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What Else is to Eat? The Dairy-, Egg-, and Nut-Free Food Allergy Cookbook Paperback – September 1, 2008
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"What Else is to Eat?" contains recipes for foods that everyone can enjoy, whether they have food allergies or not. --Mahoning Valley Parent Magazine
The best part about this book is that there is an emphasis on fast and easy recipes that use easy-to-find ingredients. This book truly was designed for our busy lifestyles! --Eating with Food Allergies Newsletter
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As a busy single dad I don't have a lot of time to spend in the kitchen. These recipes are fast, easy, and delicious. A big thumbs up!
For my part, I tested and fell in love with the Pineapple Fried Rice (a brilliant blend of flavors), Kevin's Carrots (maple glazed, yum!), and the Dilled Pan-Roasted Carrots (can you tell I like carrots?). Time wise, I still haven't managed to make my way through the many recipes I want to make, such as the Wholesome Snack Muffins, Spaghetti and Meatball Soup, Hoisin Chicken, Everyday Barbecue Sauce, Molasses Chewies, and the Incredible Apricot Coffee Cake (with a name like that, how can I pass it up?). But, considering how easy her recipes are to throw together, I will likely find myself reaching for this cookbook to whip up one of the many dinner recipes when we are down to the basics in our cupboard and fridge.
Linda keeps it simple with recipes that use everyday pantry items and have relatively few ingredients. In fact, it is easy to picture her kitchen: your basic selection of easy to find dried herbs and spices; necessities such as white and wheat flour, brown and white sugars, cooking oil, dairy-free margarine, vinegar, rice, broth, canned fruits and vegetables, inexpensive dried fruits, and a small assortment of pasta shapes; and some "shortcut" condiments that you can find in nearly every grocery store, such as bottled garlic and ginger, ketchup, Worcestershire sauce, chili sauce, Dijon mustard, and perhaps a jar of sun-dried tomatoes packed in oil. Add some fresh fruits and vegetables to your cart, along with some chicken and beef, and you can make most of the recipes in this book while keeping well within (even below) budget!
As for the vitals, the cookbook is a handy size (roughly 8.5" x 5.Read more ›
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This cookbook was so helpful. Our family loves the recipes and I love that they are easy to follow! I was at such a loss as how to cook for our food allergic children. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Jennifer Fennell
A lifesaver for a grandma with two allergy prone toddlers. Thank you to Linda Coss for her determined persistence, and love, in putting this cookbook together!Published 18 months ago by Salmon Patty
this is not for me gave away ... i am very picky in my recipes ...and now since have gone rawPublished on November 20, 2013 by Pamela Lyon
The recipes are tasty and fairly easy. My only complaint is that some of the ingredients are hard to find, like dairy-free beef broth. Some recipes require a lot of preparation. Read morePublished on March 24, 2013 by Marlene Hendricks
I have a grandson who has multiple food allergies, so it's a challenge for his mom to find healthy foods he can have. Read morePublished on December 27, 2012 by J Johnston
When I found out that our 1 year old had the "allergy trio," I was completely overwhelmed. Our family practically lived off dairy, nuts and eggs! Read morePublished on September 5, 2012 by Kelly K.