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ISBN: 9781608447312
324 pages

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Current Release Puts Families on the Road to Good Health with Twists on Favorite Recipes

Comfort Cooking Without Grains and Refined Sugars: More than 200 Grain-, Gluten- and Refined Sugar-Free Recipes for Everyday Living

is released by author Eleanor Fahey

To begin cooking without grains and refined sugars, you may have to invest a little more time into food preparation.  The benefits, however, to your overall health and well-being will be well worth the effort.  This comprehensive cookbook features more than 200 practical recipes that are free of grains, gluten, and refined sugars. The recipes are written in easy steps that will help even novice cooks obtain excellent results.  The author developed the recipes in her own home kitchen testing them many times.  Readers will be able to enjoy some of their favorite foods that are not only delicious but also easy to digest.

Comfort Cooking provides recipes in all categories: appetizers, dips, soups, stews, breads, poultry, meat, fish, meatless meals, vegetables, fruits, and salad dressings.  Those who love dessert will appreciate the recipes for pies, tarts, cakes, cupcakes, cookies, and frozen desserts.  Readers will learn how to make ketchup in 15 minutes and delicious key lime pie, decadent walnut brownies, and flavorful Moroccan-style chicken.  The author has thought of everything, including a detailed index, a chapter on cooking techniques, and a source list for shopping information.

Author Eleanor Fahey, a professional home economist, taught foods and nutrition at a public high school for more than a decade.  She was inspired to write this book which took more than seven years to develop, because she herself is allergic to grains and refined sugars.  After failing to find a cookbook that worked for her, she began to experiment with her own family recipes by replacing the ingredients that caused distress with other digestible foods.

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Comfort Cooking Without Grains and Refined Sugars: More than 200 Grain-, Gluten- and Refined Sugar-Free Recipes for Everyday Living
Eleanor Fahey
Dog Ear Publishing
ISBN: 978-160844-731-2
324 pages
US

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You don't have to give up your favorite foods because you have a problem digesting grains and refined sugars.  Comfort Cooking Without Grains and Refined Sugars by Eleanor Fahey is a comprehensive cookbook of newly developed recipes that will help all those who suffer with food allergies or sensitivities due to eating grains and refined sugars.

This cookbook contains more than 200 practical grain-, gluten-, and refined sugar-free recipes with many variations and tips.  Featured in the book are appetizers, dips, soups, stews, breads, poultry, meat, fish, meatless meals, vegetables, fruits and salad dressings.  Those who love dessert will appreciate the recipes for pies, tarts, cakes, cupcakes, cookies, and frozen desserts.  Once you have tasted these delicious recipes, you won't crave the highly processed versions of these foods any more.  In developing the recipes for this cookbook, the author has focused on the foods that most people enjoy.  She has used her own traditional family recipes and converted them into grain-, and refined sugar-free versions that are even more delicious than the originals.  The author developed the recipes in her own home kitchen testing them many times. The recipes are written in simple steps that will help even the most inexperienced cook achieve excellent results.

Whole pure foods are used extensively throughout this cookbook.  One such food is the plantain (the magic ingredient) which makes the best grain-free pizza on the planet.  Plantains are also used to make gnocchi, crusts for pies, and to thicken gravies, soups, and stews.  In many of the recipes, 100% liquid egg whites are substituted for eggs to cut calories and to reduce cholesterol.  All of the recipes are free of soy, active dry yeast or compressed yeast, and low in lactose.  Farmer cheese, which is a low lactose cheese, is used as a stabilizer for the breads, muffins, and cakes.  All of the ingredients used in this book are available at your local supermarket and/or health food store.  Web site addresses and telephone numbers are also provided for further shopping information.