The Celiac Cookbook: Wonderful Wheat-Free Recipes for the Whole Family!

Blue Star Books is pleased to announce the release of The Celiac Cookbook!

Satisfy your whole family with delicious and nutritious gluten-free recipes they’ll love,
gluten intolerant or not…

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    Designed with the family in mind after years of perseverance in the kitchen, this collection of over 300 recipes offers delicious gluten-free foods without sacrificing flavor.
      The Celiac Cookbook uses simple recipes with common ingredients for both special occasions and everyday cooking. Variations on classic recipes—as well as traditional dishes—abound, giving those with gluten intolerance choices suited to the tastes of even the most discernible palates.
     This cookbook presents dishes inspired by Asian, Italian, and Mexican cuisine like frittatas, orange beef stir-fry, black bean enchiladas, and pizza, with desserts like apple pie, homemade ice cream, mints and much, much more, all without wheat!
     With The Celiac Cookbook, discover alternative grains that offer better nutritional content and added health benefits, gluten-free cooking tips, and baking aids. In addition, you’ll find helpful information about celiac disease and resources for the gluten intolerant.

NOW AVAILABLE AT AMAZON, KOBO BOOKS, BARNES & NOBLE, and OMNILIT!

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10 thoughts on “The Celiac Cookbook: Wonderful Wheat-Free Recipes for the Whole Family!

    • Some people are very, very allergic to wheat. It’s difficult because wheat is found in a ton of different foods and other products. The point of this cookbook is to provide recipes for individuals with celiac disease, or with mild to severe gluten/wheat intolerance.

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    • When my daughter has whea, her face swells and throat closes up. It’s almost as bad as a peanut allergy. Te point is to make food not containing wheat just like any other cookbook is to make food.

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  1. I think this cookbook would make a wonderful addition to my collection. It would also make a nice gift for a family member recently diagnosed with celiac disease. Thank you for following my blog, uberdish. 🙂

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  3. I saw a documentary about a movie star (I can’t recall her name) with celiac disease. She was misdiagnosed for many years and was even thought to have a psychosomatic disorder. Finally, someone correctly diagnosed her and she changed her diet. Sadly, her career has suffered because her producers were not especially empathetic. Thank you for highlighting this subject as well as your book.

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