Wheat-Free, Gluten-Free Cookbook for Kids and Busy Adults

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McGraw Hill Professional, Dec 1, 2003 - Cooking - 213 pages
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Addresses the needs of kids with celiac disease and the often busy adults who prepare their meals. This book leads youngsters step-by-step through the process of creating safe treats and meals for themselves. It also includes explanations and definitions of terms and ingredients; hints for meal planning; and nutritional breakdowns for the recipes.

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Made the Tuna Casserole tonight, except with rotisserie chicken from Whole Foods and thought it was fantastic!! My husband -- who is lactose intolerant -- polished off the whole thing and told me it was his new "favorite dish". Easy. My kid has never seen a casserole in his life (because I didn't know what substitutes to make) and didn't quite know what to make of it but ate it anyway. Will definitely make again. 

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Contents

Cooking Basics
13
Snacks
21
Drinks
35
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About the author (2003)

Connie Sarros has been preparing wheat-free, gluten-free recipes for eleven years, since her father was diagnosed with celiac disease. A popular speaker, she is well-known in celiac circles, lecturing regularly at celiac conferences and health-food stores, and has earned the nickname of "The Gluten-Free Guru." Her work has been featured in the Cleveland Plain Dealer and Cooking Light magazine. She lives in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio.

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