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by Megan Hart MS RD,Kim Lutz

eBook Welcoming Kitchen: 200 Delicious Allergen-  Gluten-Free Vegan Recipes download ISBN: 1402771851
Author: Megan Hart MS RD,Kim Lutz
Publisher: Sterling; First Edition edition (June 14, 2011)
Language: English
Pages: 256
ePub: 1279 kb
Fb2: 1481 kb
Rating: 4.9
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Category: Cooking
Subcategory: Special Diet

KIM LUTZ and MEGAN HART, MS, RD are authors of The Everything Organic Cooking for Baby & Toddler Book and The . 3. A lot of the recipes weren’t developed to be allergen free so much as they’re allergen free by definition

KIM LUTZ and MEGAN HART, MS, RD are authors of The Everything Organic Cooking for Baby & Toddler Book and The Everything Guide to Cooking for Children with Autism. Kim and Megan both live in CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. A lot of the recipes weren’t developed to be allergen free so much as they’re allergen free by definition. Salads, legumes, dips, tomato sauces, and other recipes are based on ingredients that are naturally without common allergy/sensitivity triggers.

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Snickerdoodles (Vegan + Gluten-free + Allergen-free) . Kim's Welcoming Kitchen recipes are free of the eight common allergens (dairy, eggs, soy, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat, fish, and shellfish), gluten-free, and vegan. We feel that no matter what food restrictions are needed - delicious and healthful food can be enjoyed by all!

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Your source for allergy-free, gluten-free, and vegan recipes that everyone will love! Friday, January 8, 2010. It is snowing like crazy here in the Midwest, and I know it's cold all over the country. My friend in Texas said it was in the teens last night! This weather makes me think of soup, stew and warm bread. You can also find tasty recipes in Super Seeds and Welcoming Kitchen: 200 Delicious Allergen- & Gluten-Free Vegan Recipes.

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Welcoming Kitchen by Kim Lutz. I am constantly looking for new ways to keep Walker happy at breakfast time that doesn’t involve an outfit change and a bath after. I was reading Welcoming Kitchen: Organizing school parties around food allergies. So tough to find vegan recipes that are also gluten free - need to get this book!The Gluten-Free Vegan: 150 Delicious Gluten-Free, Animal-Free Recipes - I want this book! The Gluten Free Vegan: Susan O’Brien has been gluten free for some time, but unlike most vegan cookbook authors, she went vegan in the process of writing this book. It probably helped that she was already gluten free AND a good cook.

Eat saf. nd delicious, with this unique cookbook offering hundreds of delicious gluten- & allergy-free family-friendly recipes. Eat safe and "delicious," with this unique cookbook offering hundreds of delicious gluten- & allergy-free family-friendly recipes. Staying healthy is easy with these mouthwatering options meals, snacks, and holiday fare-including muffins and breads; pumpkin risotto; and hot fudge cake. This is an inspired, resource for any family or group that has varied dietary needs.

and "delicious," with this unique cookbook offering hundreds of delicious gluten- & allergy-free family-friendly recipes.

Welcoming Kitchen: 200 Delicious Allergen & Gluten-Free Vegan Recipes by Kim Lutz. and "delicious," with this unique cookbook offering hundreds of delicious gluten- & allergy-free family-friendly recipes. nd delicious, with this unique cookbook offering hundreds of delicious gluten- & allergy-free family-friendly.

Welcoming Kitchen: 200 Delicious Allergen & Gluten-free Vegan Recipes. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9781402771859 (978-1-4027-7185-9) Hardcover, Sterling, 2011. Find signed collectible books: 'Welcoming Kitchen: 200 Delicious Allergen & Gluten-free Vegan Recipes'. Learn More at LibraryThing. Megan Hart MS RD at LibraryThing.

Eat safe…and delicious, with this unique cookbook offering hundreds of delicious gluten- & allergy-free family-friendly recipes. Staying healthy is easy with these mouthwatering options meals, snacks, and holiday fare-including muffins and breads; pumpkin risotto; and hot fudge cake. This is an inspired, resource for any family or group that has varied dietary needs.
Comments: (7)
Quashant
Sorry that this review is so long, but the more I thought about this cookbook, the more annoyed I became. With all of the glowing reviews, I was expecting something special. Bad assumption on my part. It was a waste of money for me, and I strongly suggest seeing if it is at your local library before buying it.

Specific issues:
1. Many of the recipes are very common and basic. Most people probably have recipes for guacamole, salsa, salads, etc. in their existing cookbooks, or can easily find them online. There are also a number of recipes that can’t even be called recipes. The crostini recipe calls for rubbing slices of toasted gluten free bread with garlic and cutting them in half (“it looks nice cut on the diagonal”). I know how to make toast. I even know how to cut it in half. I didn’t need a recipe for that. What I need is a good recipe for gluten free Italian bread that I could use for crostini. Chocolate covered strawberries? Melt allergen free chocolate chips and dip strawberries in it. Thanks, could have figured that out on my own. The worst is probably the recipe for fruit kebabs. Does anybody really need instructions for putting cut up fruit on a skewer?

2. Some recipes are free of common allergy/sensitivity triggers. Others are not. It wasn’t clear looking at the online index that a lot of the recipes wouldn’t meet my needs without adaptation. And since very few of the recipes sounded appetizing when I read them, I’m not going to waste time or ingredients adapting them.

Corn is a common ingredient. I knew from previewing the index that there were things like corn cakes or tortillas that would be off limits, but I wasn’t expecting corn products to pop up in so many other recipes. Since corn is a common food sensitivity, I wasn’t happy about it being used so frequently in this type of cookbook.

3. A lot of the recipes weren’t developed to be allergen free so much as they’re allergen free by definition. Salads, legumes, dips, tomato sauces, and other recipes are based on ingredients that are naturally without common allergy/sensitivity triggers. Those kinds of recipes are easily found elsewhere without buying a specialty cookbook.

4. Ingredient laziness shows up in several places. One recipe calls for a packet of commercially prepared taco seasoning. Prepared taco mix typically contains soy and corn, which aren’t allergy friendly. The recipe should have contained actual spices rather than a mix. Canned beans are also used in a number of recipes. Why don’t the recipes also identify a specific amount of dried beans for those who don’t use canned?

5. A large number of the recipes seem to be regular recipes that have been made allergy free or vegan by substituting one or two ingredients with a specialty version. Replace regular wine with vegan wine. Coconut based yogurt instead of dairy yogurt. Allergen free chocolate chips for regular chocolate chips. Most people could figure out those substitutions by themselves. There’s also nothing impressive about the recipes that use the substitutions. You could easily find better versions with a quick Internet search and make the substitutions for the problem ingredients yourself.

The substitution trick is most apparent in the baked goods. Since pie crust and other baked goods were what interested me in this book, I was really disappointed with this section. Like the other substitution-based recipes, the baking section was essentially basic muffin or cake recipes with the eggs replaced with applesauce and wheat flour replaced with oat flour (or a gluten free flour blend if you can’t have oats). Again, if I just wanted to swap out an ingredient, I would have gone to my other cookbooks and started with a better recipe.

There are a lot of kinds of gluten free flours, and they give varied results depending on what you’re baking. The cookbook doesn’t address this issue other than to tell you to experiment with different flour blends. Uh, no. I’m not interested in testing several different flours to see what works in a particular recipe. The book should have provided a recipe for a flour blend that was tested with all of the recipes, or specific amounts of which flours and starches should be used for each individual recipe.
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This book doesn’t cut it as a specialty cookbook for people with dietary restrictions. It also doesn’t really feel like a cookbook so much as a mishmash of things that a mom (with little cooking experience) put together. Half of the recipes could have come from any generic cookbook with a few substitutions made for dietary issues. The other half are the kind of thing you might throw together when your kids want a snack, or you need to make dinner for the kids, don’t feel like cooking, and want to use some stuff from the frig before it goes bad.

I did try the piecrust and biscuit recipes. Ended up scraping the crust off the pie and just eating the filling. The biscuits went in the trash.
Tat
While I am gluten-free, I am not vegan (although I'm leaning that way). I'm trying to decrease animal products in my diet because I feel better when I eat a plant-based diet. I do have a few GF vegan cookbooks, but this one is the BEST. As Kim instructs, I made my own oat flour (with GF oats). Today I made the coconut-chocolate muffins (delish!) and the oat-cornmeal bread is in the oven. I checked this book out of the public library; I just ordered my own copy from Amazon. This is a MUST BUY!!!!
Enalonasa
I am very disappointed with this book, especially after seeing all the high ratings. This isn't the first time that this has happened on Amazon, a product/book with really high ratings and then the product turns out to be disappointing in the end.

Here's what I didn't like:

1) Recipes are very basic and lacking in flavor. I made the Quinoa and Beans recipe last night and it was awful, no flavor, just plain gross. I have also tried the Gnocchi recipe and it was equally terrible. The corn muffins, also not palatable. Now I'm sure by now you may be thinking that I might not be able to cook, but I while I am not a certified chef, I have been cooking great food for my family for over 20 years.

2) There are no pictures in the cookbook.

3) Many of the recipes are very basic, and can barely even qualify as a "recipe", a lot of page-filler material if you ask me. Examples: Old Fashioned Mashed Potatoes which consists of potatoes, rice milk, salt, and olive oil. Oven-Baked Wedge Fries, which consist of potatoes, olive oil, and salt. And the list of ridiculously simple so-called recipes goes on.

4) Most of the recipes seriously lack creativity, I feel like the book was put together to make money and lacks the spirit of a truly passionate cook.

A better cookbook that I would recommend: Great Gluten-Free Vegan Eats: Cut Out the Gluten and Enjoy an Even Healthier Vegan Diet with Recipes for Fabulous, Allergy-Free Fare. Every single recipe that I have tried in that book is DELICIOUS, and I've tried 12 so far.
Sermak Light
I love this cookbook! I cannot eat gluten and dairy, and I generally eat vegan and no/low-soy, partially by choice and partially for health reasons. This cookbook has become my go-to when I need a recipe. While it has plenty of creative and interesting recipes, it also has most of your staples. Learning to cook for food intolerances and/or allergies can be very overwhelming and intimidating, but this book makes it easy. Most of the recipes use simple ingredients that are easy to find in bigger supermarkets or health-food stores, no strange ingredients, no mixing up your own flours, etc. So far, we've enjoyed all of the recipes we've made. My husband, who has no food issues, loved the beer bread! Many of these recipes have become staples in our home. I wholeheartedly recommend this book for the everyday cook.
Hystana
Some of these recipes are so simple you might ask why anyone would put them in a book... But sometimes that simple recipe saves the day (or the potluck, play date or the school bake sale!) I have ALL of these ingredients on hand-which is rare. I am usually bummed by the stuff I don't have or can't get at our small town grocer from other GF/VEG cookbooks. This book is SIMPLE.

I feel like this book is a good starting place. Simple, easy, reasonable and organized.

Worst part is there are no pictures to tempt me. Maybe that's a good thing.
Nikohn
As a vegan with allergies to wheat and peanuts I appreciate a book that I can use with no substitutions. I like that it provides nutritional information but that's about all I do enjoy about it. It was much smaller than I expected, too small and awkwardly sized to fit into my cookbook stand and there are no pictures. The recipes are too basic (ex, seasoned popcorn, sunflower butter, fruit kabobs) and many use 'all purpose gluten-free flour mix'). Most of the recipes I could have thought of myself or made from existing cookbook recipes using 'gluten-free flour mix'