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Product Details

  • Paperback: 164 pages
  • Publisher: Plumtree Press (September 1, 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0970278527
  • ISBN-13: 978-0970278524
  • Product Dimensions: 8.1 x 8.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #209,279 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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If you are allergic to dairy, eggs and nuts, you might well ask, So what can I eat? Linda Marienhoff Coss provides answers to your dietary dilemma in this useful addition to your kitchen bookshelf. Easy-to-follow directions for soups, salads, entrees, vegetables, desserts and breakfast foods abound in this straightforward book. --Living Without Magazine<br /><br />The best part about this book is that there is an emphasis on fast and easy recipes that use easy-to-find ingredients. This book truly was designed for our busy lifestyles! --Eating with Food Allergies Newsletter<br /><br />This book offers more of the accessible recipes that made its predecessor (What's to Eat?) so popular. More than half of the book is dedicated to non-dessert items. Sections covering meats, side dishes and sweets offer family-friendly choices for those who must avoid dairy, egg and nuts. --Allergic Living Magazine

"What Else is to Eat?" contains recipes for foods that everyone can enjoy, whether they have food allergies or not. --Mahoning Valley Parent Magazine

The best part about this book is that there is an emphasis on fast and easy recipes that use easy-to-find ingredients. This book truly was designed for our busy lifestyles! --Eating with Food Allergies Newsletter

About the Author

About Linda Coss
When Linda Coss' oldest son (now a college student) was first diagnosed with life-threatening food allergies, this was an extremely uncommon and almost unknown condition. Few resources were available, the internet did not really exist, manufacturers were not required to list all ingredients on food packages, and schools had no experience accommodating these children s special needs. It was her experiences in learning to care for and cook for her son that motivated Ms. Coss to take action to help others.
Since then Linda Coss has written and self-published three books for the food allergy market, and is the founder and leader emeritus of a local food allergy support group (she handed over leadership after 13 years at the helm). Linda also gives presentations to both parents and medical professionals about food allergies and the issues involved in raising severely food-allergic children.

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These recipes are fast, easy, and delicious.
Scott Greenberg
We love the blueberry muffins and the beef and sugar snap pea stirfry, and yesterday we made the cinnamon rolls...amazing!
Kelly K.
I highly recommend this cookbook for anyone with food allergies or who is cooking for someone with food allergies.
J. McGinn

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Scott Greenberg on September 9, 2008
Format: Paperback
As a neighbor of Linda Coss I had the good fortune of being both a "recipe taster" and "recipe tester" for this book. Although no one in my household has food allergies, I can honestly say that I LOVE this cookbook! Some of my favorites include the Orange County Salmon Salad (better than a restaurant salad), Hoisin Chicken, and Family-Style Slow Cooker Chicken. My 10-year-old son regularly asks me to make Jason's 4-Star Brisket and the Sloppy Joe Wraps (a really great choice for after soccer or baseball practice, when we're both starving and I have no time to cook). Of course, we enjoy all of the baked goods, too (although I'm not a baker myself).

As a busy single dad I don't have a lot of time to spend in the kitchen. These recipes are fast, easy, and delicious. A big thumbs up!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Kristin M. Johnston on September 19, 2008
Format: Paperback
This book takes "fast & easy meals" to a whole new level-- I can't believe such delicious dishes can be made so easily, and with every-day ingredients! This cookbook offers essential cooking and baking tips, outlines simple ways to jazz up familiar meals, and inspires savory, allergy-friendly dishes that everyone will love. Whether you are planning a dinner party, hosting a barbecue, or feeding picky kiddos, this book's for you--it's got something for everyone!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By C. Balck on October 18, 2008
Format: Paperback
I've had this book for about 2 months now and I've got to say it's the best food allergy cookbook in my collection. I like it even better than Linda's first book, which I've always viewed as my "food allergy cooking bible." Every recipe I've tried has been a big hit with the entire household. I especially appreciate how ridiculously quick and easy the dinner recipes are. I work full time and don't have a lot of time to spend in the kitchen. "Four Ingredient Chicken," "California Flank Steak" (preparation time: 5 minutes), "Seven Minute Soup" -- now this is the way I like to cook! If you're trying to make delicious dairy-, egg-, and nut-free meals that the whole family will enjoy, but you can't spend all day cooking (or all week running all over town looking for oddball ingredients), you've got to get this book.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J. McGinn on February 23, 2009
Format: Paperback
My son has allergies to rice, dairy/milk, soy, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, seeds, and shellfish. It is very challenging to cook for him and our family. I have tried many cookbooks that claim to be food allergy friendly and have been very disappointed. Many of them will claim to be a dairy-free, egg-free cookbook. But the recipes still call for milk and eggs and there is a note at the bottom that says to omit these if there is an allergy. What kind of solution is that? Linda's two cookbooks are WONDERFUL. The recipes are simple and straightforward to follow. And they are truly egg-free, dairy-free and nut-free. And the end product is delicious. It is truly a cookbook I can use to cook for our whole family. I have primarily used the recipes for baked good such as muffins, breads, cookies, bars, cakes, and frosting and have been pleased with everything so far. I highly recommend this cookbook for anyone with food allergies or who is cooking for someone with food allergies. It has been a lifesaver for me. My son's favorite breakfast food is the pumpkin bread that was included in the first cookbook. I always have a supply of it in the freezer! Thanks Linda!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Midwest Book Review on December 7, 2008
Format: Paperback
When one has allergies, one faces a different sort of challenge when facing something as common as dinner. "What Else to Eat?: The Dairy-, Egg-, and Nut-Free Food Allergy Cookbook" is a cookbook aimed at those who face dairy, egg, and nut allergies. With recipes on everything from soups and pasta, to Fish, Beef, and Chicken, to sweet treats like cookies and cake, "What Else to Eat?" is a must for allergic chefs or chefs who cook for allergic audiences, recommended.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Alisa Marie Fleming on November 15, 2008
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I had the honor to be a recipe tester for this book, so I got a sneak preview of some of the recipes ... and I liked what I tasted!

For my part, I tested and fell in love with the Pineapple Fried Rice (a brilliant blend of flavors), Kevin's Carrots (maple glazed, yum!), and the Dilled Pan-Roasted Carrots (can you tell I like carrots?). Time wise, I still haven't managed to make my way through the many recipes I want to make, such as the Wholesome Snack Muffins, Spaghetti and Meatball Soup, Hoisin Chicken, Everyday Barbecue Sauce, Molasses Chewies, and the Incredible Apricot Coffee Cake (with a name like that, how can I pass it up?). But, considering how easy her recipes are to throw together, I will likely find myself reaching for this cookbook to whip up one of the many dinner recipes when we are down to the basics in our cupboard and fridge.

Linda keeps it simple with recipes that use everyday pantry items and have relatively few ingredients. In fact, it is easy to picture her kitchen: your basic selection of easy to find dried herbs and spices; necessities such as white and wheat flour, brown and white sugars, cooking oil, dairy-free margarine, vinegar, rice, broth, canned fruits and vegetables, inexpensive dried fruits, and a small assortment of pasta shapes; and some "shortcut" condiments that you can find in nearly every grocery store, such as bottled garlic and ginger, ketchup, Worcestershire sauce, chili sauce, Dijon mustard, and perhaps a jar of sun-dried tomatoes packed in oil. Add some fresh fruits and vegetables to your cart, along with some chicken and beef, and you can make most of the recipes in this book while keeping well within (even below) budget!

As for the vitals, the cookbook is a handy size (roughly 8.5" x 5.
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