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The Essential Gluten-Free Baking Guide Part 1 Paperback – March 1, 2012
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There are individual chapters on: ALMOND Flour; QUINOA; AMARANTH; GARBANZO BEAN, COCONUT and MILLET Flours.
These chapters are full of helpful hints and tips on the individual flour as well as mini interviews with some of today's best known alternative cooks. In fact, there's a tip on treating QUINOA that is worth its weight in gold. The chapter on Almond Flour interviews Elana Amsterdam from Elana's Pantry, the author of 2 books on the subject.
The chapters go on to give you sample recipes. In the Almond Flour chapter that includes:
Italian Style Flatbread
Blackberry & Lime Cobbler
Fig Newton-style Cookies
Chocolate Mint Graham Crackers
Molasses Spice Cookies (yum, I made these)
Ice Box Peanut Butter Swirl Brownies
Coconut & Lime Pound Cake
The ingredients and instructions are ON THE SAME PAGE. I hate cookbooks that break them up.Read more ›
I must start my review with a discussion about the kindle version because I feel this is such an important part of someone's purchase experience and subsequent enjoyment.
If you want to skip to my discussion about the book's contents please scroll down.
Authors need to be more aware of the ramifications of their choices in relation to providing e-versions of their books because if I have the choice between a good ipad app and a kindle ebook, I will choose the ipad app every time. The use of a cookbook these days is about an "experience": my reading experience, my cooking experience, my enjoyment experience...
I was pleasantly surprised as this Kindle cookbook goes a little way to making the reader's experience richer and more rewarding. However I would highly recommend that the author's pursue the idea of turning their book into an ipad app. As a keen home cook, the functionality afforded by ipad apps makes the entire experience pleasant and useful!
In the Kindle version of this book, unfortunately the ingredients are listed in a pale blue graphic box with white text which is very difficult to read. The poor colour contrast would make it virtually impossible for someone with vision difficulties and I have 20/20 vision.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
good for learning about alternative flours and recipes that go with them.Published 19 months ago by D. J. Edwards
Excellent book. A life saver for those new to gluten free eating. Thank you for your years of research and trial and error. Read morePublished on March 22, 2014 by Diana Lynn Gray
My primary goal is to develop a recipe for excellent every-day bread. Part 1 has many yeast bread recipes, including an interesting one for egg Challah. Read morePublished on February 18, 2014 by MegFK
Giving this 4 stars instead of 5 as I was hoping for more tips in using coconut flour and found it to be lacking in that area. Read morePublished on January 10, 2014 by Amazon Customer
Loved this book. The tips allowed me to make my favorite recipes without the allergen foods I can no longer have. Read morePublished on December 27, 2013 by Lori
This is a gift for my sister who is gluten and dairy free. She loves the author's recipes, however the pages inside are simply black and white and feel like cheap printing. Read morePublished on December 21, 2013 by Audriana
I'm about to go on and on about this book because I am a person who:
(1) does not feel comfortable in the kitchen
(2) is still struggling after four years being... Read more