"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 ones) restricted diet?
You need "Whats 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 dont have to be dull or strange," says author Linda Coss, and she proves it with this collection of recipes that are so tempting, youll forget theyre "allergy free." Here are irresistibly good recipes that can be enjoyed by everyone, whether they suffer from food allergies or not.