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Looking for Gluten-free recipes that require no guesswork? Need a cake, cookies, muffi ns or pie that will show you care about your gluten-free family member, or friends? Lindy has taken the guesswork out of what works and what doesn't with 101 recipes that have been tested by those who suffer from being gluten intolerant and celiac disease as well as those who don't. From cookies and cakes to brownies and pies, you won't have to worry. This is your one place to go to satisfy everyone's sweet tooth. This is not another book about gluten-free breads. This book will help you make it possible for birthdays, anniversaries, and parties of all kinds to be enjoyed by everyone. Check out the testimonies included with each recipe. You will fi nd what other adults and children, both gluten intolerant and not, have found: Lindy's Gluten-Free Goodies are "Guaranteed Tasty."
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It is my pleasure to offer to you the taste-tested recipes in my cookbook. I wanted most of all to make recipes that the novice baker would enjoy baking. The recipes in this book were simplified and adjusted for those who have celiac disease and are gluten intolerant. From my collection of thousands of recipes, I have chosen those that taste the best when converted to be gluten-free. The proof is in the testimonies of hundreds of taste testers. I hope you enjoy them as much as they have. Have a "tasty" day!From the Inside Flap:
It was in February of 2008 when a saliva test revealed that I was allergic to eggs, wheat, dairy, and soy. The news was difficult. I love to bake and cook. Now I was faced with trying to find a way to do the thing I enjoy the most with extreme limitations. The doctor told me to fast from one food group at a time. The easiest to give up was eggs. I replaced eggs with Ener-g Egg Replacer. This worked well for most of my recipes. My doctor asked me if I noticed any difference in how I felt. I said, "Not really." Then he asked if I felt different emotionally. It was with that question that I realized something had changed. I was feeling less anxiety. I was more patient with my students. So often we think of physical feelings first when asked a question about our health. It was at this point that I understood the effects of foods not just on our bodies, but also on our minds and emotions.
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Book Description DLC Media Group, 2009. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110984218149