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Cook IT Allergy Free iPhone, iPad and iTouch Application for Your Gluten-Free Recipes


Cook IT Allergy Free Application

If you are allergic to gluten, dairy, eggs, or nuts, Cook IT Allergy Free is the iPhone application for you.  It currently has over 200 step by step easy to follow gluten-free recipes that clearly mark other allergens in red.  Any ingredient that is listed in red can easily be swapped out with a correctly calculated allergen safe substitution meant to work for that particular recipe.  With a quick tap, I was able to customize a recipe and could share it with others and save it to my “recipe box”.  I was also able to add my own notes to each recipe. 

Shopping for products is also simplified with the “grocery list”.  All I had to do was save my recipes to my grocery list and “ta-da” all the ingredients I need for each recipe is listed.  This also includes any substitutions that I made for any other allergens, not to mention that I can also add household items to my shopping list as well.  The grocery list can be sorted by aisle or by recipe.  Cook IT Allergy Free is the essential tool for anyone dealing with food allergies.  They were also recently listed in the “What’s Hot” section of the iTunes App Store.

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