Cooking Gluten-Free

Gluten-free diets can include specialty flours and other products:  When planning a gluten-free meal consider using types of rice flour, tapioca flour, potato starch flour, or gluten-free pastas.  Almost any food can be adapted to become gluten-free with these titles from our digital collections.

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For the estimated 30 million Americans with forms of gluten intolerance, such as celiac disease, this all-too-common protein can cause gastrointestinal trouble, inflammation, muscle fatigue, and mental fog that hinder an active lifestyle and negatively impact athletic performance. The solution: a whole-foods, nutrient-dense gluten-free diet. Others who voluntarily eat gluten-free can also discover an edge they never knew was missing: faster recovery, reduced inflammation, improved digestion, and increased athletic performance.

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Ready to go gluten-free? These easy-to-use recipes provide all you need to cook and savor a delicious and varied gluten-free diet. Whether you are helping someone with coeliac or celiac disease or simply feel more healthy on a gluten-free diet, this new cookbook can make a real difference to your well-being. The range of foods covered includes grains and flours, pulses, nuts and seeds, fruits and vegetables, and some meat, fish and dairy. Facts and information on the key benefits of the 100 top gluten-free foods include 100 nutritious recipes, from simple supper standbys to tempting baked goods and healthy treats. This book will make eating a gluten-free diet easier and enjoyable for everyone in your family!

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Way ahead of its time, the original edition of this book, Against the Grain, was the first book of its kind: a funny, supportive, and absolutely essential handbook for gluten-free living. With two successful editions and countless devoted fans, this book has helped thousands of gluten-free readers follow their diets with creativity, resourcefulness, and, always, good humor. The Gluten-Free Revolution is fully revised and updated with the newest resources and information, and is packed with authoritative, practical advice for every aspect of living without gluten. With her signature wit and style, Lowell guides readers through the intricacies of shopping; understanding labels, from cosmetics to prescription drugs; strategies for eating out happily and preparing food safely at home;

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Millions of people are now embracing a gluten-free lifestyle, driven by new scientific breakthroughs surrounding the diagnosis of celiac disease, severe wheat allergies, and gluten intolerance. Gluten has been proven to be the culprit in everything from weight gain to recurring medical issues. Adopting a gluten-free diet can help you find relief-but it shouldn't mean having to give up the foods you love! Following a gluten-free diet can be a challenge, especially when it comes to finding gluten-free bread and pastries that fit into your diet. Gluten-Free Bread for Beginners will show you how to create tasty gluten-free bread in your own kitchen, with 75 easy recipes and practical tips on living gluten-free in the real world. Gluten-Free Bread for Beginners will guide you through the basics of gluten-free baking with: • 75 delicious gluten-free bread recipes, including Whole-Grain Olive Bread, Sweet Cinnamon Rolls, and Pear Almond Muffins • 15 strategies for baking gluten-free bread that will please your entire household • Comprehensive guide to the top substitutes for wheat, rye, and barley flours to use in your gluten-free bread • Simple tips on how to make your home gluten-free • Important information on identifying the symptoms of gluten reactions Going gluten-free is a lifestyle change that requires diligence and creativity. Gluten-Free Bread for Beginners will help ensure that your change is a delicious and rewarding one.

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