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might be wheat free/gluten free but not a health food recipe book
on March 21, 2012
Uses many pre-made products. Liberal use of vegetable oils. Calls for ingredients that one would not typically consider healthy, such as food dyes ... !!! boxed gelatin, plenty of sugar, etc. typical of many gluten free books they don't try to avoid grains or find other things to eat but rather they make I did find a few recipes to use. The author uses of a "flour" mix to use to make substitute products. The flour mixes (and I am not giving the measurements so as not to give away the author's secrets) includes ingredients such as liberal use of various starches, tapioca flour, garbanzo bean flour, cornstarch, coconut flour, xanthan gum, etc. I share this so that those who don't eat coconut, tapioca and garbanzo flours due to thyroid issues or corn/xanthan gum due to corn allergies will know that this might not be for them. There are many other recipes than grain products that sound good.