The list author says: "After learning that I have to stay away from gluten, casein (dairy), and soy, I've spent a bundle on products that will end up containing one of these culprits. "Tori" created a list, of which I used with much appreciation. This list is stuff I've bought myself and at the time was not only a good product, but gluten, casein and soy free. I'll add as new items found."
"Not all the recipes will knock your socks off, however there are a few that are quite tasty. The parmesan substitute and the cheez whiz substitute are worth eating for sure. Who would have ever thought white beans would be in a cheese makeover!"
"This was the first cookbook I bought when I thought it was only gluten bothering me. Has some excellent recipes with variations of each using different flours. And many recipes can be adapted by using a nut milk, making your own nut sour creme or cream cheese. This book is worth every penny when you are trying to eat right for your intolerances."
"This is more than a cookbook. It also has a section where there is a grid where the recipes are broken down into which intolerance is being addressed. Also notes many manufacturing websites and bloggers that she found helpful. Great resource!"