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The recipes show that gluten-free cooking can be simple and even delicious. (Tara Fitzpatrick, Food Management)
I love Chef Rob's selection on "Dusting and Encrusting," proving that bread crumbs aren't the only option for coating a chicken breast. He also educates throughout the book with "Tricks of the Trade," a thorough discussion of gluten-free flours and insights on the challenges of dining out. (Laura Byrne Russell, Oregonian)
Not having a lot of practice cooking gluten-free, the most valuable section in the book for me became Landolphi's chapter on "Gluten-Free Basics", which contains comprehensive information on the numerous flours, starches, nut meals and seeds that are used in gluten-free cooking. This section includes information on the taste, appearance, nutritional value and even storage guidelines of these ingredients and is very valuable to the less-experienced GF cook.
"The recipes in my Gluten Free Every Day Cookbook are the kinds of dishes that people who have celiac disease and are on a gluten-free diet thought they'd never be able to eat again," says Landolphi, a certified culinary arts instructor, chef, and culinary operations manager at UConn. "You don't have to give up the foods you love."
I bought this for a friend, but thought it lacking in nutritional information.Published 1 month ago by g
This book has the best recipes i think. My daughter has gone gluten free.Published 7 months ago by Carol Lyn Thomas
Easy to use. This cook book was recommended by a friend that has Celiac Disease. She recommended it for
my granddaughter who has just be diagnosed with the disease.
This is the best gluten free cookbook I've found so far. Just the muffins recipes are worth the cost of the book. And I like the extra information on flours and textures.Published 17 months ago by Joe-Anne
I have his other book, "Quick-Fix Gluten Free," as well. I use both cookbooks. The recipes are delicious. Read morePublished 19 months ago by HonestTruth