Over 250 recipes for anyone suffering from Celiac Disease or other types of gluten intolerance.
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A gluten free diet can be essential, but there's no denying that it will make you completely rethink your approach to eating. And after you've thrown out all the dangerous ingredients in your cupboards, how do you start to prepare a tasty, nutritious meal suitable for the whole family?
Gluten Free-Easy will help. Not just family meals, but dishes suitable for dinner guests and parties, as well, all covered step by step so you can make lovely food - even if you don't have a lot of experience of cooking from scratch in the past.
The gluten is the part of the grain which gives it its ‘stretchiness’, what gives bread its texture. Non-gluten ‘breads’ are available, but they are often much more like cake, more crumbly and without the ‘mouth feel’ of normal bread.
Even though gluten is only in the protein part, it is not safe to eat any portion of the grains which contain it (including oats if you are affected by oat-’gluten’), because there will be a certain amount of gluten still present.