About the book: Gluten-Free Made Easy” is the perfect guide to your new lifestyle! Learn dozens of tips and tricks for avoiding gluten and over 150 tasty, simple recipes like Creamy Chicken Taquitos, Margherita Pizza, and even Fudge Chocolate Chip Cookies. Going against the grain has never been easier!
My Review: Over the last few years I've seen several people I know get diagnosed with Celiac disease, and I always have wondered what in the world you would eat if you couldn't have anything with gluten in it. This cookbook answered a lot of questions for me. Not only is there a great information section in the front, but the recipes look amazing too. I really enjoyed reading the information about Celiac disease in the front, and loved that the authors recommended their favorite gluten-free brands. I also really liked how the authors talked about making it less expensive to eat gluten free, I know there are a lot of people out there that will appreciate that. I also enjoyed looking through the recipes, I LOVE to cook and there are many in this book I would love to try. If you or someone you love can't have gluten look no further for a great cookbook!
I was sent a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
About the authors: Christi Silbaugh is the self-educated chef and author of three cooking blogs including: Mom, What’s For Dinner, Gourmet Cooking For Two and Zero Calorie Life. She writes for foodie media giants Glam Media and Federated Media and works for Fast Forward Events, covering food and wine events in San Diego. Since 2009, she has created and posted over 1,000 gluten-free recipes. She lives with her family in California.
Michele Vilseck is a mother, entrepreneur and health enthusiast. She enjoys creating in all of its forms including writing, cooking, artwork and teaching. She has been gluten-free for 10 years. She lives in New Haven, Connecticut.
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