The Milk-Free Kitchen: Living Well Without Dairy Products

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Macmillan, Sep 15, 1991 - Cooking - 480 pages
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Here is the only all-purpose, appetizers-to-candy cookbook for the millions of Americans who must avoid having milk and milk products in their diets. Included here are many easy-to-follow recipes for baked goods (which are usually laden with dairy products) for the lactose intolerant or milk-allergic sufferer who must either learn to bake milk-free or go without cakes, cookies, pies, muffins, biscuits, and puddings. The appendix also lists recipes for baked goods that are egg-free.

"Most people who deal with food intolerances day in and day out become pretty good 'scratch' cooks. I wrote this book as an all-occasion cookbook. The idea is to give you lots of choices. The Milk-Free Kitchen is focused on all the things you can have. The idea behind every recipe here is that the food should taste good. I hope you will enjoy your milk-free meals and that you and the people with whom you share them will not feel deprived or 'different'"—Beth Kidder

 

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This cookbook features recipes without milk, butter, and other dairy products for those who are either allergic or lactose-intolerant. The author includes simple, not particularly exciting recipes for ... Read full review

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Contents

Living with Allergies
1
Living Well Without Milk or Milk Products
3
5ome Special Cases
6
Cooking Without Milk
11
Appetizers
21
Soups
31
Fish and Shellfish
47
Meat
57
Some Friendly Advice on Baking
209
Breads and Rolls
213
Quick Breads and Coffee Cakes
245
Muffins and Biscuits
259
Doughnuts
277
Fruit Desserts and One Mousse
285
Pies
305
Cookies
325

Poultry
85
Gravy and Other Sauces
107
Dried Beans
119
Pasta and Pizza
131
Eggs Granola and Sandwiches
141
Pancakes and Waffles
151
Vegetables
159
Grains Rice and Potatoes
177
Salads and Salad Dressings
189
Cakes
357
Baked and Steamed Puddings
383
Frostings
393
Dessert Sauces
407
Candy
415
Beverages
427
Appendix
435
Index
443
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About the author (1991)

Beth Kidder lives in central Illinois and has worked as a research technician. She is the mother of two grown children, both of whom are allergic to milk.

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