Gluten Free Cookbook: Gluten Free Weight Loss for Gluten Free Living

Gluten Free Cookbook: Gluten Free Weight Loss for Gluten Free Living The Gluten Free Cookbook covers two different gluten free diets with the Gluten Free Diet and the Gluten Free Weight Loss diet. Both diets have one thing in common and that is all the recipes have absolutely no gluten foods included. The gluten free cookbook contains recipes for those who are gluten intolerant and allergic or for those who simply wish to change their diet to gluten free. The other section targets recipes that are just for helping you to lose weight. All recipes call for healthy and nutritious ingredients.

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  1. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Gluten Free Cooking!, April 3, 2016
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    LG55

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    This review is from: Gluten Free Cookbook: Gluten Free Weight Loss for Gluten Free Living (Kindle Edition)
    Gluten Free Cookbook: Gluten Free Weight Loss for Gluten Free Living Kindle Edition

    This book comes in two options. Either an eBook kindle option or as a paperback option.

    Gluten Free Cookbook: Gluten Free Weight Loss for Gluten Free Living The Gluten Free Cookbook covers two different gluten free diets with the Gluten Free Diet and the Gluten Free Weight Loss diet. Both diets have one thing in common and that is all the recipes have absolutely no gluten foods included. The gluten free cookbook contains recipes for those who are gluten intolerant and allergic or for those who simply wish to change their diet to gluten free. The other section targets recipes that are just for helping you to lose weight. All recipes call for healthy and nutritious ingredients. The first section of the Gluten Free Cookbook covers the basic gluten free diet with these categories: Gluten Free Diet, Gluten Free Diet Basics, Gluten Free Food Basics, 7 Day Meal Plan with Menus, Recipes featuring Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Vegetables and Sides, Snacks, Quick Snacks, and Final Words. A sampling of the recipes include Banana Nut Loaf, Bean Dip with Kale Chips, Roasted Vegetables, Cornbread Stuffing, Paprika Chicken, Cajun Jambalaya, Roasted Vegetables Quinoa Salad, Chicken Wrap, Chicken, Mushroom and Brown Rice Frittata, Apple Blueberry Quinoa, Gluten Free Pancakes with Maple Syrup, Oatmeal with Cinnamon Brown Sugar Maple Apples, and Buttermilk Ranch Chicken Green Salad. The second section of the Gluten Free Cookbook features the Gluten Free Weight Loss diet plan with these categories, Gluten Free Diets and Weight Loss Tips, Entrees, Appetizers, Side Dishes and Soups, Breakfast, and Desserts. A sampling of the included recipes are: Pistachio Cheesecake, Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookies, Gluten Free Banana Bread, Gluten Free Croissants, Creamy Cauliflower Soup, Vinegar Slaw, Stuffed Cabbage, Turkey Burgers, Thai Style Peanut Chicken with Gluten Free Noodles, Tuscan Style Chicken with Mushrooms, Balsamic Glazed Roasted Vegetables, Gluten Free Pot Stickers, Pumpkin Muffins with Maple Cream Cheese Filling, and Quinoa and Corn Cakes.

    I received this product at a reduced or free rate in exchange for an honest review.

  2. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent gluten-free resource, March 22, 2016
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    S. Nixon (Oregon)

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    This review is from: Gluten Free Cookbook: Gluten Free Weight Loss for Gluten Free Living (Kindle Edition)
    This is a great gluten-free resource, especially if you’re new to a gluten-free diet. There is an intro to explain what being gluten-free is all about and many ideas of what to use in place of traditional gluten-containing foods.
    If you’re only worried about gluten, everything in this book will be perfect for you. When I was first diagnosed, my nutritionist had me go completely grain-free and dairy-free to give my body a chance to heal. If you’re at that stage, not all of the recipes will be suitable for you, but there are still plenty of recipes that are grain-free and/or dairy-free. Now that I’ve been gluten-free for a while, I occasionally will have dairy or safe grains, so I may actually try having some carbs for breakfast again.
    The second half of the book is focused on weight loss, which I felt was an unnecessary way to organize things, but it doesn’t really change anything. My only problem with this book is that even though they specifically warns against pre-packaged foods, they include them in some of the recipes. For, example, gluten free cream of mushroom soup, which I’ve never seen in my life, or pre-baked pie crusts. There’s also an awful lot of gluten-free pasta for weight loss recipes.
    This book was free, but my review was solicited at a third party site.
  3. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Packed full of great recipes!!, April 8, 2016
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    autie2.0 (Arizona)

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    Gluten Free Cookbook: Gluten Free Weight Loss for Gluten Free Living

    I am not gluten intolerant, but I do eat a strict clean diet with no processed foods so I do not use white sugar or white flour. Unfortunately, I HATE wheat flour in recipes. Something about the flavor it adds just does not work for me. Other than that, my diet consists mainly of fresh fruits and vegetables, chicken and fish so I really don’t consume gluten by default. I downloaded this book because I was curious about what alternatives there are for me to white and wheat flours. I still like to eat pancakes and muffins occasionally, but haven’t been able to since I gave up white flour. This book uses a bunch of alternatives that I was totally unaware of like coconut flour, arrowroot, cornstarch, etc. It gave me a lot of choices of things I can substitute for anything from baking to making sauces or gravies. It is also packed full of really good recipes, many of which I can not wait to try out. It incorporates so many of the foods I already have in my kitchen with clean eating that I won’t have to reinvent the wheel to incorporate them either. The book also does a very good job explaining gluten intolerance and pointing out hidden ingredients containing gluten. Like I said, that isn’t a concern of mine, but I would imagine it to be very helpful to someone with a gluten intolerance issue. This book was definitely worth reading and I am excited to try some of the recipes and flour alternatives.
    Although I received this product for a discount, I can assure you that in no way affected my rating of this item.

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