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Tamari is soy,
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This review is from: The Soy-Free Vegan: Gluten-Free Sugar-Free Cuisine (Paperback)
As other reviewers have stated, how can a soy-free cookbook include so many recipes with tamari (wheat free soy sauce???) I suppose one can try to substitute coconut aminos and add salt, but I haven't yet ventured into any of those recipes yet. Otherwise, it has a few recipes for cashew sour cream and the like that have potential.
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Initial post: Aug 17, 2014 7:04:01 PM PDT
Rachelle Street says:
Hi! I am a mostly-vegan (sometimes eater of cheese and fish) individual who also does not eat gluten or soy and I try to avoid sugar as much as possible. After years of not being able to find a gluten-free cookbook that didn't rely entirely on meat, dairy, or soy, I decided to write my own. So far it's gotten favorable reviews and I think it's filling a needed gap in the cookbook world. It's called The Clean Cook. It uses mostly non-processed foods and the nutritional information is included. Thank you!
The Clean Cook: The Virgin Diet for Vegans, Vegetarians, and Pescetarians: 100 Delicious Allergen Free (Soy-Free, Corn-Free, Egg-Free, Dairy-Free, Sugar-Free, Peanut-Free, and Gluten-Free) Recipes
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