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Gluten-Free Italian: Over 150 Irresistible Recipes without Wheat--from Crostini to Tiramisu
From the author of the Wheat-Free Cook, selected by Sara Moulton on Good Morning America as one of the top ten cookbooks of 2007, Gluten-Free Italian charts new territory.Many of Italy’s best-loved foods—from ravioli to tiramisu—contain wheat flour, so they’ve been off limits to the gluten-intolerant. Until now. Jacqueline Mallorca creates gluten-free surprises like fresh ...more
Paperback, 248 pages
Published October 13th 2009 by Da Capo Lifelong Books
(first published 2009)
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I've been cooking gluten-free foods for 6 years or so. Early on, I developed a grudge against most gluten-free cookbooks. One of my biggest problems with most of them is that you have to invest in different flours, or put together different blends, or find gluten-free this or that.... First of all, I don't live in an area with specialty markets and I'm too cheap to want to mail order ingredients. Second, if you look, you can find tasty recipes that are not marked "gluten-free" that nonetheless ...more
Eh. I was hoping for more focus on naturally GF ingredients (think: more polenta and risotto), but this book suggests a lot of direct substitutions for bread and wheat. Think: lots of GF breadcrumbs. Eh. There are a couple of worthwhile recipes, but this isn't the right cookbook for me. I'm glad I just got it from the library instead of buying it.