It’s rare to find a recipe that is capable of catering to the needs of the gluten-free, food allergy, diabetic, vegetarian and vegan communities—all in one recipe. Debbie Johnson’s cookbook, Fun with GF/LG Foods, is full of such recipes, and what’s more, the book is available in the handy eBook format.
This cookbook is the first of its kind in that every single recipe in it is free of gluten, sugar, and the common food allergens as well as digestion-friendly and low-glycemic. Allergic to tree nuts? No problem. Lactose intolerant, vegetarian, or even vegan? Debbie offers alternatives for you for most of her recipes.
Not only are Debbie’s recipes accommodating, they’re also great-tasting, my favorites being the onion and broccoli quiche and the cherry-almond tart—simple to make and simply delicious!
The 75 recipes are easy to follow with tried-and-true instructions from Debbie, who has been eating low-glycemic foods since childhood and has been gluten-free for years. She was also the chef and owner of a restaurant, where she created and served these well-loved recipes. Her culinary background is evident in her flavorful and simple-to-follow recipes.
I have observed that people underestimate the effects of gluten and sugar on our health. Thanks to Debbie, we have a whole collection of recipes that allow people to enjoy food without these ingredients.
Debbie doesn’t just share recipes, she also helps us improve our own cooking by giving us tips such as how to make cream sauces without real cream or how to make a proprietary-blend, low-glycemic sweetener. These tips are invaluable when it comes to making you a gluten-free master chef yourself.
Don’t forget the unique eBook format! As Debbie shares on her website, http://glutenfreefun.com, there are several advantages to this. eCookbooks are handy because you can save recipes as your own Word file, changing the recipe as you please to suit your needs, and then print which recipes you want to use. If there are any spills or messes, you can just reprint, and it is oftentimes easier to work with a single sheet of paper rather than a bulky book when cooking. If you do want to have a hard copy cookbook of your own, you can just print the eBook and bind it yourself.
I highly recommend ordering Fun with GF/LG Foods, especially for those who are not only gluten-free but need to maintain a low-glycemic diet. You’ll not only add 75 recipes to your repertoire, but you’ll gain from Debbie’s experienced advice to improve the quality of your homecooking.
Article Courtesy: Tina Turbin