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Free for All Cooking Cookbook (paperback)

5 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

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Rated America’s Best Gluten Free Cookbook!

Free for All Cooking: 150 Easy Gluten-Free, Allergy-Friendly Recipes the Whole Family Can Enjoy brings you more than 150 gluten free recipes that also take into consideration other food allergies, including dairy, soy, egg, and nut sensitivities.

These recipes are EASY and QUICK to make, whether you’re a beginner cook or someone with an extensive background in the kitchen.

Second place winner of reader’s choice Best Gluten Free Cookbook category in the 2016 Gluten Free Awards.

Breads and breakfast foods like buttermilk biscuits, pancakes, cinnamon sticky buns, Irish soda bread, granola, and banana blueberry muffins.

Appetizers and Entrées like hush puppies, shrimp creole, wintry chili, crab fritters, chicken pot pie, pad thai, and eggplant parmesan.

Desserts like strawberry shortcake, key lime pie, chocolate birthday cake, lemon bars, fresh fruit crumble, and the best brownies ever!

Savor the foods you thought you might never again taste and prepare them for your whole family to enjoy together.

 

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Reviews of Free for All Cooking: 150 Easy Gluten-Free, Allergy-Friendly Recipes the Whole Family Can Enjoy:

2017 Gluten Free Awards:  1st Place for Gluten Free Cookbooks!

Technorati.com, 10/27/10
Free for All Cooking is a must-have for those who can’t eat everything, and those who cook for them.”

Glutenfreeville.com, 10/31/10
“[A] versatile cookbook…Offers delicious gluten-free recipes that can also be made free of many major allergen ingredients—dairy, nuts, soy, eggs and more—to fit your unique dietary requirements.”
“Stuff I Like” blog, 11/7/10
“Whether you are figuring out the tricky aspects of baking with gluten-free flours, or wondering what to replace eggs and dairy products with, you’ll find essential help in this comprehensive volume.”

Tucson Citizen “What’s Cooking” blog, 11/18/10
“This is an excellent cookbook, even if you don’t have an allergy sufferer in the family.”

Curled Up with a Good Book
“Parents of children with allergies will particularly love this cookbook. With classic kid-loved recipes such as chocolate chip cookies, fudge and hamburger and hotdog buns, you will be the hero once you master making these items…Its easy-to-follow instructions and helpful brand recommendations mean that even novice cooks can prepare yummy allergy-free foods. If you or someone you love has to cope with the challenge of cooking with allergy restrictions, Free for All Cooking is a must have to your (or their) cookbook collection.”
Living Without, February/March 2011
“Neatly organized, simply explained, Shepard makes tasty comfort food safe for almost anyone.”

Cybelepascal.com, 1/13/11
“A homey collection of recipes…The Ingredients and Substitutions section is comprehensive and written in friendly, approachable language that even a brand new allergy-free cook can access. Of particular note, is the section titled ‘Baking Notes,’ chock-full of handy practical advice that comes from many years of expertise in the kitchen.”

Midwest Book Review, February 2011
“Any allergy-free culinary library should have this.”

Gluten Intolerance Group magazine, Spring 2011
“Shepard is one of the big names in gluten-free baking…Readers—especially those with multiple food allergies—are in for a treat with this book.”

Denver Post, 12/14
“Solid cookbooks for those avoiding the protein common to wheat, rye and barley (and fairly common in most processed foods) are still a mere trickle—and many of them focus on baked goods and breads. Not so in Jules E. Dowler Shepard’s Free For All Cooking, which has a thick section on main dishes and vegetable sides. The book also caters to those not only avoiding gluten, but also dairy, nuts, soy, or eggs. For example, Dowler Shepard has a dozen formulas for egg substitutes—and then suggests which will work best in each recipe. Fish sticks? Check. Soft pretzels? Done. She’s got holiday cooking covered, too.”

2 reviews for Free for All Cooking Cookbook (paperback)

  1. 5 out of 5

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    i love all of gfjules books i use them a lot in my cooking and baking as a professional baker I would recommend her products to everyone love you ..

  2. 5 out of 5

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    This is without a doubt my most used cookbook! It has a lot of the basics my family uses on a weekly basis! It comes as a soft back book, but I took mine to the local Staples were they trimmed the binding off and put a spiral in the seam so that it now lays flat and makes it easy to use (and for only $5). Thanks for this wonderful cookbook Jules! My family is thankful for all the goodness it and your flour bring to our home!

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