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by Jeanne Sauvage

ePub Gluten-Free Baking for the Holidays: 60 Recipes for Traditional Festive Treats download
Author:
Jeanne Sauvage
ISBN13:
978-1452107011
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1452107017
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Chronicle Books (October 10, 2012)
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- -Daily Meal, Top 25 Cookbooks of the Year (2012). Her passion for gluten-free baking shines in her cookbook. Parents and their kids will love making and baking her delectable treats to celebrate throughout the holiday season.

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Jeanne Sauvage, author of the popular blog Art of Gluten-Free Baking, has perfected 60 gluten-free recipes with all the flavors of their wheat-filled count The holidays are a time to celebrate and indulge in baked goods warm from the oven. Not anymore! Jeanne Sauvage, author of the popular blog Art of Gluten-Free Baking, has perfected 60 gluten-free recipes with all the flavors of their wheat-filled counterparts

Jeanne Sauvage, author of the popular blog Art of Gluten-Free Baking, has perfected 60 gluten-free recipes with all the flavors of their wheat-filled count The holidays are a time to celebrate and indulge in baked goods warm from the oven. Not anymore! Jeanne Sauvage, author of the popular blog Art of Gluten-Free Baking, has perfected 60 gluten-free recipes with all the flavors of their wheat-filled counterparts

Jeanne Sauvage, author of the popular blog Art of Gluten-Free Baking, has perfected 60 gluten-free recipes with all the flavors of their wheat-filled counterparts.

Jeanne Sauvage, author of the popular blog Art of Gluten-Free Baking, has perfected 60 gluten-free recipes with all the flavors of their wheat-filled counterparts.

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Jeanne Sauvage, author of the popular blog Art of Gluten-Free Baking, has perfected 60 gluten-free recipes with all the flavors of. .Also included are tips on how wheat-free ingredients work and Jeanne's own gluten-free flour mix.

Jeanne Sauvage has devoted herself to investigating and developing new gluten-free recipes

Jeanne Sauvage has devoted herself to investigating and developing new gluten-free recipes. She lives in Seattle, Washington. Clare Barboza is a Seattle-based food photographer. - -Daily Meal, Top 25 Cookbooks of the Year (2012).

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The holidays are a time to celebrate and indulge in baked goods warm from the oven

The holidays are a time to celebrate and indulge in baked goods warm from the oven. Not anymore! Jeanne Sauvage, author of the popular blog Art of Gluten-Free Baking, has perfected 60 gluten-free recipes with all the flavors of their wheat-filled counterparts

The holidays are a time to celebrate and indulge in baked goods warm from the oven. Unfortunately for the gluten-sensitive, seasonal pleasures such as sugar cookies and mincemeat tarts have been off-limits. Not anymore! Jeanne Sauvage, author of the popular blog Art of Gluten-Free Baking, has perfected 60 gluten-free recipes with all the flavors of their wheat-filled counterparts. Also included are tips on how wheat-free ingredients work and Jeanne's own gluten-free flour mix. With favorites like apple pie, plum pudding, rugelach, bûche de Noël—even a gingerbread house—everyone can pull up a chair to the holiday table with comfort and joy.
  • I bought this book without a lot of hope. I had been a serious home baker for 30+ years before discovering I had significant gluten issues (NCGS, autoimmune and thyroid issues, etc). I tried commercial mixes, other popular cookbooks that rely on almond flour, etc, and nothing could replicate the holiday treats I'd made forever, in a way that didn't provoke a physical reaction. Until now.

    I had been fairly strict paleo for a couple of years, then found I could reintroduce rice (occasionally, and not overdoing it). I came across Sauvage's website/blog, and saw that her flour mix recipe (it's in the book and on her blog) consisted of rice flours, tapioca flour and a small amount of xanthan gum. Gums of some kind are a necessary evil in gluten free baking, but the amount is small, and xanthan has less of the weird side effects than other gums have. So I figured I would try it. No almonds! No nightshades/potato flour! It was worth a shot.

    The two recipes I made first were the spritz cookies, and the chocolate chips. These are basic holiday staples in our house, and I knew if these didn't work, I would need to move on and continue searching.

    Thankfully, they came out amazing. Slightly different in texture (a bit lighter and more delicate, with less "chew" to them, though not crumbly), but the TASTE was there. Was it ever!! I didn't think I'd be able to have these again. I would be delighted with this book, even if for just these two recipes. I have attached photos. The spritz photo shows *conventional* spritz on the left side of the plate (50 year old family recipe), and Sauvage's recipe on the right. Other photo is of the chocolate chips, which Sauvage adapted from an Ina Garten recipe. Delicious!

    My hope is that I can sub the flour recipe for wheat in other family recipes, one-for-one. I will update on that once I've tried it.

    But my next move will be to try the book's yeasted recipes (particularly the dinner rolls). That's the second huge hurdle, as bread baking can be tricky, even with conventional ingredients. I will post an update when I've made those.

    I don't plan on returning to daily baking, as it still deals with sugar, butter and other ingredients that can aggravate autoimmune conditions. But it is GREAT to know this book is here, for holiday treats and special occasions. Thank you, Jeanne Sauvage.

  • As a pastry chef who has become gluten intolerant, I have high standards when it comes to baked goods. Jeanne's All-Purpose Flour Mix is wonderful and her recipes work beautifully. I have experimented extensively in the past with other flour blends and recipes with very mixed results, despairing of ever being truly happy with my efforts. Jeanne suggests that you use finely milled flour, and I agree. Authentic Foods flours are finely milled and very much worth having when creating delicately textured cakes and breads. I am happy that the book has weights as well as cup measures. It is worth having a simple scale when baking because measuring by volume is often inaccurate, causing poor results. The pie crust is so good that my family did not know that their Thanksgiving pumpkin pie was gluten free! This book is NOT just for holiday baking, and I look forward to using it all year long.

  • Having been diagnosed with Celiac disease for about 12 years, this is the first gluten-free cookbook I've bought. I bake a lot and have tried to find the holy grail of gluten-free breads to no avail until I tried Jeanne's dinner roll recipe off the internet. They are the best GF bread product I've made yet and there are no fancy, expensive ingredients. I was so impressed I bought the book. I've only tried one other recipe so far but it turned out great too.
    I'm looking forward to gluten-free baking without so many disappointments.

  • Although I had not tried any of these recipes yet, I found this cookbook to be very informative with complete explicit instructions for each one. I have found all the ingredients except one for Jean' s flour in my area. I will order that online. Finding out of the ordinary ingredients where I live is a challenge and I make a list for those when I travel out of the area. I am looking forward to trying these gluten free treats for the recipes of the traditional ones I have baked for years. I liked the inclusion of problems you may encounter with each project and helpful tips to handle them. There were no proofreading mistakes to solve and little bits of history with each recipe to give one a glimpse into the past. The proof will be in the baking!

    I have tried three recipes so far: pizzelles, rosettes and the soft sandwich bread. We like all three. Next is cinnamon rolls.

  • I have the Gluten Free wishbook. My daughter-in-law almost cried when I made her donuts. When I made my sons partner cake donuts they went out and bought the book. I am most cried when I made maple bars. And I bake not fry them. This book is as awesome as the other one. I made Krumkake today. I posted the picture that someone was delighted. She thought she would never have Krumkake again I've had to reassemble her flower a couple of times. I got a kitchen scale that measures very well here on Amazon. I'm looking forward to enjoy more of her recipes. Not one has been a let down yet. Right now I'm watching my carbs. But on my meal off guess what!

  • Love, love, love this book! I discovered Jeanne while searching the internet for gluten free recipes and found her recipe for all-purpose flour. It made such a huge difference in my results that I decided to try her cookbook. So good! So far we've tried the Rugalach, the Mexican Wedding cookies and my daughter's favorite, apple pie. Thank you Jeanne, you've made a difference for people with Celiac. It's sometimes very frustrating when you can't enjoy what others are enjoying. With these recipes, its sometimes even better.

  • Love the layout of the book. Great explanation of ingredients and alternatives. Great explanitions of recommended kitchen appliances and tools. Recipes are clear and easy to use. Love that the author offered templates for ginger bread house.

    I only gave it 4 stars because I would have liked pictures of the recipe result. I also hate the "dust cover" style. I usually end up throwing these covers away, but this book is just plain red without it's dust cover. Just annoying for a cookbook.