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What's to Eat? The Milk-Free, Egg-Free, Nut-Free Food Allergy Cookbook Paperback – December 11, 2000


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Product Details

  • Paperback: 200 pages
  • Publisher: Plumtree Pr (December 11, 2000)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0970278500
  • ISBN-13: 978-0970278500
  • Product Dimensions: 0.8 x 5.5 x 8.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (97 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #249,391 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"What's to Eat?" oozes with the author's pleasure in her kitchen. -- The Oregonian

A beautifully done cookbook with tasty recipes... a valuable resource for anyone with food allergies. -- Deborah Adams, BellaOnline.com, July 2004

Allergy-free cooking never tasted this good! -- Allergy and Asthma Today

Coss developed recipes that will work for the whole family. -- OC Family Magazine

If you or your child are exclusively allergic to milk, eggs, and/or nuts, this cookbook will be just right for your diet. -- Melissa Taylor, Food Allergy Survivors Together--F.A.S.T.

One of my biggest challenges is providing some variety for meals. Now we have choices which the entire family enjoys. -- Lauralyn Markle, MD

This "user friendly" book will be a good resource for you and your clients. -- Society of Certified Nutritionists

This book is fantastic! It's one of the best food allergy cookbooks I've seen. Everyone should have a copy. -- Chris Papkee, founder, PeanutAllergy.com

This new food allergy cookbook is a must for every kitchen. -- Practice Builders Newsletter, March 2001

From the Publisher

Are you frustrated and overwhelmed by the task of preparing meals that are free of milk products, eggs and nuts? Are you tired of feeling restricted by your (or your loved one’s) restricted diet?

You need "What’s to Eat?"! Plumtree Press is pleased to present this comprehensive cookbook that offers solutions to the cooking and menu-planning dilemmas faced by those who must follow a dairy-, egg- and nut-free diet.

"Milk-, egg- and nut-free recipes don’t have to be dull or strange," says author Linda Coss, and she proves it with this collection of recipes that are so tempting, you’ll forget they’re "allergy free." Here are irresistibly good recipes that can be enjoyed by everyone, whether they suffer from food allergies or not.

Customer Reviews

The chocolate chip cookie and chocolate frosting recipes are wonderful.
yogamom123
This cookbook provides REAL LIFE recipes that are easy to follow, and our entire family loves the new creations that are coming out of the kitchen.
Lele Freidson
The recipes are delicious and easy to prepare using "normal" ingredients that I can find at my supermarket.
Scott

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

73 of 74 people found the following review helpful By Pamela Ann Navid on May 29, 2004
Format: Paperback
My son will be 6 years old this summer. His severe milk/egg/nut allergies started when he was 4 mos old. Over the time I bought all of the available allergy cookbooks, and cooked some pretty strange things. I was desperate to make my son a birthday cake, and for years I had to excuse myself and give him either Jello (he hates) or try to make cakes from mixes and cakes made from other cookbooks. The results were always bad, and the look in my son's eyes made me cry. And then one day I found this book. I ordered it, but was not too excited, I did not expect too much. And then for his birthday I decided to make "Orange Chocolate Marble Layer Cake". The cake came out great, and when I was walking into the room full of guests with this beautiful cake with candles, my son was jumping high in the air and screaming: "Look this is my cake! This is MY birthday cake!" I was literally crying and thanking Linda for this wonderful moment. The cake tasted great, there was NONE left after the party! People with "normal" children were asking me for the recipe, could not believe that it was made with no eggs.
And from that moment I made almost all of the cakes, cookies, PANCAKES, CHOCOLATE MOUSSE and other dishes and all of them were a success in my house and with my guests. I bought extra copies of this cookbook and gave them as presents to my friends - that is what I think of this book. If you have a child with those allergies you simply must have it. And, finally, make him a real birthday cake!
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48 of 49 people found the following review helpful By "momof2allergickids" on May 29, 2001
Format: Paperback
I'm a mom of two kids with food allergies. Milk, Egg, and Nuts really only scratch the surface, but finding recipes for tasty meals without even these three is difficult. This cookbook has definently been worth the money I paid for it! There are some recipes that I won't be able to try due to the other allergies we are managing, but of the several that I have tried so far (and more planned!), ALL have been huge successes..including the two dishes I prepared for dinner tonight! Not only do the finished products taste, smell, and look wonderful, but most of the recipes require very little time in the kitchen. Since my children are both toddlers, this is a much welcomed bonus! My kids are the typical picky-eaters, as well, and they've begged for seconds and thirds of most everything I've cooked using this book. I find myself cooking out of this cookbook more and more. Every recipe I've tried has fueled my excitement about trying others found in this cookbook. I HIGHLY recommended this book for everyone, but especially those managing milk, egg, or nut allergies!
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45 of 46 people found the following review helpful By L. Smith on December 17, 2002
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My son (a 1 year old) was diagnosed with food allergies (Egg, Nut, Milk, Fish, ShellFish, Tree-Nut). This cookbook was then only one that I could find that addressed the harder of the three to avoid (milk, nut, and egg). With the help of this cookbook I can now prepare for my son most of his favorite foods! The pancake recipe was a indeed a lifesaver...I could not figure out how to prepare this much loved favorite without the egg and milk...this cookbook solved the problem and he LOVES them! The recipes are realistic and easy to follow. Highest Recommendations!
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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By "zanymama" on January 9, 2001
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This cookbook has literally simplified my life! My child has such severe food allergies that we cannot even keep any foods or ingredients in our house that have her allergens in them. This has made figuring out what to feed her, much less the rest of the family or guests, very challenging. We were eating the same boring plain foods over and over. Now that I've discovered Ms Coss' fabulous cookbook, I can easily prepare a variety of delicious foods that taste good and are safe for my daughter. I now do most of my cooking and baking from this one book! I have received great compliments on my cooking and no one has a clue they are for a "special" diet. I am so thankful to Ms. Coss for taking her experience and using it to help me and others with her wonderful recipes. I HIGHLY recommend this book for anyone who has to cope with food allergies, who is a vegetarian avoiding milk and eggs, or to anyone who just likes delicious food!
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36 of 38 people found the following review helpful By L. Schoneck on June 29, 2004
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Never in my life have I been so worried or desperate. My son has 8 food allergies!! The poor thing has been eating ONLY potato chips, turkey and Cheerios for the last year! Linda Coss's cookbook is amazing. She's done all the hard work, she's figured out all the substitutions, she's researched all the ingredients. I never knew my son could eat such a variety of food. The waffles are FABULOUS, the only difference is that I make them with rice milk. Now my son eats REAL breakfast food, has oatmeal cookies to share with his Dad and I have an overwhelming sense of relief. Linda Coss is a Mom of two boys with food allergies. She's been through everything all us rookies are going through now. You can tell each recipe was created and modified with love. :-)
I have looked at other "allergy" cookbooks, and none compare. Her recipes are so DELICIOUS and EASY.
Yes, THANK GOD for this cookbook. I feel as if our lives are somewhat normal now. Thank you Linda!
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer Nyiri on February 12, 2002
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If you or your child(ren) have food allergies, you MUST have this cookbook! When we realized my daughter (at the time, 13 months old) was allergic to dairy and eggs it was difficult to get used to the idea of having to cook without dairy products especially. Ms. Coss' book has many recipes that are delicious and healthy as well. My biggest concern was to be able to provide meals which were healthy and nutritionally sound and many of the recipes in this book are just that. My child, now 18 months old is growing beautifully being fed many meals via recipes from this cookbook. It is easy to follow, and once you do your preliminary "major grocery-shopping" trip to get a lot of the spices and basic ingredients, you can really make almost anything at any time. Cooking allergy free has actually become enjoyable for me as so many of the recipes from this book seem to have become classics in our house. Everyone loves them and it makes me feel good to be able to provide my child with foods from this book that bring us all a sense of normalcy.
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