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Without Grain: 100 Delicious Recipes for Eating a Grain-Free, Gluten-Free, Wheat-Free Diet Paperback – September 1, 2015
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"If you've been left wondering what to eat now that you're on a grain-free or gluten-free diet, wonder no more! Hayley has you covered with her creative, mouthwatering recipes for everything from weeknight meals to dishes that are sure to impress guests. No one will know they're eating grain-free, they'll just know the food is delicious!" - Diane Sanfilippo, New York Times bestselling author of Practical Paleo and The 21-Day Sugar Detox
"This is the book to get if you are missing some of your old favorite recipes, or want to enjoy healthier versions of popular treats ('Hello, grain-free mozzarella sticks!') Beyond the wonderful array of recipes Hayley has included, she also presents a pragmatic toolkit to any reader wishing to adopt grain-free fare on a regular basis. With resources such as ingredient substitutions, tips for dining out, and answers to the why's and what's of grain-free eating, Without Grain aims to become a mainstay on your kitchen counter." - Hayley and Bill Staley, best-selling authors and founders of Primal Palate
"One of the foundational understandings of Functional Medicine is the recognition that everything we eat will either fight disease or feed it. Without Grain is filled with delicious food medicine. Hayley busts the myth that you have to choose between great food and health. If you are struggling with chronic health problems or just want to eat a clean, anti-inflammatory diet, this book is an essential guide." - Dr. Will Cole, D.C., functional medicine practitioner
"Without Grain is proof that eating a grain-free diet doesn't have to feel limiting. With her expertise, Hayley has found a way to not only recreate comfort food favorites so that they are grain-free, but to make them even better than their original versions. Without Grain is an excellent resource that you won't want to be without in the kitchen." - Ashley Singh Thomas, Founder of My Heart Beets
About the Author
Hayley Barisa Ryczek is the voice behind the popular healthy cooking and natural lifestyle blog, Health Starts in the Kitchen and the author of Without Grain, a cookbook featuring 100 delicious recipes for eating a grain-free, gluten-free, wheat-free diet.
Hayley aims to make the world a healthy place, one kitchen at a time, with her gluten-free, real-food recipes. She is known for converting everyone’s favorite foods to healthier versions, proving that eating healthfully doesn’t have to be depriving.
Most often you will find Hayley in her kitchen because she has an insatiable passion for food and cooking. She resides with her husband and two dogs on a six-acre homestead in rural, southwestern Pennsylvania. Together, they have a beautiful organic garden, raise chickens and turkeys, forage for wild edibles, and enjoy Sunday evening rides in the scenic Laurel Mountains.
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Update 3/19/16: I lied. I still haven't made the Pumpkin roll. I really want to, though. I've made the sausage gravy at least 3 times. My husband finally got to taste some last time I made it and loved it. I just made the General Tsos Chicken and it was fantastic! I've never fried anything before (I usually delegate to someone less afraid of hot oil), but it was so easy and delicious that I may be able to fry my own donuts. I'm pretty sure there is a recipe for those, too (I don't have it in front of me.)
Oh, one thing to mention. I've made the noodles twice (well, me once and my husband once) and they didn't turn out as expected following the ingredient amounts. I believe we each had to add more flour to get the right consistency. I will point out that I'm using Bob's Red Mill or Kroger almond flour and that I'm pretty confident that that is the issue. If you aren't very good at adapting recipes to make them work with your inferior ingredients, then make sure you buy the recommended ingredients!