Gluten-Free Girl: How I Found the Food That Loves Me Back & How You Can Too
Praise for Gluten-Free Girl "Give yourself a treat! Gluten-Free Girl offers delectable tips on living and dining with zest-gluten-free. This is a story for anyone who is interested in changing his or her life from the inside out!" —Alice Bast, Executive Director of the National Foundation for... show more
Praise for Gluten-Free Girl "Give yourself a treat! Gluten-Free Girl offers delectable tips on living and dining with zest-gluten-free. This is a story for anyone who is interested in changing his or her life from the inside out!" —Alice Bast, Executive Director of the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness "A breakthrough first look book by a gifted writer-Shauna James Ahern's writing and compelling recipes made me want to dash first to the farmers' market and then to the stove and cook-not at all what I expected from a story about living with celiac disease. Foodies everywhere will love this book. Celiacs will make it their bible." —Linda Carucci, author of Cooking School Secrets for Real World Cooks and IACP Cooking Teacher of the Year, 2002 "What's been missing in 'healthy' is 'delicious,' and Shauna's food explodes with flavor-proof positive that people who choose to eat gluten-free can do it with passion and power." —John La Puma, MD, New York Times bestselling coauthor of the RealAge Diet and Cooking the RealAge Way "This is not just a book about living gluten-free, it is a book about a brave and generous woman who turns obstacles into blessings through the magic of her smile and written word." —Clotilde Dusoulier, author of Chocolate and Zucchini: Daily Adventures in a Parisian Kitchen "The theme of Shauna's writing isn't gluten-free, it's gluten freedom. She focuses much more on the delicious world of what she can have rather than fixating on what she can't. Her enthusiasms for exploring the world of gluten-freecooking is infectious and her knack for communicating her experiences to the reader is heartfelt, inspiring, and informational." —Heidi Swanson, author of Super Natural Cooking: Five Ways to Incorporate Whole and Natural Ingredients into Your Cooking
Publish date: October 1st 2007
Pages no: 288
Edition language: English
, Food And Drink
, Biography Memoir
I had to flounce this book. It was nothing more than a hate read in the first place because I hate read her blog. Shauna Ahern is nothing more than a poseur and an all-around terrible person. There's so much of her bashing her mother and looking down upon people who don't abide by her constantly cha...
Yes, she uses expensive ingredients but part of her point is that if you're going to have to make a move from food that could kill you to more complex foods you might as well treat yourself well. That rebuilding the relationship between you and food may be more complex than you think and that you s...
I really like this book. It's not a "how-to," that part is a bit misleading. It's an attitude adjustment. When you have first been hit with the wallop that says "the food that you eat everyday is killing you. You must stop NOW," it can be panic-inducing. Everything in your life must change, especial...