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by Hilda Cherry Hills

ePub Good food, gluten free download
Author:
Hilda Cherry Hills
ISBN13:
978-0879831387
ISBN:
0879831383
Language:
Publisher:
Keats Pub (1976)
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Subcategory:
Special Diet
ePub file:
1340 kb
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1629 kb
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Rating:
4.7
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294

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Hilda Cherry Hills (Author). This is also a good introductory book for those just wanting to try this "healthier" way of eating. 6 people found this helpful.

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By far the best gluten free breads and deserts in Denver. Tons of Paleo options here! I love the a├žai bowl with gluten-free or hempseed granola. This is beautiful and clean food. They also sell flour, mixes, etc at a great price. Yay for healthy eating options.

A must for your Gluten Free Cookbook collection!!! By Mrs. Ed Full of homey and quick recipes. Product Description Book by Hills, Hilda. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, ut vidit quaestio mel, cum et albucius comprehensam. This book was published in 1976. Per. Ad veri latine efficiantur quo, ea vix nisl euismod explicari.

Book by Hills, Hilda Cherry
  • Full of homey and quick recipes. This book was published in 1976. Perhaps one of the first of it's kind. The author realized most celiacs did not only have cookbooks, but also did not have most of the information they needed about their condition. Her husband was a celiac and she had researched it extensively. It not only has several recipes, but is also loaded with the authors research on celiacs. Much of this research seems to have gotten lost by the medical community. Imagine my surprise to find the author had noted other conditions that a gluten free diet seemed to help...and autism was included. Apparently there was research published in 1971 showing a connection with autism, considered a rare disorder at the time, gi tract problems and celiacs. The study seemed to get a great response from a gluten free diet! So for almost 40 years this diet has been shown to help autistics and it is still not a part of conventional medicine! It's as interesting to read as it is to cook from. If you like to read your cookbooks you'll love this one!

  • I got a lot of great common sense out of the cookbook it is worth having. but, does not have many recipes I can use. Since I am on the diet for your blood type most of the ingredients used in the book are from 1976 and so now we don't use the same things. Oh well it was worth reading

  • This is an excellent book for those wanting to move to a gluten free diet. While the transition can be difficult, this book makes it easy to learn how to do it and what to do. It has recipes to help and a good description of foods to avoid and is easy to understand. The recipes are easy to prepare.