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This is a wonderful book for people beginning their Gluten-Free lifestyle. I have learned so much and was amazed by how wonderful the recipes are, and substitutions that can be made for flour. Highly recommend!" ~Jennifer D., well-known healthy recipe blogger at peanutbutterandpeppers.com

"What a gem in the gluten-free world! Delicious recipes, a slew of resources, answers to your gluten-free questions - a MUST for your gluten-free repertoire. I don't hesitate in recommending it to my clients." Marisa V., The Food Sensitive Foodie at marisavoorhees.com

About the Author

Angela McKeller is an award winning recipe writer, cookbook author, and has been appeared on The Food Network, ABC's Carolina Kitchen and Georgia Public Broadcasting's "Georgia Cooks". She has been featured in many publications and online e-zines, such as CBS' Mancave Daily, MORE Magazine, Augusta Magazine, Points North Magazine, Skirt Magazine, Good Housekeeping, and many more.
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Product Details

  • Paperback: 124 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (January 17, 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1481999222
  • ISBN-13: 978-1481999229
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.3 x 8.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (98 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,180,569 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Gregory Slingerland on November 26, 2012
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Gluten-Free Made Easy As 1,2,3: Essentials For Living A Gluten-Free Life, by Angella McKellar is an inspiring and easy to use guide for those who lead a gluten-free life. McKellar successfully makes the case that eating gluten-free foods is not a life sentence. She gives her readers a lot to work with too -a gluten-free shopping list, 25 easy recipes, food preparation tips, and even a safe restaurant list. Readers of this book will no longer feel handcuffed or feel like they are missing out on the good things of life. McKellar helps her readers accept the reality of the gluten-free life and successfully embrace it. This book is realistic, practical and has some very original and creative ideas inside. "Gluten-Free Made Easy As 1,2,3" is a must have for those who live a gluten-free life. Enjoy!
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Misty McCoy on December 11, 2012
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When reading through this wonderful cookbook, I couldn't help picking up on the points that there are many ways to live a gluten free life without eating plain items. I have never been one to think about the things in the foods that I eat, however when reading through the book I have noticed a lot of things that I eat have gluten in them. This cook book has a great deal of recipes for easy to make dinners, lunch, breakfast, and appetizers. It breaks down things that you should and shouldn't buy at the grocery store, and what items to pay attention to when you are buying ingredients for recipes. It also gives a lot of resources for the many things that are gluten free and can be made without using gluten. This is a great book for those that live the gluten free life and I recommend this to all that live this life style.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Booknerd76 on November 26, 2012
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When I picked up this book, I thought at first it was going to be another piece of rehashed fluff jumping on the gluten free bandwagon. I was looking for a simple, inexpensive beginner's type guide to gluten free cooking, since I suspect I might have an issue with gluten myself. I am thrilled to say my initial suspicions were very far from the truth! This gluten free book is so much better than some of the others I have taken a look at primarily because it is so packed full of information that is easy to use and that my family can relate to.
It was daunting to look at the exhaustive list of unacceptable foods, and the acceptable list was a little longer than I initially imagined it would be. I loved the fact that the author took the time to list places to buy gluten free foods both online and in stores. Plus she made a point to highlight ways to save money on these options, which is crucial to my family since we are always on a tight budget.
Her tips on surviving eating at parties or gatherings outside the home were equally priceless, and something I hadn't considered before. Possibly the best information that I got from the book was the link between behavior and ADHD and gluten in foods. I have two ADHD children, one of which is currently struggling severely with behavior issues, and I never would have made a connection between her food and her problem behaviors. I fully plan to do further research and start her on a gluten free diet based on the information in this book.
I especially liked the author's writing style throughout the book. The tone was more like receiving helpful information from a considerate friend rather than someone trying to sell me on the benefits of living a gluten free lifestyle.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 30, 2013
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Lots of nice recipes and basic info on eating gluten free. Most of the info on eating gluten free is the same info I've found in many of the other books I've read what sets this book apart is the recipes. Everyone one I've tried had been easy to make and tasty
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Tracy on November 27, 2012
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I read this book because, while I am lactose-intolerant, I have a good friend who has Celiac disease. Our food complications make it difficult to go hang out and grab dinner. So, since I know all about what I cannot eat, I decided to figure out exactly what she can and cannot eat as we were about to graduate college. I did research and my hopes of throwing a party this year went out the window. How on earth could I make party food that she could eat!? So, in my desperation I tried this book. Funnily enough, it calmed ME down, and I am not even unable to have gluten!
The recipes are clear and clever, the restaurant tips are invaluable to me as I can lose the awkward "Uh, I can't eat anything here" moments.
Overall, even if you are not gluten free, but a friend or relative of someone who is, I would try this book out.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By GwinnettGirl on May 15, 2013
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Great foray into a g-f lifestyle. Enjoyed the tips, recipes, and resources! Highly recommend to those gluten-free or those who have loved ones who are.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Alex S TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on February 10, 2013
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I am not on a gluten-free diet. However, my nephew is, and my sister has a wheat allergy, so when they have visited, I have encountered the issue of needing to be sensitive to gluten. In fact, as a sufferer from sulfite and nitrite allergies, I truly understand how tiny portions of a substance hidden in foods can have a huge impact! In fact, I have suffered in many instances when cross contamination of bacon on a grill and my hamburger occurred and I ended up in the emergency room gasping for air.

First of all, I love the attitude here in this book - living gluten-free doesn't mean giving up things, it means eating wonderfully, just using different ingredients. In fact, I particularly appreciate that the recipes included in the book weren't just written from a group of "gluten free recipes" but that much thought went into the preparation and actual testing of them. And not only did the author/cook test these on herself, she tested them on friends.

Second, this isn't just a recipe book. Think of it as a map into a strange territory, one that you might have been forced into without a choice. As with any tourist area, having a local map out the area for you is extremely helpful. In this case, the author discovered that she had gluten sensitivities and writes the entire book from a first person experience. She guides you on your first shopping expedition, and she gives you lists of things to avoid, but more importantly, she gives you a wonderful list of things that you can use!

Obviously, in today's world, there are many (expensive) boxes out there with gluten-free brownies, cookies, etc. But when you make your own, you have the pleasure of having fresh cooked food by your favorite chef - YOU!

I have read many gluten-free books and truly appreciate both the information and recipes provided here as well as the sound advice!
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