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When Beth Hillson was diagnosed with celiac disease more than thirty years ago, she had nowhere to turn to for recipes or support. She embarked on a lifelong journey to help provide delicious and healthy food to others who cannot have wheat--as many as 1 in 133 Americans, according to recent estimates. In "Gluten-Free Makeovers," Hillson makes over some of the most popular...more
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Published October 1st 2011 by Da Capo Lifelong Books
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Margaret
Feb 16, 2012 Margaret rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommended to Margaret by: Laura Simpson Hrabota
My sister has a wheat allergy and from time to time I wondered if I might as well. When I first started research on living gluten and wheat free, it seemed like an impossible undertaking. So, even though now I have not found myself with an allergy I am glad to research gluten-free (GF) cookbooks both with my sister in mind, but also the other health benefits from reducing gluten from my family's diet in general.

One of the things about a good GF cookbook is when it can show you that just because...more
Madame X
There wasn't one recipe I could get excited about making. I didn't like how I'd have to make flour (plus more) mixtures specifically for these recipes, that's too fussy for me. Back to the library it goes.
Bunny
I love the idea of going gluten free. The problem is I can't fathom the cost. And xantham gum sounds gross. I did get a couple of good recipes, though.
Cheryl
One of the better Gluten- Free cookbooks with useful information on how to convert conventional recipes to gluten-free.
Michele
I wasn't as interested in the other recipes, but the bread recipes that I tried are fabulous!
Melissa
I really dislike cookbooks without great photos.
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Beth Hillson is the founder of Gluten-Free Pantry, the president of the American Celiac Disease Alliance, and the food editor of Living Without magazine. She lives in Connecticut.
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