The Gluten Free Pantry: Gluten Free Cooking in the Real World Where Time and Money Have Limits

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AuthorHouse, Dec 12, 2007 - Cooking - 176 pages

The Gluten Free Pantry is a cook book focussing on creating a pantry of whole grain, gluten free foods that areappealing for all members of a household. Money and time factors are addressed tofacilitate the gluten free diet as an easier way of life for the individual and their family as families struggle to accomodate the celiac in their home or the celiac who is visiting. Also interwoven into this book is a deep consciousness of the inter-connection between our food choices and the rest of the Earth.

 

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Contents

Preface
1
Acknowledgements
3
The Hidden Glutens
4
What Is Grain?
7
The Gluten Free Pantry
13
Breakfast
58
Soups Stews and Chilis
75
Salads
89
Main Dishes
116
Pilafs and Other Sides
129
Dips Dressings and Sauces
137
Baking
147
Sources
159
Index
165
About the Author
169
Back Cover
173

Meatless Main Dishes
101

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About the author (2007)

Vanessa Burgess grew up in a small town in northern Manitoba, Canada. She was diagnosed with celiacs while attending the University of Saskatchewan after her first daughter was born. Before graduating with her Bachelor of Arts, Vanessa worked as a research assistant and teacher assistant in the Department of Native Studies at the University of Saskatchewan. She was published as a co-author with Robert Anderson in work involving international economic development for Indigenous Peoples. The Gluten Free Pantry resulted after struggling to find better gluten free food that was cost and time effective. Vanessa now lives on an island in Western Washinton with her husband Jonathan and four children, Maggie, Shea, Alex and Alvin.

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