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Sophie-Safe Cooking: A Collection of Family Friendly Recipes that are Free of Milk, Eggs, Wheat, Soy, Peanuts, Tree Nuts, Fish and Shellfish Paperback – December 13, 2006
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One of the best food allergy cookbooks I have ever read. The recipes are creative, easy to make, and most importantly safe. My staff and I have tried them and can attest that they taste wonderful! A must have for mothers of food allergic children. -- Dr. Mark Ebadi, allergist
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So what's left? Admittedly, I am guessing that Emily's pantry is sparse, with large bags containing a handful of ingredients. Yet, what is in it gets some seriously creative mileage. I like that Emily uses only easy to find, everyday ingredients. Though natural foods and spices are her focus, trips to an expensive specialty grocer (i.e. Whole Foods) are completely unnecessary when following her recipes. Apple cider vinegar is about as exotic as it gets.
Sophie-Safe Cooking houses over 100 recipes very neatly laid out, one per page. Most of the recipes contain less than ten ingredients (always a top feature for me) and for the most part the directions are just a few straightforward sentences. Emily adds in helpful, but brief, notes with several of the recipes. Most of the recipes are Sophie-Safe versions of familiar family favorites, such as Granny's Meatloaf, Shepherd's Pie, and Chocolate Cupcakes (frosted of course!). While a few unique concepts caught my eye, like the Whipped Pinto Beans, Zucchini Brownies, and Taco Vinaigrette. My one and only complaint: the size is handy (6 x 9"), but it is difficult to reference while cooking without a stand to hold the book open.
It should be noted that many of the baked goods rely heavily on oat flour.Read more ›
So, the bottom line for me is that this is a good starting point for food allergic families who do NOT have oat issues. But, for true celiac children, or for oat allergic, this book is more or less useless.
For anyone with a food allergy (adult or child) this book will be your bible since it covers all the big allergens out there. I cannot recommend this book highly enough as I feel it has opened up so many windows for my daughter for foods that were previously banned from her diet (like brownies and cake that was not the weight of a brick).
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Great my daughter has multiple food allergies and these is great because these recipies are easy to modify for her needs.Published 14 months ago by Mandy
It was a good gift to give a gluten-free and dairy free person.Published 20 months ago by Angeline Kucera
Love this cookbook! Every recipe I have tried turns out tasting great. I needed a cookbook to start me out and give me ideas of how to change my own recipes, since learning my 1yo... Read morePublished on August 3, 2014 by Snowfox
This book is great for thumbing through when you are flat out on time. It's very casserole oriented and uses a grouping of ingredients that feels manageable - for example - oat... Read morePublished on June 8, 2014 by Kristina