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  • Title: 1,000 Gluten-Free Recipes
  • Author: Carol Fenster
  • ISBN: 9780470067802
  • Page: 245
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1,000 Gluten Free Recipes It s like getting 5 cookbooks in 1 172 Breakfast Dishes, Muffins, and Breads 75 Sandwiches, Salads, and Soups 106 Pasta, Grain, Bean, and Vegetable Dishes 205 Main Courses 377 Cookies, Cakes, Pies, and Other Desserts And Much More Go gluten free with ease For the best all purpose gluten free cookbook, look no further Inside, you ll find deliciou1,000 Gluten Free Recipes It s like getting 5 cookbooks in 1 172 Breakfast Dishes, Muffins, and Breads 75 Sandwiches, Salads, and Soups 106 Pasta, Grain, Bean, and Vegetable Dishes 205 Main Courses 377 Cookies, Cakes, Pies, and Other Desserts And Much More Go gluten free with ease For the best all purpose gluten free cookbook, look no further Inside, you ll find delicious gluten free versions of foods you crave including muffins, breads, pizzas, pastas, casseroles, cookies, bars, cakes, and pies You ll also discover hundreds of recipes for all American favorites, flavorful international dishes, and sophisticated special occasion fare It s everything you need to serve satisfying gluten free meals 365 days a year Praise for 1,000 Gluten Free Recipes This book has great recipes with a fresh healthy flair Everyone should have this cookbook I know mine will get tattered from use Cynthia Kupper, R.D Executive Director, Gluten Intolerance Group of North America Carol Fenster has combined simple, naturally gluten free recipes along with those specially created for people with celiac disease This is a comprehensive soup to nuts guide that any cook will use again and again Andrea Levario, J.D Executive Director, American Celiac Disease Alliance The encyclopedia of gluten free recipes has now arrived What a wonderful assortment of healthy meals that even a gluten free novice can tackle Cynthia S Rudert, M.D Advisor for the Celiac Disease Foundation and the Gluten Intolerance Group of North America

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    1. Amy on said:

      Once you have some experience living gluten-free, buying a copy of 1,000 Gluten-Free Recipes by Carol Fenster is wise. At my house, we now say go ask Carol when we have a gluten-free question. Her book seems intimidating (it’s 700 pages long), but I haven’t made one recipe from it that has failed. I use it so often that I’ve lost track of how many I have made. The recipes include extremely detailed instructions which is why they work. I realize trying recipes from pinterest sounds fun but [...]

    2. Nasty Lady MJ on said:

      Made a few recipes from it. The rice recipes are just fantastic. There's a veracity of recipes in here too and it tells you just what to buy. The only downside to it is that it lacks photos.

    3. Brenna on said:

      The flour mixes in this book are PERFECT for making pastries and breads that taste like gluten and all of it's glory! No more eating gluten-free store bought stuff that crumbles and tastes stale. No more eating just salad and meat and potatoes because you don't know how to eat regular things like sandwiches or pasta anymore. This book is SO helpful in dealing with gluten-free eating without turning into a "health psycho." Sometimes healthy is good, but sometimes I just want a batch of chocolate [...]

    4. Brooke on said:

      What a resource this book is for gluten-free (& dairy-free) people! We use this book often at home. We've made her baguette, English muffin, pancake, waffle and several cookie recipes. I met Carol last year (5/10) at a bread-making class, and she's a lovely person. She's a self-taught, experimental home baker who has produced numerous cookbooks from the time such a market was created. At the class, she shared with us that some of her recipes have changed a bit over time, as her understanding [...]

    5. Stephanie on said:

      A great compendium though I find her reliance on only one flour-mix to be unfortunate.

    6. Kimberly on said:

      Looked through the cookbook and found a good number of recipes that I would want to try. Flour blend was specific to author/cookbook but she gave percentages of each flour so that you could make it as needed for each recipe instead of a whole batch at once like most cookbooks. Also had many recipes that gave several variations depending on tolerances (ex. corn based vs. rice based). Thinking of purchasing the cookbook.

    7. Ruth on said:

      This is a very good cookbook for breads (IMO)t recommended to anyone that already has knowledge of how to throw veggie Meals together or is first diagnosed w/eating Gluten Free I think of it as a more advanced, tastier version of all that's out thereWhen you reach that far into the Gluten Free World of Cookingis is a KEEPER then. Lots of soup & veggie dishes & of course Desserts, Entrees & Appetizers.

    8. Kim on said:

      Every single recipe I have made from here has been delicious! Some are a little more complicated, but they are all worth it. She has a recipe for GF sourdough starter that I now have in my fridge and her recipe for sourdough french bread is amazing--that is the only bread I have made since discovering that recipe. For all you Celiacs out there who miss french bread, you will weep when you taste this.I have also made muffins, cookies, breads, dinners. All delicious.

    9. Rachel on said:

      the *BEST* Gluten free cookbook we've tried yet! Food tastes great, the mix is easy to make up and it doesn't take much for the recipes. :) Recipes are easy to follow, easy to put together, lot's of variety, easy to adapt for preferences. Breads come out soft like *real* food instead of cardboard/rubbery/crumbly!

    10. Leah Banicki on said:

      Love the choices and the variety of recipes. Have a ton of recipes flagged to try. A well rounded book for someone like me, looking for more choices on my gluten-free diet. Thanks for writing this Carol. Your work will be appreciated.

    11. Michelle on said:

      Excellent. I keep renewing this from the library. This is a great resource for living Gluten & Dairy free. The recipes we've used have been great. I have finally returned this book and am waiting for my copy to come in.

    12. Catherine on said:

      Planning ahead for a gluten- and lactose-intolerant house guest. This book was even more useful than I hoped, suggesting dairy substitutes in many recipes. I have a feeling Tofutti is not as good as cream cheese, but it’s nice to have options.

    13. Liette on said:

      There's some great recipes in this book but some ingredients are not available in Canada.

    14. Annie on said:

      I just ordered this book today from our local bookseller and I can't wait to dig in!

    15. Barbara on said:

      Love this book. I have other gluten free cookbooks, but this is my go-to, GF "bible."

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