Cooking Without Made Easy : Recipes Free from Added Gluten, Sugar, Yeast and Dairy Produce, Paperback

Cooking Without Made Easy : Recipes Free from Added Gluten, Sugar, Yeast and Dairy Produce Paperback

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This is the third book in the Cooking Without series and is packed with new exciting recipes, a selection of case histories and a commentary on the latest fad diets.

Cooking Without Made easy is nutritional therapist, Barbara Cousins latest book and is packed with case histories and great, new recipes.

It also offers advice on how to navigate your way through often confusing and conflicting information.

The recipes are ultra-quick and easy and include many one-pot meals.

The cakes and cookies rely on an 'all-in-one' method for simplicity.

The recipes within Cooking Without are often recommended to people with ME, other fatigue illnesses, candida and food sensitivities.


  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 256 pages, With index
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Health & wholefood cookery
  • ISBN: 9780007198764



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'Without what?' I hear you ask. I think the answer may be 'without common sense'.<br/><br/>Why, why, why, do cookbook authors always feel the need to include recipes for fruit salad? IT'S JUST CUT UP FRUIT.<br/><br/>Also: pureed, frozen fruit is not icecream. I don't think it's sorbet either. It's just pureed, frozen fruit. <br/><br/>This book is supposed to be about cooking without "added" (umm everything is "added" when cooking) gluten, sugar, yeast and dairy. And yet, the author doesn't realise that there is a butt-load of sugar in fruit, and that eating sugar isn't particularly healthy in a country full of diabetics. Or that many people are fructose intolerant. Or that many people with dairy allergies are also allergic to soy, so soy milk/ yoghurt are really not a valid alternative to dairy a lot of the time.<br/><br/>Yet another recipe book that calls what would other be meal/ snack suggestions, recipes. I already know that meat and vegetable based meals don't need to include gluten or dairy, and can also swap cow's milk for soy milk, so I should probably write a recipe book myself.