I have family that are on a gluten-free diet and I’m always on the search for reliable, delicious gluten-free recipes. I have found 281 such recipes in the Everyday Gluten-Free Cookbook by Bob’s Red Mill. Anyone that lives with a gluten-free diet knows about Bob’s Red Mill for their gluten-free flours, baking mixes, and grains.
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Author, Camilla Saulsbury sums up the cookbook with this sentence:
“The game-changing, one-stop source for incorporating gluten-free, wholesome ancient grains into your everyday diet with great flavour, ease, and aplomb.”
In Bob’s Red Mill Everyday Gluten-Free Cookbook: 281 Delicious Whole-Grain Recipes, you’ll have access to a variety of recipes to incorporate into your daily meals.
In addition to the recipes, you’ll learn the health benefits of a gluten-free diet as well. Whether you have a health condition or not, adding gluten-free recipes to your family’s diet is beneficial. You don’t need to have Celiac disease or food allergies to enjoy the benefits of embracing ancient grains that are naturally gluten-free.
Not only are the recipes in Everyday Gluten-Free Cookbook gluten-free, they are also nutrient-rich so you can feel great about serving them to your family. Eating gluten-free is more than taking wheat and gluten out of your diet, it can be a huge learning experience. You can’t simply replace flour with xyz every time. Everyday Gluten-Free Cookbook goes into detail teaching readers about the diverse array of natural ingredients that can be used in entrees, side dishes, and desserts. It is a resource for getting familiar with available grains and how to use those.
With Everyday Gluten-Free Cookbook recipes, you won’t miss gluten when you have a foundation of cooking and baking with gluten-free ancient grains.
Here is a sample recipe:
Gluten-Free Trends for 2015:
- People are turning to simplicity in 2015 with gluten-free recipes that contain few ingredients
- Gluten-Free Whole Foods are made with whole foods that are naturally gluten-free, not from highly-processed, gluten-free “junk food” found in the grocery store
- Flavorful gluten-free flours will soon be readily available
- High protein, gluten-free diets are excellent for optimal health, weight, and well-being. People will be using ancient grains to achieve this.
One of the best ways to switch to a gluten-free diet is to start cooking. When you cook with your own foods, you know exactly what you are getting. Start by not eliminating all grains, focus on the grains that are naturally gluten-free like amaranth, teff, brown rice, buckwheat, millet, sorghum, and quinoa. Other gluten-free foods you already know how to cook with include fresh vegetables, fresh fruit, lean proteins like meat, poultry, fish, and eggs.
Start cooking and baking gluten-free by purchasing your own copy of Everyday Gluten-Free Cookbook.