The How Can It Be Gluten Free Cookbook

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In Boston is a test kitchen run by the folks who publish Cook’s Illustrated and Cook’s Country magazines. The mission of the people who work in this kitchen is to test and retest recipes until they are the best they can be. In other words, someone else with a lot of experience and expertise is doing your cooking homework, taking your tests, and cleaning up after. With over a hundred recipes, thoroughly tested and many with possible variations, this can be a great help to those who need or wish to avoid gluten. Each spread in the book has a mouth-watering color photo, information on why the recipe works, ingredients list, and very specific instructions. An introductory section covers strategies for gluten-free cooking, troubleshooting, evaluating flours on the market, what is needed for a gluten-free pantry, rating gluten-free breads and pastas available at stores, and looking at gluten-free grains. Recipes cover breakfast cereals, pasta dishes, comfort foods, breads, cookies, cakes, pies, and other desserts. It also has conversions and equivalencies. This is a wonderful resource for anyone who wants or needs to get gluten out of his or her life and is a perfect addition to any gluten-free kitchen.

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Star Count 5/5
Format Trade
Page Count 336 pages
Publisher Cook's Illustrated
Publish Date 2014-Mar-01
ISBN 9781936493616 Buy this Book
Issue May 2014
Category Cooking, Food & Wine


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