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Formats: Paperback
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It seems like gluten-free messaging is everywhere. So, Bob’s Red Mill Everyday Gluten-Free Cookbook will definitely come in handy as a practical guide to gluten-free grains, as well as give the reader some go-to recipes to try. Saulsbury offers the reader 281 recipes, ranging from breakfast, to soup, to main dishes, to desserts, and beyond. The book opens with a very informative grains primer. A wealth of grains are explained, with basic cooking instructions following each explanation. Important notes are highlighted in grey text boxes throughout this section. The book then shares information on the everyday gluten-free pantry items, including fruits and vegetables, nuts, legumes, milks, oils, sweeteners, herbs, and other ingredients.

“A wide variety of naturally gluten-free, nutrient-dense grains are now readily available for enjoying in countless dishes designed for every day of the week.”

Once all this foundational knowledge is explained, this very educational book moves to the recipes. Each recipe includes number of servings, storage tips, ingredients, and step-by-step instructions. The recipes are easy to read and understand. There are a small amount of full-page, color photographs sprinkled through the book. Bob’s Red Mill Everyday Gluten-Free Cookbook is an enlightening, easy-to-understand and easy-to-digest book that makes gluten-free feel less daunting and almost easy! This book will be a go-to resource, whether one is trying to move to gluten-free eating, is just curious, or wants to be able to cook for a gluten-free friend.

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