
It sounds really scary and like a huge pain. But I already make all of our bread, so maybe it won't be so bad. I did not know there were so many GF cookbooks. You have given me a little bit of hope that this is doable. Lola VanKirk here, I would like one of your gluten free cookbooks because I had lower digestive tract cancer three years ago and my digestive system is somewhat haywire. It would be nice to fix great tasting meals that will not blot or make my system over stimulate.
I love Tom and Ali's Book I sell it to my patients- I would love to look at the other three to also recommend to my gluten senstive patients which is a lot- Thanks for Sharing your reviews. We do have The Whole Life Nutrition cookbook and cook out of it almost daily! My kids and I are gluten intolerant and we have several celiacs in our extended family. Keeping a fun and varied diet that keeps everyone's tummy happy is so important! I did not know we had a whole month devoted to awareness about us!?
That is great. Thanks for sharing and the books look incredible, my mouth is watering. What a great idea! Thanks for the opportunity to expand our knowledge of gluten free recipes! Dana Tift northwestvibranthealth yahoo. I am grateful for your story which has encouraged me so much. I would love any of these books.
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Having some new recipes would be a wonderful help! I found your book over a year ago at the library and loved it. Ever since I have been reading your blog. Once I figured out the RSS feeds its been great keeping up on what you post. I have been gluten free for 18 months due to intolerance issues.
For about 3 years I kept gaining 3 -5 pounds a month no matter what I did and the doctors didn't have any explanations.
I even worked out 3 to 5 times a week for 5 months, until my body started hurting so much that I could hardly move 8 months later I was diagnosed with fibromyalga. And I still gained weight during those 5 months. A couple of months after that I went gluten free and stopped gaining weight. I haven't lost the weight yet but at least I'm not gaining any more. Whenever I use to eat pasta or bread I would still feel hungry afterwards and had a general bloated, not feeling well.
I am also dairy free for 14 years do to annaphalatic issues. And corn free for 5 years due to migraines. I have looked at many cook books at the library but haven't found any that really work for. I would love to try out one that you have and can't wait for yours to come out. I will differently be buying it and not just reading it from the library. I love being gluten free and am always posting recipes on facebook from all of my favorite blogs to share with my fellow gf-ers.
I have shared your blog with many of my friends and patients who are also either gluten free, entertain in their home and want to cater to their gf friends and those toying with the idea of going gluten free. Now that I know about your books, I can tell others about them too. Thanks so much for all of your ideas and inspiration! I recently started eating GF and I'm so stumped most days.
It's really hard! I would love a new cookbook to help with the process! I'd love to have this collection of books since I'm moving our entire house to gluten-free. It's been hard having only 1 family member gluten-free; having a bigger repetoire to feed toddlers to adults would be a big help! What a great giveaway! I'm starting to go gluten free and would love this addition to my kitchen.
Thank You! I am new to cooking gluten free and could use all the help I can get. I would love to have any one of these cookbooks and may end up with them all eventually My son and I are gluten-sensitive so I am always looking for gluten replacements or alternatives. I also have several friends who are gluten-intolerant and am on a mission to help them find yummy food to enjoy right along with their friends and family instead of having to "pass" on everything else the family is eating.
I'm just in the elimination diet phase of discovering what bothers me and am adding one food at a time back. I've noticed that gluten does affect me negatively so that's at least one of them. I'm also reactive to dairy so I really need all the help I can to eat a good healthy gluten free, dairy free diet! I'm gluten free and dairy, and soy free, amongst many others….
I have to do it for my nurslings, who both battle severe intolerances.
This time around, I'm actually enjoying the challenge. ALSO, this time around 4 years later!
- Cuentos esotéricos (Spanish Edition).
- The Sidewalks of New York!
- The 11 Best Gluten-Free Cookbooks Out There;
- Hamlet & Me?
I want to add that my firstborn has been completely cleared of her multiple, severe food intolerances thanks to the wacky-sounding but effective NAET therapy. If you google it, you'll be inundated by crazies in both camps, but I assure you that I'm not a nut! We're currently on treatment 4 with my secondborn and have already successfully trialed goat cheese!
I can't tell you how happy this makes me; I could pretty easily get by without gluten the rest of my life, but cheese? I'd love to have any of these cookbooks, although I've really been enjoying Whole Life's blog lately. I absolutely intend to buy yours this fall!!! Our little girl has been gluten-free for 5 years now, and I don't have even one of the cookbooks listed!
Would love to own one as our whole family eats gf many times a week so we feel like a family and I don't spend our whole mealtime in the kitchen as a short order cook! Would love an opportunity to receive one you are offering…so kind of you! All those recipes sound divine! Thanks for sharing your kitchen successes and cookbook recommendations. I love finding new cookbooks to try out! I am definitely going to give Elana's eggplant a try…skipped over that one several times!
It looks sooo good! My husband has diverticulitis and I have MS. I have followed a gluten-free, dairy-free diet for more than three years. Starting in January of this year, my husband and I are also sugar free, too. I don't have a gluten-free cookbook. What I do is frequent the blogs for recipe ideas.
I have created some wonderful meals thanks to all the bloggers, but I would love to win a cookbook! I would love to receive these cookbooks. We recently learned that one of our children has a gluten sensitivity. I'm looking for recipes that the whole family can enjoy and eat. We are finding some, however it is a slow process getting there. These cookbooks would be wonderful to have the family look through and choose different items they would like to try.