Coffee, Tea, and Gluten Free: The Cookbook
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Accessible comfort foods for all. Create meals which include everyone, regardless of specific food allergy. Gluten and allergy free desserts and breads are as delicious as their gluten filled cousins, as long as a dash of sugar is added. Make your own mix recipes exist, though not really an option for people who only bake occasionally. Pre-made mixes are more expensive, and easy to use. For years, baked fruit was the gluten free dessert option. When gluten and allergy free mixes, and pre-made items, arrived on the market, cake, cookies, brownies, pies, cobblers, breads, pastas, and pizzas became easy to make for nearly every cook. Healthy meats are naturally gluten and allergy free, unless the person is allergic to a specific meat, especially seafood. No need to batter or fry meats. Or clean up an oily mess. Gluten free batters do exist, and battered meats can be baked. Meats can be baked or grilled, few require much preparation, and when baking can be left to bake without standing over the stove. Vegetables can be cooked with gluten free grains, boiled, baked, and grilled. Favorite, and forgotten vegetables can be grown, frozen, and eaten. Tips and techniques for choosing seeds, growing a garden, cleaning, chopping, and freezing vegetables are included. This cookbook is intended for both the cook who has these ailments, and the family, or friend, who may cook a meal for them. Circle all the allergies family and friends have, and label them by name, to know what to avoid in each dish, for each individual person.