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by Kathie Swift MS RD,Leslie Cerier

ePub Gluten-Free Recipes for the Conscious Cook: A Seasonal, Vegetarian Cookbook (The New Harbinger Whole-Body Healing Series) download
Author:
Kathie Swift MS RD,Leslie Cerier
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978-1572247376
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New Harbinger Publications; 1 edition (July 1, 2010)
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Leslie Cerier’s new cookbook opens a world of food wonders and delights, making gluten-free eating an inviting . In her inimitable style, Cerier presents a wealth of seasonal recipes for the gluten-free cook that are as flexible as they are healthy and delicious.

Leslie Cerier’s new cookbook opens a world of food wonders and delights, making gluten-free eating an inviting celebration of flavors, textures, and colors. The side effect is weight loss, energy, and, for many, relief of serious chronic illnesses. For anyone who wants to celebrate food while getting healthy and living lightly on the planet, this cookbook is your guide. No one will feel deprived with such luscious dishes as hearty greens and tofu in tahini sauce or banana buckwheat pancakes with pecans.

A Seasonal, Vegetarian Cookbook. Books by Leslie Cerier. Gluten-Free Recipes for the Conscious Cook. Foreword by Kathie Swift. Kathie Swift (Foreword by). Foreword writer Kathie Madonna Swift, MS, RD is a registered dietitian and a licensed nutritionist.

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Leslie Cerier, Kathie Swift Ms Rd. meet the gluten-free grains Before we get into our exploration of gluten-free grains, it’s worthwhile to take a few minutes to understand exactly what gluten is. Gluten is a protein that occurs in w. .eat and a few other grains. Or, more precisely, gluten is a protein complex comprised of gliadin and glutenin. In traditional bread baking with yeast, kneading helps knit those two proteins into gluten to create a strong, supple dough that’s capable of trapping gas bubbles created by the yeast. As a result, the dough expands, or rises.

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A gluten-free diet can help you feel more energetic, improve digestion, aid in weight loss, and dramatically improve the symptoms of many mental and physical health disorders. It's no wonder that more and more people, both with wheat allergies and without, are discovering the health benefits of going gluten-free. In Gluten-Free Recipes for the Conscious Cook, Leslie Cerier, 'The Organic Gourmet,' presents over 100 remarkably delicious recipes for easy-to-make, gluten-free, vegetarian meals. You'll learn to create delectable, high-protein breakfasts, dinners, desserts, and more, use organic and seasonal ingredients to put a fresh twist on your favorite family recipes, and come up with your own original gluten-free creations.

Whip up tasty grab-and-go meals and snacks Get tips for using organic and seasonal ingredients to make gluten-free food even more delicious Enjoy pancakes and waffles, casseroles, pastas, and pastries-all made without gluten Get creative with the wealth of recipe variations and ideas in this book
  • For me, this book focuses less on practical gluten-free vegetarian cooking and more on how to use alternative grains. A huge number of the recipes rely on ingredients like teff or millet -- delicious additions, but expensive and not something I can afford to cook with every day.

    Recipes also include hard-to-find ingredients like maca powder or Bhutanese red rice. I'm sure Madagascar pink rice is delicious, but I'm also sure none of my local markets carry it.

    Other recipes, like the smoothies and sides, are accessible (and tasty!), and I love the short sushi chapter, but I was hoping for more dishes like those. In the end, this isn't going to be a cookbook I reach for often.

  • I don't bake very often but I will give it a try. Lots of great recipes.

  • I bought this book so I could cook for friends who are afflicted with celiac disease. The recipes in general are good, although the basic bread tastes more like cake. If you're suffering from gluten sensitivity, you may want to try these recipes.

  • Everything just fine. Thanks!

  • This is a great book for those of us looking for both vegetarian and gluten free recipes, which can be difficult to find. The only thing that is a little frustrating is Cerier's reliance on other grains, such as teff, which are also very hard to find and tend to be expensive.

  • I got the kindle version of this book for m wife and she reports that it is horribly borked. The recipes are truncated, measurements are very wrong (4 cups of pure maple syrup??) and there is no linked table of contents. This may be a one off problem but it has made the book useless to us.

  • I've long been a fan of Leslie Cerier's easy, earthy style of cooking, full of hearty grains, gentle seasonings, and organic produce. Though I'm not gluten-free, I added this book to my collection for all the above reasons.

    The previous review is so unfair-- to give a book a one-star review because it has no photos? It would have been nice, for sure, but some publishers don't have the budget. And because there is a recipe for cooking short-grain brown rice? These instructions preceded a whole chapter on making healthier sushi, hence its inclusion. Also such instructions are good for people who buy grains in bulk and who are just getting familiar with healthier grains.

    I've already made several recipes from this book and they are outstanding. Corn Grits with Sautéed Onion, Kale, and Cheddar (I used vegan cheese), Soba with Tempeh and Broccoli in Coconut Sauce, and Cilantro Pesto were all great. There are probably more dishes here for cool-weather cooking, so I'm looking forward to trying things like Spiced Yams with Pecans and Garlicky Baked Beans with Parsnips and Butternut Squash in the fall.

    Aside from being good for gluten-free cooking, this book is a great introduction for using a wide array of whole grains we don't usually think of, like millet--it's such a tasty, healthy grain, and I rarely think to use it. Thanks, Leslie, for another great collection of recipes and tips! If you like this you'll also like Going Wild in the Kitchen, one of my favorite veg cookbooks.

  • This little cookbook is a gem! I wish it would have photos - I rarely buy a cookbook without photos, but after getting this from the library, I am buying it. I never made my own waffles before, when I could eat gluten, because it was easy to buy them, but now I tried some with fruit(pears in my case), and they were heavenly -best waffles I ever tried. I was thankful for 2 page tips on how to tweak them so that they won't get stuck on the waffle maker walls, and after second batch, they came off nicely with very little prying with a fork.Of course, I had to choose waffles with fruit in them for my first time, even though they are the ones most likely to stick.
    Recipes are healthy and fun, and there are plenty of tips on cooking, substitutions, qualities of lesser known grains. No refined sugar as in some so called healthy cookbooks.