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Eat Dairy Free: Your Essential Cookbook for Everyday Meals, Snacks, and Sweets

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While recipes are included in this book, it’s more of a how-to guide. Learn how to create flavor and texture—without adding unhealthy ingredients such as dairy or excess oil—so you can prepare delicious meals from whatever you have left in your fridge. 9. The Plant Power Way by Rich Roll and Julie Piatt

Not everyone can “wing it” when it comes to mealtime, and that’s okay. With the ever-growing trend of dairy-free and plant-based eating, it can be intimidating when looking for dairy-free cookbooks. Choose from any one of these essential dairy-free cookbooks, and you’ll be set with recipes to excite your palate and fuel your body to perform at its optimal best! 1. Oh She Glows Cookbook by Angela Liddon Review: This an informative and educational book about how to manage food allergies, treat allergic reactions, and prevent exposure, for kids aged 3 - 7. The illustrations are gentle and warm, and invite the reader in. It contains basics that every allergy family would want to have handy, like how to recognize different common allergens. It is a great teaching tool for parents, teachers, or caregivers. Review: I love that Corinna’s book is allergy flexible. Many of us have allergies to some combination of top allergens and gluten, but might not want to avoid other top allergens that are safe for us. This book provides many substitutions and ingredient options so that you can cater the meal to your dietary needs. I really like that her recipes are so simple and nutritious. For example the pumpkin seed dip was delicious and so versatile; it can be combined into many recipes outside of the ones in this book too. The book was designed as a meal plan with families in mind, so each recipe is portioned accordingly and the ingredients are easy to shop for. A must-have for food allergy families.Italian food—without cheese? Not only is it possible, it’s absolutely delicious. While a bit more advanced, this cookbook by power couple Roll and Piatt masters the art of dairy-free Italian cuisine. From salads and antipasto to pizza, pasta, and desserts, you’ll delight your family or entertain a crowd with these wholesome recipes. 10. Chloe’s Vegan Desserts by Chloe Coscarelli The book also provides nutritional profile for every recipe and several key tips for choosing high quality gluten free and dairy free ingredients. Also links to products I used (this refers to PDF version). Based on the best-selling book by the same name, this cookbook offers over 100 recipes for every occasion that exemplify the How Not to Die guidelines. After enjoying these recipes for a few days, you’ll not only survive, but thrive. 6. Engine 2 Cookbook by Rip Esselstyn

Review: When I came across this book, I bought it immediately. Reading Sandra’s story was like reading my own story. It was a reminder that there are so many shared experiences between those living with food allergy. From drinking stories to dining in restaurants, it all felt very real as I reflected on my parallel experiences. I highly recommend this book for any teen or adult living with food allergy. For parents of kids with food allergy, this book provides valuable insight into what it’s like for your child to grow up with food allergy, and how it doesn’t get easier as they get older - the challenges and successes change over time. Healthy gluten free and dairy free recipes , each accompanied with colored photos: breakfasts , soups and salads , side dishes and appetizers , main dishes (including beef, poultry, fish), breads , flour mixes, desserts , healthy beverages and even sauces and dressings . Review: Nina seriously knows her chocolate. The recipes in this book are diverse and indulgent. As I sifted through it deciding which recipes to bake (it was difficult to decide), I imagined that her friends and family must have loved being taste testers. I think this book is wonderful for families or individuals who manage celiac disease in addition to food allergies. If you love British-isms, you’ll love this book even more. For example, her recipe for “tray bakes” which we call “sheet cakes” in NA. Doesn’t a tray bake just sound so much nicer? Canadians often switch between imperial and metric measurement systems, but if you are used to imperial it would be helpful to do all your conversions before you begin baking. This book is really special and has a sweet treat for literally every occasion. Of course, special events have not been forgotten in Go Dairy Free. For the holidays, recipes like the Condensed Crème of Mushroom Soup and Sweetened Condensed Coconut Milk will work seamlessly as substitutes in those time-tested recipes, while the Coco-Nog, Cheese-Free Scalloped Potatoes, and Pumpkin “Cheesecake” recipes may become new traditions on your seasonal menu. For those who love bowl food, this is for you. Celebrated recipe developer and blogger Gena Hamshaw dishes up one hundred nutritionally balanced one-dish meals. Master your favorites, then mix and match to create your perfect bowl of fuel. 5. How Not to Die Cookbook by Michael Greger and Gene StoneA Detailed Calcium Chapter to identify calcium-rich foods and supplements and understand other factors involved in building and maintaining strong bones. Review: I’m a huge fan of the Go Dairy Free blog, and of Alisa’s books. Eat Dairy Free is intended for those who either have to avoid dairy due to allergy, or who choose to avoid dairy for health and wellness reasons. The recipes are beautiful and vibrant, printed on glossy paper and in full colour. The book touches on nutrients, organic and non-GMO, meal plans, milk alternatives, forms of coconut, and other simple ingredients swaps. Recipes range from sweet to savory, and can be accomplished by any home cook. Fantastic book for recipe inspiration, or for those living with dairy allergy and who either love to cook or are learning to navigate the DF kitchen for the first time.

Everyday Living Tips with suggestions for skincare, supplements, store-bought foods, restaurant dining, travel, celebrations, and other social situations. The desserts are made with gluten free whole grain flour mixes, without refined sugar or starches like corn potato or tapioca. Each recipe in this book is both gluten free and dairy free, some are also paleo recipes and whole30 recipes: all without refined sugar, no processed foods or additives. Plus vegan recipes for those who want to limit meat and eggs. From the Founder of GoDairyFree.org… The Best-Selling Guide and Cookbook For Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living

5. How Not to Die Cookbook by Michael Greger and Gene Stone

Connect with us on social media to see the innovative ways we're disrupting norms around dairy and health, working to abolish dietary racism, and fighting climate change. A Healthy Gluten Free Dairy Free Cookbook With Real Food Ingredients And No Refined Sugar (Clean Eating, Paleo, Whole30 Friendly)

verifyErrors }}{{ message }}{{ /verifyErrors }}{{ Thus, this gluten free dairy free book includes diverse recipes, from whole thirty and paleo to those involving gluten-free grains, legumes, and dairy-free substitutes. The aim is to help you maintain a balanced diet even when battling sweet cravings or needing a celebration dessertmade with wholesome ingredients, without any refined sugar. Grocery Shopping Information from suspect ingredients lists and label-reading assistance to food suggestions and money-saving tips. Millions of people enjoy a healthy lifestyle free from milk products, and thanks to Go Dairy Free, the best-selling dairy free cookbook and guide, you can join them without sacrifice. Whether you are contending with a milk allergy or sensitivity, avoiding lactose, seeking lasting weight loss, looking to permanently resolve acne, interested in increased energy and disease prevention, or taking the leap from vegetarian to vegan, Go Dairy Free will empower you to make the transition with ease. Written by a former firefighter and triathlete—now a best-selling author and leader of the Plant Strong revolution— this book provides accessible recipes to fuel your life. From satiating bowls to Badass Banana Bread, these 130 recipes will keep your stomach full and your palate entertained for a long while. 7. Native Foods Restaurant Cookbook by Tanya PetronovaRecipe developer and blogger Megan Sadd offers her best 75 nourishing, plant-based recipes to answer the question of “what’s for dinner?”. Get excited for a hearty chili, hefty burritos, homemade plant-based sushi, and more—and all of it comes together in just a half-hour. 4. Power Plates by Gena Hamshaw Whether you are new to dairy-free living or have been milk-free for a lifetime, Go Dairy Free has something to offer. Satisfied customers of this dairy free cookbook and guide include those who are lactose intolerant, milk allergic, vegan, gluten-free / casein-free, family members of those with autism and galactosemia, acne sufferers, pursuing weight loss, and health seekers who are looking for increased energy and disease prevention. Go Dairy Free doesn’t tell you to cut out milk products, it gives you all of the information you need to actually do it!

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