Title: Eat Dairy Free: Your Essential Cookbook for Everyday Meals, Snacks, and Sweets
Author: Alisa Fleming
Genre: Non-Fiction, Health, Cooking
For millions of people, this one simple change–cutting out milk and other dairy products–has resolved most, if not all, of their adverse health symptoms and helps to reduce the risk of many common medical concerns, including allergies, skin conditions, and even cancer.
And it’s easier than you might think. Eat Dairy Free is the cookbook you’ve been craving to enjoy a dairy-free diet without special substitutes. Alisa Fleming, author of the bestselling dairy-free guide and cookbook Go Dairy Free, shares more than 100 recipes for satisfying yet nutritious dairy-free breakfasts, lunches, dinners, snacks, and healthier desserts that use regular ingredients.
Completely free of milk-based ingredients, including casein, whey, and lactose, these recipes are safe for those with milk allergies and other dairy-related health issues. And for those with further special diet needs, every recipe has fully tested gluten-free and egg-free options, and most have soy- and nut-free preparations, too.
Inside, discover delectable dishes such as:
Mushroom-Pesto Pizza Shake & Bake Buttermylk Chicken Peanut Power Protein Bars Chocolate Banana Split Muffins Southwestern Sunrise Tacos Mylk Chocolate Cupcakes Cheesy Twice-Baked Potatoes Strawberry Cheeseshakes Live well and eat dairy free!
When I saw this book offered up on netGalley.com I was hoping I would be able to review it. I am allergic to milk – and pretty much anything made out of milk. I always look for ways to make food I grew up on (I wasn’t allergic to milk/dairy when I was a child) but without milk.
I appreciate that she tells us how to tell the difference between coconut milk & coconut beverage. I have never really be able to figure this out. I had no idea there where pea milk or hemp milk – I have learned much already from this book and we are only a few pages in! There is even a recipe for a milk beverage! Looking through all the recipes – I see so many things I avoid because of my milk allergy I could now try. Yes I have looked at other milk free recipes – and I have made a lot of them. However there are things that need the milk – this book gives recipes that use milk beverage. For some reason reading this book has made me think of things I haven’t had in 20 years that I could probably eat again learning what I learned in this book. I plan on buying this book. I am excited to try some of these recipes of food I haven’t been able to eat in so long or have been wanting to try.
Yes I know this book was written for the dairy free life style people are doing. I had no choice in that life style.
I received this book from netgalley.com for a honest review.