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Deliciously G-Free: Food So Flavorful They'll Never Believe It's Gluten-Free Hardcover – Laser printed, January 3, 2012
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“Deliciously G-Free gives you world-class advice on gluten from a world expert on her body. Elisabeth Hasselbeck offers elegant, passionate, and tasty advice everyone will adore.”—Mehmet Oz, M.D.
“Deliciously G-Free eschews fancy, restaurant-level recipes and acknowledges instead the need for straightforward food for busy people, lovingly prepared.”—The Oregonian
“Using fresh, tasty, and safe ingredients, these recipes are inventive and mouthwateringly good. Elisabeth Hasselbeck has put the gourmet back into g-free cooking!”—Cynthia Beckman, director of development, Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University
“Deliciously G-Free gives you back all the taste and variety you thought you might be giving up with a gluten-free diet. Elisabeth Hasselbeck’s recipes are delicious and will more than satisfy!”—Peter H. R. Green, M.D., director, Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University, and author of Celiac Disease: A Hidden Epidemic
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Where this book shines in comparison with other gluten free books, is that the recipes taste great, the food really does look, feel and taste like the original gluten containing version, only a bit better even. Nicely done!
I wish the nutritional info was included. I calculated the carbs myself for those recipes and the muffins. Surprisingly the muffins were higher in calories and carbs than the cupcakes, no doubt due to the coconut flour. Because of the lack of nutrition info, I'm knocking this down one star. It's months later, and I'm finding that unless I've calculated those carbs and fiber etc, I'm not bothering with the recipes. I have other cookbooks now that have the nutrient info already done for me. Gluten free involves a lot of carbs, heavily refined and the carb content can be a problem for those with diabetes or those who are using a low carb diet to control auto immune issues other than celiac. Both diabetes and auto immune disorders occur in the celiac population at a fairly high rate along with allergies.
I own Betty Hagman's Gluten Free Gourmet books 1 and 2 as well as Carol Fenster's 1000 Gluten Free Recipes plus a few other G Free cookbooks. Bette Hagman's newer editions all contain nutrient info, and some of Carol Fenster's along with the new Betty Crocker Gluten Free cookbook.Read more ›
Although Elisabeth doesn't specifically annotate this, many of her recipes are both gluten and casein free. If your family was dealing with Autism Spectrum Disorder and cooking for a GF/CF diet, this book would have lots of kid friendly options for you. I'm going to be sharing this review on my blog!
I have now also tried the Beef and Broccoli recipe on page 121. It was excellent, but I didn't think the can of black beans was supposed to be there, so I just skipped that part. The pulled pork sandwiches on page 158 were good, and were an easy crock-pot dinner. The chocolate chip cookie recipe on page 215 has also been a hit, but does require a lot of non-standard flours. Luckily we live next to a natural foods co-op, and I have easy access to things like millet flour and Xanthan gum.
A final thing I'd like to point out is that on page 21 Elisabeth talks about mixing up large batches of "power flours" to make baking easier, and specifically mentions pancakes and waffles. But then there aren't any recipes for pancake and waffle "power flour" mixes. A typo?
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have only used a few recipes in this book, but the ones I have used have turned out very well. Our favorite is the GF banana bread... Read morePublished 15 days ago by kristen315
Nothing special about this book. It's basically recipes you could get any where with a GF substitution. Substitute GF bread crumbs for regular in meatloaf etc. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amy
As a cook, baker and a gluten free lady I was rather disappointed in this book. I cook for my family or myself everyday, we do not eat out because of too many food restrictions... Read morePublished 2 months ago by S. Warren
As a newly diagnosed Celiac Disease sufferer, I am pleased with this book. It has good information and the recipes sound really good and easy.Published 4 months ago by Carol S. Bottom
My husband's the cook, not me, but going to try a few recipes. My good friend is 100% G-free and she'll probably go all out with this book.Published 5 months ago by Joni Bozeman
Great book for just starting out and wanting some good basic recipes.Published 5 months ago by Julie Jasinski