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GLUTEN-FREE CHRISTMAS & THANKSGIVING MENU IDEAS: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Snacks & Stocking Stuffers! Kindle Edition

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Length: 51 pages Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

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  • File Size: 183 KB
  • Print Length: 51 pages
  • Publisher: Kirsten Anderberg (June 23, 2012)
  • Publication Date: June 23, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008E9QOOA
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,415,574 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Kirsten Anderberg is a journalist/historian/activist/designer/educator/performer/artist based in Ventura, CA. She earned her M.A. in History and Archiving from the CA State University at Northridge in 2010, and has her B.A. degree in Political Science and Women's Studies from the University of WA in Seattle. Her historical focus has been on the institutional history of America, especially child protection institutions and mental asylums, as well as Southern CA and women's history. Ms. Anderberg is the recipient of numerous historical awards and fellowships, including a grant from the prestigious Historical Society of Southern CA. Her journalism addressing the histories of MacLaren Hall in Los Angeles and Camarillo State Mental Hospital in Camarillo has been groundbreaking.

The bulk of Ms. Anderberg's journalism has been focused upon civil rights, feminism, poverty, politics, performing, history and health. Anderberg commonly writes about natural health, such as kitchen cosmetics, natural beauty recipes, and medicinal herbs, with much of that knowledge coming from her early exposure to the legendary Source Family. Anderberg has been a paid vaudevillian performer for 30 years, and her music has been used by activist Ann Simonton, among others. She has published more articles in first person by a woman street performer than ever published prior in history. Her historical work regarding street performance and busking is filling a gap too long neglected. Anderberg has also published many important articles on the topics of poverty, homelessness, feminism and political protest.

Kirsten Anderberg was borne in Saugus, CA, at the Wild West edge of Los Angeles County, in 1960. As a child, box turtles still walked the streets and remnants of the rancho era of CA still ruled the imaginations of children and adults alike. As a teen, she lived in the San Fernando Valley in Senator Carrell's historic adobe retirement home on Odyssey Hill, and also was a homeless teen on the streets of Seattle, where she became a street performer. Her performing career includes a 12 piece Motown band, a swing band, an original a cappella trio, and solo vaudevillian gigs. Anderberg became a journalist in 2003 during the anti-Iraq war protests in Seattle, when she felt the mainstream media was not covering the actual events in the street. She became an independent journalist thereafter and has published articles in hundreds of magazines, books, newspapers and websites. Anderberg has been published by Utne, ZNet, HipMama, Adbusters, Alternet, Mexico Magazine, Complete Mothering Magazine, Gale Publishing, the Indypendent, Susun Weed, and more. She is a strong proponent of self-publishing and independent media. You can view her literary resume online at http://users.resist.ca/~kirstena/pagejxpress.html.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 27, 2012
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I was looking forward to reading this book to get some fresh new ideas for Thanksgiving. I am SO GLAD I got it for free!!!
There are a few good ideas, but I found that most of the book sounds like an advertisement for the author's favorite products, complete with links to the companies' websites. It is possible that she could be a spokesperson for Trader Joe's, as many times as their store brand products are mentioned.
A few things the author got wrong (there are more than this...) - Pamela's Products cookies are not hard enough to "break a tooth" as the author wrote. Brewer's Yeast is not gluten free; however Brewer's Yeast nutritional supplements *sometimes* are made from sugar (as opposed to from actual Brewer's Yeast). There are a number of great gluten free breads. As much as I enjoy Udi's Chocolate muffins, they are NOT the best possible substitute for chocolate cake... but GF chocolate cake IS, and many companies have excellent mixes!!
The web links actually got in the way of the information that the book did present, since I use a Kindle Touch. Many times, I went to turn the page, it tried to follow the link.
Frustrated with the fact that "just anybody" can write a book like this, then to find out that the author is an actual journalist... who did not do her research.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kim on December 4, 2012
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This book is pretty good, but we were able to adapt some of our regular recipes to be gluten free a little easier.
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By Amazon Customer on November 8, 2013
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This book is really just an introduction with a list of one person's opinions about commercially available gluten free foods. I have been eating gluten free for a few years and found the ideas to be pretty obvious.
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By Doris L. Parker on October 18, 2013
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Just found out I have celiac disease.. overwhelmed. This book has shown me that I will survive... recommend it to anyone who has to be GF
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By J. Reister on February 26, 2013
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The recipes that I have tried taste great. Nice to finally have something different for large family gatherings that the people who can eat everything will eat too.
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