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Gluten-Free Passover Cookbook

I just discovered a gluten free Kosher (for Passover) Cookbook that is primarily based for those who follow Ashkenazi traditions.  It has over 90 gluten-free passover recipes and is the first recipe book that I have found to be kosher as well as gluten-free.  The content of this book ranges from appetizers to main dishes, including vegetarian meals.  I really liked that most of the recipes have a "variation" at the end of the section which allows you to change the recipe based on dietary requirements and taste preference.  It could only be improved by adding "gluten-free" to certain ingredients that are used in some of the recipes.

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Gluten-Free Passover Cookbook

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