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Book Review: Gluten-Free for Good

Gluten-Free for Good
Simple, wholesome recipes made from scratch
By Samantha Seneviratne

Gluten-Free for Good features 100 irresistible recipes for dishes you may have thought you’d never enjoy again – not without resorting to expensive packaged gluten-free foods that aren’t as delicious or healthful as the real thing. Here are quick-cooking meals for any time of day, all made from scratch without hard-to-digest processed additives like xanthin or guar gum. 

The best way to eat more of what you love is to cook real foods at home. With inspiring photographs and a simple pantry primer, Gluten-Free for Good shows how cooking gluten-free can be seamless, instinctive and appealing. 

Samantha Seneviratne was a food editor at Good Housekeeping, Fine Cooking and Martha Stewart’s Everyday Good before starting her blog Love, Cake which was a finalist for the 2015 Saver Blog Awards. She is also a recipe developer, food stylist, and the author of The New Sugar and Spice. She lives in New York City. 

My Thoughts: The first time I tried a gluten-free food I wasn’t impressed. It was pizza and I threw it away. So I was a little worried when I saw the cover of this Gluten-Free book had a pizza on it. The food in this book is surprisingly easy to make and everything is so tempting. If you like Home Cooked or Around the Fire


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