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Looking For gluten-free/df/sf Cookbooks
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any ideas? ones you love?

thanks

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Does sf mean soy free or sugar free? There are people who do both on the site.

I really like a cookbook I have that is called The AiA Gluten & Dairy Free Cookbook compiled by Marilyn Le Breton.

It lists all the other allergens each recipes has and also has a list of substitutes you can use to alter the recipes to fit your needs. But ALL the recipes are gluten-free/df.

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I've enjoyed Gluten Free Gourmet by Bette Hagman.

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sorry guys sf means soy free

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sorry guys sf means soy free

That's what I thought. I need soy free, too. The cookbook I mentioned above is really good. It has a code for if the recipe is:

CF=Corn free

EF=Egg free

FF=Fruit free

SF=Soy free

SGF=Sugar free

TF=Tomato free

YF=Yeast free

So a recipe would read like this:

Peanut butter brownies

CF, FF, SF, TF, YF

Ingredients:

You get the picture...very easy to work with.

I haven't tried ALL the recipes yet, but my favorites are the Chapatis (like a thick flour tortilla, Yum!), and the pie crust recipe is to die for. It is better that gluten crust! It has over 400 recipes and lots of catagories, not just all baked goods or desserts. It was put out by the Allergy induced Autism group in the UK.

I got mine from amazon .com, but apparently you can only buy it now from independent sellers at Amazon. I like amazon .com because when you buy direct from them (as opposed to an independent sellers) you get free shipping when you spend over $25. That is about 2-3 cookbooks! You can view it here, it is number 9 down the list of gluten free cookbooks:

amazon .com list of gluten free cookbooks

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I've heard good reviews for "Garden of Eating". It's on the web if you search for it. I've got mine on order.

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That's what I thought. I need soy free, too. The cookbook I mentioned above is really good. It has a code for if the recipe is:

CF=Corn free

EF=Egg free

FF=Fruit free

SF=Soy free

SGF=Sugar free

TF=Tomato free

YF=Yeast free

So a recipe would read like this:

You get the picture...very easy to work with.

I haven't tried ALL the recipes yet, but my favorites are the Chapatis (like a thick flour tortilla, Yum!), and the pie crust recipe is to die for. It is better that gluten crust! It has over 400 recipes and lots of catagories, not just all baked goods or desserts. It was put out by the Allergy induced Autism group in the UK.

I got mine from amazon .com, but apparently you can only buy it now from independent sellers at Amazon. I like amazon .com because when you buy direct from them (as opposed to an independent sellers) you get free shipping when you spend over $25. That is about 2-3 cookbooks! You can view it here, it is number 9 down the list of gluten free cookbooks:

amazon .com list of gluten free cookbooks

thank you for the link..the book sounds great..running over there right now :D

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My favourite is Carol Fenster's "Cooking Free".

Yes, this is a great cookbook. I made the bagels a couple of weeks ago and they were great.

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