Gluten-Free for Good: Simple, Wholesome Recipes Made from Scratch
Gluten-free eating is all the rage now. There are lots of gluten-free choices in the stores for ready-made or ready-to-make dishes, so why a new gluten-free cookbook? The reality is a lot of people don’t want processed or pre-packaged foods. This wonderful new cookbook is chock full of recipes that are relatively easy to make from scratch with fresh, wholesome ingredients. A short introduction and pantry necessities will help readers prepare for the 100 recipes that follow. There are six sections including essentials, soups and salads, main dishes, and desserts. The recipes are the kind that will make one forget they are giving something up. Are breakfast breads a favorite? The Maple-Glazed Butternut Squash Bread is delicious, easy to make, and will satisfy any sweet tooth. Can’t bear the thought of giving up pasta? Sweet Pea and Ricotta Ravioli is rich, luscious, and not nearly as difficult to prepare as one might think. All instructions are straightforward and easy to follow. Beautiful close-up photos accompanying most of the recipes will inspire readers to try this different, healthy way of eating. This will be a welcome addition to any kitchen.
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