What's to Eat? The Milk-Free, Egg-Free, Nut-Free Food Allergy Cookbook
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JenZ said A favorite!. This is one of my current favorite cookbooks (and I have quite a few!). The pancake recipe is by far the best I have made that accomodates my kids' allergies (when we substitute rice milk for the soy milk in the recipe) - they come out with a nice fluffy texture instead of the gummy mess I got when using other recipes with my r. "Great!" according to fabulsME. My son (a 1 year old) was diagnosed with food allergies (Egg, Nut, Milk, Fish, ShellFish, Tree-Nut). This cookbook was then only one that I could find that addressed the harder of the three to avoid (milk, nut, and egg). With the help of this cookbook I can now prepare for my son most of his favorite foods! The pancake recipe w. "Great cookbook; one suggestion regarding egg substitutions" according to A Customer. I bought this cookbook for my son who has a severe milk allergy. It's a great cookbook. The recipes are straightforward and easy to make. It IS a relief to own a cookbook in which every recipe is something your child can eat. Many of the recipes, particularly in the breads, cakes, and cookies sections of the book, use a specifi
You’ll also find complete menus and a guide to help you determine if an ingredient is "safe" to use. If you’re looking for a cookbook in which the recipes are completely free of dairy, egg and nut ingredients, easy to make, delicious, made using commonly available ingredients, written with the inexperienced cook in mind, and so good that you can serve them to the entire family and to company, then "What’s to Eat? The Milk-Free, Egg-Free, Nut-Free Food Allergy Cookbook" is for you! "What’s to Eat? The Milk-Free, Egg-Free, Nut-Free Food Allergy Cookbook" is packed with over 145 original kitchen-tested recipes for everything from a wide range of baked goods to soups and salads, main courses, side dishes and breakfast foods. As an added bonus, all 45 of the baked goods recipes in this book are also completely cholesterol-free and Kosher Pareve.
-- Chris Papkee, founder, PeanutAllergyThis new food allergy cookbook is a must for every kitchen. "What's to Eat?" oozes with the author's pleasure in her kitchen. -- Melissa Taylor, Food Allergy Survivors Together--F.A.S.T.One of my biggest challenges is providing some variety for meals. Everyone should have a copy. -- Lauralyn Markle, MDThis "user friendly" book will be a good resource for you and your clients. Now we have choices which the entire family enjoys. -- Society of Certified NutritionistsThis book is fantas