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Wednesday, November 24, 2010
Book Review Wednesday: Free for All Cooking
Although I haven't seen this cookbook in person yet, I am a fan of the Jules Gluten Free website so I am sure the cookbook is good. Here is some more information about Jules's new book...

Free for All Cooking: 150 Easy Gluten-Free, Allergy-Friendly
Recipes the Whole Family Can Enjoy

by Jules E. Dowler Shepard

Many people following a gluten-free diet also have other food sensitivities to contend with, whether their own or a family member’s. It’s hard enough getting one meal on the table for a busy family, let alone when one person has celiac disease, another is lactose-intolerant, and your child is allergic to peanuts. How can you satisfy everyone’s needs without making three different dinners?

Free for All Cooking is the answer. In this versatile cookbook, gluten-free cooking expert Jules Shepard offers uncompromisingly delicious gluten-free recipes that can also be made free of many major allergen ingredients—dairy, nuts, soy, eggs and more—to fit your unique dietary requirements. Jules’ comprehensive ingredient guide allows you to substitute with ease as you make:

- Crusty French Baguette
- Easy Homemade Ravioli
- Southern Biscuits
- Crab Cakes or Veggie "Crab" Cakes
- Authentic Pizza
- Granola Bars
- Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies
- Dairy-Free Cheesecake

Now you can enjoy all the recipes you love, while avoiding the foods that don’t love you back. From breakfast to dessert, Free for All Cooking will have everyone in your family eating safely—and eating well.

Author bio:
Jules E. Dowler Shepard is the author of The First Year: Celiac Disease and Living Gluten-Free, a reference guide for newly diagnosed celiacs, and the popular cookbook Nearly Normal Cooking for Gluten-Free Eating. She teaches gluten-free cooking classes around the country and consults and speaks at baking industry gatherings. She lives near Baltimore.

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