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Blackbird Bakery Gluten-Free: 75 Recipes for Irresistible Gluten-Free Desserts and Pastries Hardcover – October 6, 2010
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About the Author
Karen Morgan is the "Big Bird" at Blackbird Bakery and the blogger behind http://blackbird-bakery.com/. She lives in Austin, Texas.
Knoxy is a food and lifestyle photographer based in Austin, Texas.
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Top customer reviews
I wanted to love this book- and I do in its concept. Just trust your gut when using the recipes- some chemistry elements from regular baking are the same, and you know when you have too much or too little of some element when that little twinge of uncertainty taps you on the shoulder. Hats off to the author for putting these all together, just don't expect to dive in an have everything come out perfect the first time without some experimenting.
I read all the review regarding this book. Yes, it will be beneficial if the weight measurement is included (which she did on her second book). My personal experience is that, not all the gluten free flour is created equal. For example, the Bob's Red Mill Tapioca flour has a very unpleasant smell. I had to throw it away as I cannot stand the smell and aftertaste of it. I then went on my quest at an Asian Market. There were different brand of Tapioca flour at the store. I bought three different brands. One was too grainy, one had the same strange smell, one was the keeping with very fine grain and virtually odorless. The price was good at Asian market with $1.19 a pound bag compare with Bob's that cost over $4 for 20oz. But I have to cautious people with severe gluten allergy about buying GF flour in Asian Market because the manufacturer is overseas and not sure about cross contaminations. My daughter has sensitivity to gluten but not allergy, so we are fine with buying supply from Asian Market.
The other thing that Miss Karen mentioned in her second book is that the glutinous rice flour could be or could be not the same as sweet rice flour. She recommended to stick with flour labeled as "glutinous" rice flour.
I hope more reader can have success with this book as it has changed many people's life in social gathering. My neighbor was diagnosed with Celiac about 30 years ago and he haven't had a banana bread that tasted like what he remembered until I made one for him from this book.