I used Better Batter , which is what the author uses and I've found I pretty much like everything using this flour. Maybe because i So far I have made pumpkin-carrot muffins and pumpkin granola cookies which are actually from the author's blog this past week, but whatev and also the apple crisp. Maybe because it doesn't have garbanzo flour so it doesn't have a funky bean taste, I don't know.
What's so good about this bread is that it didn't sink, it doesn't taste gummy, and it smells like my Grandma's. Heck, it even kind of tasted like Grandma's, albeit a little more dense. I borrowed this book from the library and as soon as I take it back, I will be purchasing my very first gluten free cook book.
GF on a Shoestring for the win! Sugar cookies didn't quite turn out I finally gave up and with wet hands rolled the dough into little balls, then flattened them with a fork like I do peanut butter cookies. Still tastes good!
The cake on the other hand, absolutely freaking delicious. Dec 19, Correen rated it liked it. It may have been a very helpful book for others. I did not need the advice section and I found no recipes that were helpful for me. The book was attractive, well organized, and seemed good, but not for me. Apr 25, Jaime Twisting the Lens rated it liked it Shelves: first-reads. I am not a person who chooses to eat gluten-free, or has to eat gluten-free.
I do, however, watch my carbohydrates and stick to a fairly regimented diet for health and fitness purposes.
As anyone who is forced to stick to a diet that is gluten-free knows: it can be tedious, time-consuming, and pretty expensive. This book solves all those issues. The author cuts through all the extras associated with baking and cooking within the parameters of the gluten-free world by noting that it is alright no I am not a person who chooses to eat gluten-free, or has to eat gluten-free.
The author cuts through all the extras associated with baking and cooking within the parameters of the gluten-free world by noting that it is alright not to buy several different flours and sugars, etc. She also makes it easy to throw a recipe together and have a tasty result in hardly any time. This is a great resource for the gluten-free dieter who does not want to devote their life to seeking out crazy recipes, who only has a limited amount of time moms and working people: take note!
I live in the rural Midwest, and I can actually find everything in these recipes at my local Kroger and Meijer stores. This is a must-have resource for those tired of the tedious world of gluten-free or those just starting out. Yes, a few more pictures would be nice, but the content far outweighs my need for visuals. Finally: Gluten-free made easy- AND delicious! Sep 11, Punk rated it it was ok Shelves: cookbook. The recipes with flour also call for xanthan gum, which means whatever mix you use shouldn't already have gums in it.
Still, if it had more pictures, I might consider keeping it around, but there are less than ten photos for recipes, though the few it has make the food look good, and I went ahead and made a copy of the scones and pizza dough just because they looked so nice in the pictures. Maybe save your money even further and just visit Hunn's blog, Gluten-Free on a Shoestring , where everything still requires a flour mix, but at least she gives you recipes for mixes you can make yourself instead of purchasing them, plus everything has photos!
I have been gluten free for almost two years now. And until I ran across this it was ridiculously expensive, I have celiac disease, gluten allergy and an allergy to most crops wheat, oat etc that can contain smut mold. In addition, my husband is allergic to all tree nuts, peanuts, oats, cherry And the list goes on. So between the two of us eating is tough. While this book did not fit all out combined needs it only needed minor adjustments to fit our lifestyle and our wallets. It helped us I have been gluten free for almost two years now.
It helped us realize that while eating for our dietary needs is more expensive there are lots of ways to cut down o. Jul 30, Cassidy rated it really liked it Shelves: cookbooks , , own-it. I always enjoy reading cookbooks. Never mind that I don't like to cook, somehow, by the time I get to the end, I'm always convinced that I'd be great at it.
Then I get home, and it's late, and that microwave dinner doesn't sound that bad after all. Sadly though, I have to give up gluten and all of its glorious deliciousness. That means that soon, very soon, I'm going to have to learn how to really cook.
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I thought I'd go all Paleo at first, but then I realized I needed food I might actually I always enjoy reading cookbooks. I thought I'd go all Paleo at first, but then I realized I needed food I might actually be able to make on a routine basis. Probably smarter to start with some of the recipes in this book, and with any luck, I won't totally starve.
Jan 12, Christine rated it really liked it Shelves: cooking-food-gardening.
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I love the Sweet and Sour chicken recipe! Jun 24, Jekka rated it it was amazing. My son was diagnosed with a wheat allergy almost 3 years ago. Before this, I was an avid cook and bread baker as I learned many years ago that we needed to avoid artificial ingredients for this same child.
I bought and used many gluten free cookbooks in the time following this diagnosis, but Nicole Hunn is by far my favorite gluten free cookbook creator. These recipes are so simple, straight forward, and cost effective that I go here first when looking for a recipe. I have now bought many of Hun My son was diagnosed with a wheat allergy almost 3 years ago.
I have now bought many of Hunn's cookbooks, and I have been impressed with the both the taste and texture of her gluten free creations. Her advice on which flours to use and how to create the best gf flour blends were fabulous when I transitioned away from grinding my own wheat and into the realm of wheat-free cooking and baking.
I highly recommend this series of cookbooks for those starting a gluten free lifestyle. Sep 28, Joyce L. Lots of great recipes I like the variety of recipes on this book. I was looking for mainly some traditional desert and comfort foods.
I wish there were pictures in the digital version. Mar 23, Hana Curry rated it liked it Shelves: cookbooks. Most of the recipes had too many step for my liking. I did save a few recipes that I'm curious to try, especially the savory olive oil crust and spinach pie. Apr 07, Rebekka Steg rated it liked it Shelves: non-fiction , cooking , health , Good for a debut, but it is clear that the author has become much better with experience and it is a shame about the lack of pictures.
Mar 11, Kelly rated it liked it Shelves: own , baking. I enjoy her recipes, but the book doesn't retain your attention very well. It is good for a quick glance. When my daughter was diagnosed with Celiac Disease, I was lost. What would we eat? What could we eat? I spent tons of money at the stores on food that was not as good as the gluten filled versions. I found this blog and quickly bought the cookbook. I made the decision that if I could not buy good tasting gluten free food I jumped right in and ordered a 25 pound bag of Better Batter and went to work.
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