- Hardcover: 336 pages
- Publisher: Ten Speed Press; 1 edition (December 4, 2018)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1607749440
- ISBN-13: 978-1607749448
- Product Dimensions: 8 x 1.1 x 10 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 380 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,519 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Danielle Walker's Eat What You Love: Everyday Comfort Food You Crave; Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, and Paleo Recipes Hardcover – December 4, 2018
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“Danielle Walker is the realest mom on the real-food scene, helping you feel like a kitchen superstar while cooking healthy food for your family. Eat What You Love effortlessly combines delicious flavors with simple ingredients that are designed to work with any dietary restriction. The perfect combination of nutritious meals and tasty treats will make even everyday occasions feel special.”
—Melissa Hartwig, co-founder of Whole30 and New York Times best-selling author
"Danielle Walker offers a new classic filled with expert tips and recipes that achieve glory while being entirely grain-free and Paleo...nothing feels like it's missing from these tried-and-true recipes."
"Danielle Walker['s] new collection of special occasion recipes is a treasure trove for anyone who enjoys beautiful food."
"You should never feel deprived or feel like you eat in a box, especially when you’re feeding your body. Eat What You Love is a gift to anyone with food allergies or trying to live a grain-free lifestyle. Danielle’s mouthwatering recipes show that you and your family can still enjoy all your favorite comfort foods--you don’t have to just dream about them . . .you can still make and eat them too!"
—Catherine McCord, founder of Weelicious and One Potato
"Dishes are enticing, healthy, and indulgent...but the true standout recipes of the collection are her quick and simple meals. With minimal prep and clean up, these are ideal dishes to prepare on busy weeknights. Useful chapters on make-ahead meals and desserts round out this excellent collection. For those on restrictive diets, this stellar collection will not disappoint."
"Perfect as a holiday gift that will help with the ever-popular January reset."
"In her new book, Eat What You Love: Everyday Comfort Food You Crave it’s all about comfort. Her recipes are loved by the gluten-free, dairy-free, and paleo crowds, and this book will surely be no exception."
About the Author
Danielle Walker is the author of three New York Times bestselling cookbooks, Against All Grain, Meals Made Simple, and Celebrations! She is also the voice behind the most popular grain-free website on the Internet, AgainstAllGrain.com. She is a self-trained chef whose innovative and accessible grain-free recipes appeal to a range of appetites. Her recipes are not only healthy and delicious, but also can be credited with saving her life after she received a diagnosis of a serious autoimmune disease. She lives with her husband and three children in the San Francisco Bay Area.
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But my biggest issue with this cookbook is that it isn't exactly a dairy free cookbook. First of all, she uses ghee in many recipes. Although she has a chart of ingredient replacements in the front, the whole purpose of getting a dairy free cookbook was to find recipes that I didn't have to figure out ingredient replacements for a recipe. And I actually found it kind of obnoxious when, on the recipe for cheese crackers, she writes, "Because this book is dairy-free, I went rogue with this recipe and included real Cheddar and Parmesan for that truly cheesy flavor." The point of a dairy free cookbook is to find fun and tasty recipes for my children that don't include foods that have dairy in it, and "going rogue" is not helpful or useful. It should be made clear that recipes include dairy and you need to figure out substitutions.
We will try many of these recipes and I'm sure they will be tasty, but not at all what I was hoping for.
On a side note, I used to think buying cookbooks was silly since there are so many free recipes available online. However, after being diagnosed with an autoimmune disease and converting my eating style to grain free and dairy free, cooking has become much more complicated. It’s so much easier having all your favorite recipes compiled in one place and not having to search for them online each time. Also, Danielle Walker’s cookbooks are GORGEOUS! There are mouth watering photographs of EACH recipe—it’s truly a joy to thumb through. I highly, highly recommend this cookbook!
My families favorites that we tried were the Snickerdoodles, Nut Free Sandwich Bread, Chicken Nuggets, and the Cowboy Cookies...and I can't forget the Apple Crisp...SO good! The recipes do use cashew flour and garbanzo bean flour at times and that wasn't something I stocked in my pantry, so a special trip to the store was needed, so always check your recipe ahead of time to make sure you aren't missing some of the more speciality ingredients and you will be golden!