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Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living Paperback – November 10, 2008
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"This book in conjunction with godairyfree.org, have been invaluable to my practice in offering solutions for my dairy-sensitive clients. The research is thorough, the explanations comprehensive and the recipes are whole, simple and delicious." -- Meghan Telpner, Certified Nutritionist
"Go Dairy Free is encouraging, entertaining and informative, without being overwhelming. It is a must for those living a dairy-free life." -- Sarah Hatfield of No Whey, Mama
"Wow! Alisa Fleming has created an accessible yet encyclopedic guide to dairy-free living that makes giving up dairy a very doable proposition." -- Linda Coss, Food Allergy Author
"Go Dairy Free is the ultimate resource for safely satisfying those never-ending dairy cravings. It will quickly become your favorite milk-free guide, as it has mine!." -- Kosher Chef Levana Kirschenbaum--Reviewers
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Are you new to dairy free living? Are you desperate for odd versions of the foods you've been forced to leave behind? Then this might be the book for you. But if you, like me, have been dairy free a while and are looking for new recipes that are healthy, easy, and don't involve dairy I wouldn't recommend this book. Also just for reference, about the first third of the book is the "guide" and research portion presented by the author, with a sizeable chunk of references in the back. There are no pictures in this book except the one on the cover, so it feels a little cluttered and word-heavy. Again, I am not saying this book isn't going to be helpful for some people, but it was not helpful for my situation.
But what I love most about Go Dairy Free is the vast amount of research and knowledge that was put into it to make it my go-to resource in the kitchen. It’s broken into easy-to-navigate sections, including a comprehensive breakdown of dairy allergies and lactose intolerance. Other sections I find helpful have been Eating Away From Home and a guide to Dairy Substitutes.
Definitely a must-have for dairy-free and health-conscious eaters!
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If you're looking for something that can guide you in the beginning as you adjust your diet, this is great. However, I purchased this thinking it would be more of a recipe book than a 'text book' style introduction. The recipes have no pictures and are written in american measurements. It also tends to focus on using dairy replacements in meals, rather than including recipes that simply don't include dairy to begin with.
If you are new to dairy free then this may be exactly what you're looking for, but my search for a great dairy free recipe book continues.
Second section is wide range of recipes from creating your own alternatives to dairy products to meals and cakes etc without usual dairy ingredients. I have tried soya cheese and really dislike it, so the wide range of dairy free "cheeses" appeal to me greatly. I am impressed with the range of recipes and the ingredients are not usually hard to obtain for them. In particular, there is an interesting looking "cheese" sauce recipe which I shall be trying once my secret ingredient (ok, it's just nutritional yeast) arrives in the post. There is also an index that cross references each recipe to various allergies, eg if egg or nut free, which is useful.
As another review pointed out, the book is aimed at the American market. For example particular dairy free brands available in America are recommended but with google UK alternatives can easily be found. However, as there is no such book for the UK market this is certainly not a problem for me. This book is definitely my dairy free bible!