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review 2017-05-02 10:58
This is Gluten-free: Delicious gluten-free recipes to bake it better - Victoria Hall

Haven't tried but it looks so yummy.

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text 2016-12-14 18:08
Ancient grains
Grain Power: Over 100 Delicious Gluten-Free Ancient Grains & Superblend Recipes - Carolyn Hemming,Patricia Green


I'm always on the look-out for good gluten-free baking recipes.  I like the looks of some of the offerings in this cookbook and will have to source some of the flour that the authors use.  Sorghum, buckwheat, millet, etc.


I'm particularly excited to try the Cheese Biscuits and the pizza crust, things which I haven't been able to replicate in edible form since I gave up wheat flour.  So many cardboard-like options out there!


Has anyone tried any of these recipes?  Is it worth trying to find the various flours?

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review 2015-12-01 00:00
Gluten-Free Desserts: Quick and Easy Delicious Desserts
Gluten-Free Desserts: Quick and Easy Delicious Desserts - Sophie Miller There is nothing worse during the festivities than watching everyone else pig out on food you can’t have because a dietary issue or allergy. This book is chock full recipes that can be shared with everyone. My 12 y/o son has the best gluten free, milk free, egg free cookie recipe in the world, though I will admit that my experience with gluten free is his one cookie. If the pictures in this book are any indication, I have been missing out. The Double Chocolate Chip brownies simply look to die for and don’t get me started on luscious the Cheesecake looks. Of course in a Pinterest world I will have to admit that on my best baking day, my gingerbread men would never come out looking so delightful.
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review 2015-08-19 00:00
Gluten Free Baking (Love Food)
Gluten Free Baking (Love Food) - Parragon Books,Love Food Editors I love the attention of detail that is given to different types of gluten-free flours, safe alternatives, and reading food labels. From cupcakes to tortilla wraps to quiche, this book covers all the basics in a tasty fashion.

Unfortunately, the author doesn't seem to realize that sticks of butter can be anywhere from 4 oz to 12 oz in size depending on the brand (if the baker is even using sticks to begin with!), which means you'll need to experiment with a few recipes before figuring out the perfect measurements.
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