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You Won't Believe It's Gluten-Free!: 500 Delicious, Foolproof Recipes for Healthy Living Paperback – June 24, 2008
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“The gluten-free community will be thrilled to have this massive resource of ideas for making their meals more enjoyable.”
Kliatt, November 2008
“This is a must-have resource for anyone with gluten-intolerance.”
Living Without, 1/09
“Introducing an innovative approach to special diet cooking. You won’t believe how good gluten free can be!”
Top Customer Reviews
Sadly, I think the fact the author doesn't HAVE to eat gluten free herself comes out loud and clear. Frankly, I've had such bad luck I'm even reluctant to bother dropping this book off at the used bookstore - if someone really needs to learn how to cook gluten free, this would be a terrible way to start.
I'm surprised at all the good reviews this book has gotten, as I've heard through the gluten-free community that I'm in no way the first or only one left with a bad taste in my mouth over the recipes. I'm glad others have found success - but I'll never be able to recommend this book to anyone. It's harsh to say - but the only reason I give this cookbook even ONE star is because it isn't possible to give it none.
Try the cinnamon rolls, coffee cake, rolls, biscuits (my favorite!!), muffins, soups.. just try them all! It's exciting to see that you can make nearly anything, using one flour that matches your dietary needs (I'm addicted to potato starch now) and have fun with it!
Not as thorough as Bette Hagman's series, but for a busy family person who is looking to mimmick gluten-filled foods, this is the PERFECT book for you!
The hamburger rolls turned out great, too. One batch made 8 rolls, (using cornmeal and cornstarch.) That recipe alone will save us a small fortune, as I have been buying the pricey frozen ones at the health food store.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
love the variety of recipes in here. I love how it has one recipe but done several different ways. for example corn white flour brown flour, potato startch. Read morePublished 2 months ago by momma
Not my favorite GF cookbook, but a good one for sure. Ryberg has years of experience, and if you are a new to GF this is a good primer to help you figure it all out, with tasty,... Read morePublished 8 months ago by SarahPH
Cookbook is ok, but I didn't care for many of the recipes, I think someone who is really into Gluten Free.Published 8 months ago by Jessie Ann
I like the way this book reads, however, sadly, the food just really doesn't taste good. Some was edible but I threw away a lot. I do not use this recipe book anymore.Published 12 months ago by Mary Harrison
Great for friend whose life style is now gluten free foods. Thank you!Published 13 months ago by LaVerne