Let’s Eat Out! Around the World Gluten Free and Allergy Free

By | Jan 3, 2014

Restaurant-goers will be interested in reading this book by Kim Koeller and Robert La France, including a foreword from Alessio Fasano, MD, Director, Center for Celiac Research, Massachusetts General Hospital and member of NFCA’s Scientific/Medical Advisory Council.  The book breaks down different cuisines with helpful tips, such as commonly used ingredients and preparation practices.  This way, you’ll know what sources of gluten to be on the lookout for and where.  Learn more about the book and the authors at www.GlutenFreePassport.com.

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  1. Kishan February 8, 2014 5:49 pm

    What sets Carol Fenster and her 1,OOO Gluten-Free Recipes apart from others, is this: She dvlreeis great taste, great texture, and maximum nutrition (something you already know is in short supply in most GF carbohydrates); her recipes and advice are geared to home cooking, i.e., your life and your kitchen; she makes suggestions for brand names of ingredients (this saves so much time!); she writes clearly so your dish will come out great every time (this saves time, money, and so much effort, not to mention the disappointment); her dishes please the most finicky eaters; and she notes alternative ingredients if you wish to make recipes dairy-free, vegan, etc. Yes, there really are a thousand distinct recipes, but, no, it’s not heavy. It is so all encompassing and astoundingly excellent that it’ll spoil you for any other cookbook, except Gluten-Free Quick and Easy, Carol’s 2007 cookbook that uses her unique Carol’s-Flour-Blend-turned-into-mixes strategy. Both of these books are amazingly affordable and readily pay for themselves in saved time, effort and money.

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