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Gluten-Free Cookery [Paperback]

Peter Thomson
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Feb. 15 2001 Beginner's Guides
A definitive guide offering clear descriptions and suggestions for using the wide range of foods that can be enjoyed as part of a gluten- or wheat-free diet. Gluten-Free Cookery provides comprehensive information on the background to these diets, and makes full use of the increasing range of easily available ingredients. A wide range of tried-and-tested recipes, as well as innovative contemporary recipes, makes this an essential cookery guide for teh catering student or practitioner who wants to meet all market needs.

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5.0 out of 5 stars This book kept me sane. Nov. 5 2003
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When I was told to put my autistic son on a dairy and gluten free diet 6 years ago I did not have a clue, I had never seen the point in baking a cake or a loaf of bread if you could buy it! Although we can get staples on prescription the book has made birthday cakes and treats a pleasure and surprise for all my children and the breads and pancake mixes vary his diet, the recipes are easy to adopt to dairy free if necessary.I have tried other books for variety, one used chickpea flour in everything which tasted wierd, I wonder if the recipes were tested! Others just specify a proprietory GF flour which seems pointless, and expensive if you cannot get them on prescription. Faced with the challenge of putting a family member on this diet, if you can get hold of this book it will be the only one you'll ever need, ours is reinforced with sticky tape and covered in food stains!
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1.0 out of 5 stars The kind of book a food chemist would create May 20 1999
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Obscure ingredients, and odd mixtures could characterise this book. Although the recipes are definately gluten free, they are complicated. Three or four different types of flour are used in many of the recipes, and include bean flour, soya flour, cornflour, teff flour....etc. If you are used to the usual rice, tapioca and potato flours, then this book is not for you. Also, ingredients have to be weighed instead of measured, which is very time consuming. I by far preferred "Special Diet Solutions" by Carol Fenster. It is far more practical.
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5.0 out of 5 stars This book kept me sane. Nov. 5 2003
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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When I was told to put my autistic son on a dairy and gluten free diet 6 years ago I did not have a clue, I had never seen the point in baking a cake or a loaf of bread if you could buy it! Although we can get staples on prescription the book has made birthday cakes and treats a pleasure and surprise for all my children and the breads and pancake mixes vary his diet, the recipes are easy to adopt to dairy free if necessary.I have tried other books for variety, one used chickpea flour in everything which tasted wierd, I wonder if the recipes were tested! Others just specify a proprietory GF flour which seems pointless, and expensive if you cannot get them on prescription. Faced with the challenge of putting a family member on this diet, if you can get hold of this book it will be the only one you'll ever need, ours is reinforced with sticky tape and covered in food stains!
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5.0 out of 5 stars This book saved my life Sept. 10 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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I never cooked for myself before, but this book told me exactly what to do. Now I'm enjoying my food again. My meals had gotten much the same, but now I'm trying all the different things and putting weight back on.
5.0 out of 5 stars A vampire cake to save the night Oct. 28 2007
By B. Brazy - Published on Amazon.com
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My daughter's guests for a Halloween party included a child on the GFCF diet. My challenge was to find an easy, quick gluten-free cake recipe for children that didn't taste like chalk. Ann's Sticky Chocolate Cake became the "vampire cake" (something to sink your fangs into). All of the parents requested the recipe source, and the cake was gobbled up before midnight. Preparation took only 20 minutes. I substituted non-dairy margarine for butter and used an ordinary cake pan. Note: if you want to use measuring cups rather than a kitchen scale, 4 oz = 1/2 cup.
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1.0 out of 5 stars never received Nov. 2 2006
By D. M. Schuster - Published on Amazon.com
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the rate is 0 stars, but your review doesn't allow for that!

after constant delay and e-mails pushing the date back further and further, I finally cancelled. While I would still like the book, Amazon does not seem able to supply it. I will look elsewhere.
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