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4 Ingredients Gluten-Free: More Than 400 New and Exciting Recipes All Made with 4 or Fewer Ingredients and All Gluten-Free! Paperback – March 20, 2012
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So, here are the upsides. Yes, all the recipes have four ingredients as promised. I agree that it is refreshing to see a GF cookbook where the ingredient list doesn't take up an entire page. In fact, almost all the ingredients are easy to get, with the exception of the self-rising flours or some of the GF pastas. I also feel they have a great range of recipes including quick breakfasts to dinners and desserts, not to mention a section on feeding children and babies.
On the other hand, do I feel particularly inspired to make anything? Not really. Most of the recipes are standard fair with the elimination of gluten-y ingredients. Another note: if you have multiple sensitivities, especially any kind of lactose/casein sensitivity, this is not the book for you--it seems a great majority of the recipes involve some form of dairy (often cheese).
In the end, I think I will end up referring to this on nights when I can't figure out what I want. I will definitely be adding more ingredients to the recipes (particularly the soups) but this cookbook seems to be a great jumping-off point for dinners and lunches.
I was baking one of the muffin recipes when I realized the biggest drawback to this book. The authors are Australian, and must have some amazing groceries available to them. I haven't seen gluten-free self rising flour here in the USA , but I wish we did have it.
Others of the recipes work like a charm, so this would be a great book for teaching kids to prepare foods for themselves.
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I began searching for gluten-free recipes when I discovered that gluten can cause joint pain and brown spots on teeth. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Yvonne C
I go gluten free as much as possible. This book has some creative recipes that are uncomplicated. I haven't actually prepared alot of them yet but I like having a book like this... Read morePublished on February 6, 2014 by Nan T.
I love the clear, simple recipes in this small recipe book that are perfect for everyday. I especially love the tomato soup recipe!Published on November 13, 2013 by D. Eaton
This book is excellent. It has ideas for lunches to carry both for adults and children.
Ideas for simple dinners and just everything. Read more
BECAUSE I AM GLUTEN INTOLERANT, IT IS NICE TO HAVE SUCH A COOK BOOK TO GET BOTH VARIETY AND KNOWING THAT IT IS A SAFE CHOICE FOR THOSE THAT NEED IT.Published on December 21, 2012 by A. Higgins