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Welcoming Kitchen: 200 Delicious Allergen- & Gluten-Free Vegan Recipes Hardcover – June 14, 2011


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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 256 pages
  • Publisher: Sterling; First Edition edition (June 14, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1402771851
  • ISBN-13: 978-1402771859
  • Product Dimensions: 6.3 x 8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #534,572 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

KIM LUTZ and MEGAN HART, MS, RD are authors of The Everything Organic Cooking for Baby & Toddler Book and The Everything Guide to Cooking for Children with Autism. Kim and Megan both live in CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. Learn more about them at their website, welcomingkitchen.com.  

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The recipes in here are easy to follow and have all turned out great!
Elizabeth Uligian
I got this cookbook and have made several of the recipes and she loves one more than the next.
knitsensei
As soon as I received the book in the mail, I went to work in my own welcoming kitchen!
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78 of 78 people found the following review helpful By Glorified Rice on January 3, 2012
Format: Hardcover
Number of recipes: 200
Paper type/quality: Dust jacket is thick paper with a plastic undercoating
Recycled good quality medium weight paper with a smooth finish (not glossy)
splatters and drips wipe off easily
Food photography: none

General layout and design/ease of use: Layout is nice to look at with a sepia toned print with sort of a country blue accent. Illustrations are limited to section dividers and front covers.
-Substitutions advice and pantry suggestions are included
-Sample menus are included
-Resources are included
-Metric equivalent charts are included
The book layout is straightforward with sections and subsections. The index is complete and is organized alphabetically by both recipe name and ingredient.
-Book does not lay flat and stay open without assistance

Author's style: Recipes are detailed and most include exact times for cooking (ex. Add carrot and saute for 2 minutes more), rather than general estimations. The recipes are easy to read and understand.

Allergen/Special diet Notes: Free of top 8 allergens. No sesame. All recipes are vegan and gluten free. Coconut is used but can easily be omitted or substituted. Oats are used, but substitutions are suggested for those who can't tolerate them.

Nutritional Notes: Most recipes call for common, easy to locate ingredients. Kasha is an ingredient in a few recipes and I haven't been able to find it in my area, but it can be ordered online. Agave nectar is included as a sweetener in some of the recipes, but mostly smaller amounts are called for. Granulated sugar is an ingredient in some recipes.
Overall the author strives to keep these recipes healthy while still tasting good.
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Laura S. on July 15, 2011
Format: Hardcover
I have tried many of the delicious recipes in the Welcoming Kitchen cookbook, but my latest experience is a must-share moment! As I am preparing for the 3-party, 2nd birthday celebrations for my twin daughters, I thought I'd make one of the cake recipes from a box mix from the store, as I thought it would be easier. Besides it not being any easier, it was flavorless, and had no substance. If I am going to eat cake, I want it to have chocolate flavor and a bit of a chew to it. Box mix was like eating flavorless sponge. The chocolate birthday cake recipe from Welcoming Kitchen is by far the best chocolate cake I have eaten. It is not only easy to make, but it is crazy delicious. The chocolate flavor is in every bite and it is a denser cake which leaves a person feeling satisfied with their sweet treat. The vanilla cake is also amazing. I made an extra large cake for the big family party for the girls and swirled the two together for a marble cake.

One other major bonus to using the Welcoming Kitchen recipes... my nearly 5 year old son likes to help in the baking (really he just likes to be around to lick the spoon) and he was unable to get in any licks with the box mix due to the raw eggs. With the Welcoming Kitchen recipes, that is never an issue and I get a little extra quality time with my son because he likes to help me bake/lick the spoon.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By ilene on June 24, 2011
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This book has easy to follow, delicious recipes for my family - not vegan - as well as for my guests. I had a dinner party with a friend who has food allergies, dairy, nuts, soy and wheat. I made the olivata, and dill dip for appetizer, the chili for the entree and the chocolate cake for dessert. My entire party loved the dinner and asked for the recipes. They all are buying the book.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By TLopez on March 22, 2013
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I am very disappointed with this book, especially after seeing all the high ratings. This isn't the first time that this has happened on Amazon, a product/book with really high ratings and then the product turns out to be disappointing in the end.

Here's what I didn't like:

1) Recipes are very basic and lacking in flavor. I made the Quinoa and Beans recipe last night and it was awful, no flavor, just plain gross. I have also tried the Gnocchi recipe and it was equally terrible. The corn muffins, also not palatable. Now I'm sure by now you may be thinking that I might not be able to cook, but I while I am not a certified chef, I have been cooking great food for my family for over 20 years.

2) There are no pictures in the cookbook.

3) Many of the recipes are very basic, and can barely even qualify as a "recipe", a lot of page-filler material if you ask me. Examples: Old Fashioned Mashed Potatoes which consists of potatoes, rice milk, salt, and olive oil. Oven-Baked Wedge Fries, which consist of potatoes, olive oil, and salt. And the list of ridiculously simple so-called recipes goes on.

4) Most of the recipes seriously lack creativity, I feel like the book was put together to make money and lacks the spirit of a truly passionate cook.

A better cookbook that I would recommend: Great Gluten-Free Vegan Eats: Cut Out the Gluten and Enjoy an Even Healthier Vegan Diet with Recipes for Fabulous, Allergy-Free Fare. Every single recipe that I have tried in that book is DELICIOUS, and I've tried 12 so far.
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