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by Louise Blair

eBook Great Gluten-Free Baking ePub
Author: Louise Blair
Language: English
ISBN: 0600615839
ISBN13: 978-0600615835
Publisher: Hamlyn (April 15, 2007)
Pages: 144
Category: Special Diet
Subcategory: Food, Drinks
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 816
Formats: txt azw doc mbr
ePub file: 1984 kb
Fb2 file: 1211 kb

Over 80 delicious recipes for gluten-free cakes and bakes. Following a gluten-free diet needn't mean missing out on delicious cakes and bakes.

Over 80 delicious recipes for gluten-free cakes and bakes.

Great Gluten-Free Baking book. Following a gluten-free diet doesn't mean missing out on delicious cakes and bakes. This book provides over 80 delicious recipes for those on a gluten- or wheat-free diet.

Following a gluten-free diet needn't mean missing out on delicious cakes and bakes  .

About the Author: Louise Blair is a home economist and food stylist, specializing in healthy eating. She is a consultant for Diabetes UK and is the author of a number of books including Quick Cooking for Diabetes and The GI Cookbook.

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Gluten-free is the way to be for many of those who suffer from coeliac disease, gluten allergies and even those who simply want to cut wheat from their diet. With over 200 delicious recipes, Hamlyn All Colour: 200 Gluten-Free Recipes showcases how easy life can be when eating gluten-free, and beautiful photographs and clear instructions make this book perfect for every cook at all ability levels. Delectable treats for every occasion are included - from simple Feta & Herb Loaf and Caraway & Sunflower Seed Rolls to truly decadent Coconut & Mango Cake and Passion Cake Squares and snack-time favourites such as Garlic & Caramelized Onion Bhajis and Pizza Scrolls.

Quick Cooking for Diabetes.

This book can be found in: Food & Drink Health & wholefood cookery Specific diets & conditions Food & Drink Quick & easy cooking. Gluten-free is the way to be for many of those who suffer from coeliac disease, gluten allergies and even those who simply want to cut wheat from their diet. Quick Cooking for Diabetes.

Following a gluten-free diet doesn't mean missing out on delicious cakes and bakes. From melt-in-the-mouth cookies and dainty fairy cakes to rustic homebaked bread and spoil-yourself chocolate cakes, here are over 80 easy recipes that everyone will love! Delectable treats for every occasion, from simple Feta and Herb Loaf to truly decadent Coconut and Mango Cake, plus a selection of really easy recipes for you and your children to enjoy baking together.
Fordrelis
I don't HAVE TO give up wheat, but I choose to because most of us have wheat allergies and don't know it. Plus, our country has become highly overly-dependent upon wheat as a staple food item and that doesn't mean I will, too. I prefer to follow my own body's needs/responses and do my own health research. With that being said...

The photos in this book are gorgeous and inspiring. The recipes are simple to follow and don't take much time to prepare. The ingredients are readily found at any local health food store.

I tried the brownies recipe the first day and WOW! Delicious! They were slightly more oily than I wanted them to be, so next time I'm going to try my fat-reducing trick of cutting the oil/butter in half and using applesauce for the other half. I can't wait to see how that turns out. Also, I don't like to consume too much sugar, so I used half the amount it called for of brown sugar and replaced the other half with Xylitol. Next time I will try it using ALL Xylitol and see how that goes.

Over the next few weeks I tried a few more recipes and this is where some common-sense altering is needed. The author is from England and maybe they don't use salt over there (?), but both salt and vanilla are conspicuously missing from most of these recipes. So, I just added them in. Also, the author mentions the use of xanthum gum when cooking with brown rice flour, but it's then left out of most of the recipes. Sooooo...just use your own judgement and add these things in as you see fit.

P.S. The potato pancakes are to die for! I've made them numerous times now in big batches, freezing the extras (they thaw and reheat beautifully.) Honestly, I feel that the price of the book was worth having just this recipe. I'm hooked.

Overall, buying this book opened up a whole new world for me. I'm thrilled to have found this book because now I can have my cake and eat it, too!
Fog
Excellent book with tasty Gluten-free recipes.

My favourite's are the Banana Date Bread, the ginger cookies, and the Beet Cake.
Maman
Bought this after getting a copy on loan from the local public library. It introduced me to the world of Gluten Free. Have been so, by choice, since April 2013. I'll never go back to gluten! I feel so much better!!! Healthier weight, too.
Stoneshaper
This is a great addition to any GF baker's GF cooking/baking library.

5 stars for original recipes and 3 stars for instructions. I think that since this is a GF cookbook, there is instructional information that can't be taken for granted. Since baking is more exacting than cooking, gaining knowledge of GF baking is essential for anyone starting out. It wouldn't hurt to read multiple authors' GF baking recommendations. I would suggest Annalise Roberts' 'GF Baking Classics'. She gives a great introduction to GF baking. She covers ingredients; that GF baked goods brown quicker/easier (use lighter colored metal pans); that since many flours don't have much taste on their own, you have to bump-up the taste with other flavors (butter, vanilla, cinnamon, etc...); storing GF items in the refrigerator; and baking substitutions. This insight will help you be more successful, since navigating the ingredients alone can be overwhelming from one book to another. One day I took all of my GF baking stuffs out, and I had almost 30 different products (flours, xantham gum, guar gum, powdered milk...and this did not include sugars, or flavorings!)

The recipes are unique for American GF bakers. If I had to make a suggestion to the author, I would have included a one-page rundown of flours & other ingredients used in the book. This would have covered any issues that may arise with international distribution. (Mostly pan sizes & ingredients.)(Maybe she didn't know that her book would be marketed outside the UK...?) I made the 'Perfect Pecan Pies', but used standard muffin tins. I made eight per tin, with three pecan halves on top...the crust was a perfect balance with the filing...they were delicious and a nice size. Note: Polenta--just like Bob's Red Mill states 'polenta' on their bag of corn meal used for this purpose, is a grade/grind of (dry) corn meal.

I (roughly) counted about 17 different flours, flour-type, or grain products used. The main ones are: brown rice flour, rice flour, polenta, corn flour, garbanzo bean (chickpea) flour, & ground almonds. Some secondary ones are: potato flour, white rice flour, corn starch, & buckwheat flour. These are used a few times or even once: Millet flakes, GF corn flakes, GF crisped (puffed) rice cereal, GF bread crumbs, rice bran, and soy flour. You can make a number of recipes with just the main flours. The oddest ingredient I found was coconut milk powder in one recipe...I am sure there is a way around that one.

Bottom line...if you have good basic GF baking knowledge and practice, and need some new recipes, then you will enjoy this book. If you are new to the GF lifestyle, and don't bake much, then you might find yourself frustrated by the sheer number of ingredients needed to bake something and the non-traditional (US) recipes.
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