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micaldrew

Any Suggestions On Cookbooks?

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Hey all,

I am a cookbook junkie, but I have been largely disappointed with gluten-free cookbooks. I either experiment with my own gluten-free recipes or look at all the great gluten free blogs out there. I did learn a lot from Elizabeth Barbone's Easy Gluten Free Baking.

Natalie

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I didn't see the one I use listed here yet. It's GREAT for planning ENTIRE MEALS: It's organized by Breakfasts, Lunches, and Dinners. For example it has "Old Fashioned Country breakfast" where it shows how to make cranberry muffins, country eggs, baked maple apples, and a fruit shake.

There is "Tropical Luncheon" with Pineapple Chicken Salad, Orange Date Nut Bread, Spinach Blankets, Apricot drink, and Banana Sundaes. And Greek dinner with Lamb Kabob appetizer, Baked fish, Stewed potatoes, grecian beets, Grecian peasant salad, and grecian flat bread.

It's better than the "average" recipes that just substitute gluten-free flours, and it's HEALTHY.Wheat-free Gluten-free Reduced Calorie Cookbook by Connie Sarros

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