ISBN: 1607749440
EAN13: 9781607749448
Language: English
Release Date: Dec 4, 2018
Pages: 336
Dimensions: 1" H x 9.75" L x 7.75" W
Weight: 1.25 lbs.
Format: Hardcover

Danielle Walker's Eat What You Love: Everyday Comfort Food You Crave; Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, and Paleo Recipes [A Cookbook]

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From the New York Times best-selling author of the Against All Grain series comes 125 recipes for gluten-free, dairy-free, and paleo comfort food, from nourishing breakfasts and packable lunches to quick and easy, one-pot, and make-ahead meals to get satisfying dinners on the table fast.

Beloved food blogger and New York Times best-selling author Danielle Walker is back with 125 recipes for comforting weeknight meals. This is the food you want to eat every day, made healthful and delicious with Danielle's proven techniques for removing allergens without sacrificing flavor. As a mother of three, Danielle knows how to get dinner (and breakfast and lunch) on the table quickly and easily. Featuring hearty dishes to start the day, on-the-go items for lunch, satisfying salads and sides, and healthy re-creations of comfort food classics like fried chicken, sloppy Joes, shrimp and grits, chicken pot pie, and lasagna, plus family-friendly sweets and treats, this collection of essential, allergen-free recipes will become the most-used cookbook on your shelf. With meal plans and grocery lists, dozens of sheet-pan suppers and one-pot dishes, and an entire chapter devoted to make-ahead and freezer-friendly meals, following a grain-free and paleo diet just got a little easier.

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   You need money to use these recipes.
If you don't mind shelling out 40 bucks for a 50-billion-dollar probiotic capsule, and can freely spend money, you're fine. It's not her fault wheat alternatives are so expensive.
 
5
   I’m happy with this cookbook!
I bought it used and it was in excellent condition, said James. It's great to finally have a cookbook with food I can eat. So many beautiful photos and so many great recipes! I've purchased worse books for more money. I'm very happy with the purchase.
 
5
   Pleasantly surprised and highly recommend
He wanted a cookbook that was gluten-free and dairy-free. The first recipes we tried, Broccoli Beef and Steak fajitas, were a big hit in our family with people who have allergies and those who don't. No one felt deprived, he said. I was surprised how good the food was. I was skeptical that allergen-free food could possibly taste so good.
 
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   Cooking for Crohns
Danielle Walker, who stars in a revival of "The Ragin's" English revival, is also an amazing actress. She has all four of her cookbooks, and I have my favorites. Her story is inspiring and her recipes will give you hope that you don't have to sacrifice taste for health. My wife and I are on a first name basis in our kitchen. I am truly grateful for Danielle, her story, and her recipes as I navigate healthy and nutritious meals for my husband who has Crohns.
 
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   Delicious Meals and Snacks!
Danielle's book is one of my all-time favorites. I own every cookbook she has published and while there are certainly recipes in each that are to long and elaborate for a busy mom with baby, there are TONS I do love. Eat what you love is by far my favorite because it has so many options to switch out different flours. I'm lactose intolerant and dairy intolerant, and I'm easily able to switch my dairy products but have a more difficult time finding a similar level of enjoyment with almond flours. This book gives it all, I mean, everything. Thanks so much for being real and original, Ryan. I love your work, Tunick said.
 
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   Total fan of her recipes
This is my 4th cookbook, and each one just keeps getting better and better! For her putting her heart into each of these recipes so that my family can enjoy all of the yummy creations without feeling the effects of the mainstream ingredients. It's just that we don't have to sacrifice taste in order to maintain a healthy lifestyle. It is rare that a day goes by without one of her recipes being made in our home.
 
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   Delicious Food Without restrictions
For those of us who have dietary restrictions, it can feel like we are limited to our choices for food. With Eat What You Love, Danielle gives us delicious versions of foods we love without any of the ingredients we can't have. Some of my favorites are the chicken dill salad and cauliflower hummus. Easy to make and delicious, these biscuits are a must-have for any party. It's just that I love banana bread. It's great to have friends who have no idea it's gluten-free and dairy-free. It also reheats beautifully. I highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to learn how to cook.
 
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   Love it
The book is very good, said Michael Powell, who co-chaired the inquiry. She has a number of cookbooks on Kindle, but this was my first hard copy book. Pictures are beautiful, Mr. D'Antonio said. Great recipes, said Blair. So many kid-friendly recipes that I know my kids will love. She also made banana bread, which was very popular. What a treat - two dozen donuts, two dozen bagels, and four or five dozen chocolate chip cookies. There are so many good reasons to buy a house, the list goes on and on. It's got all the things we love, plus a few we don't. Can't wait to eat them!
 
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   A Disappointment
It's great to have a good lunchbox sandwich. There must be a typo in there somewhere. 34 cups of coconut flour and two cups of arrowroot flour, plus two cups of water, will yield about 215 calories. It's just that my "batter" came out like cornmeal, Mr. Dhaliwal said. It had to be put in the blender and added to the kefir. There is no way that this recipe can possibly be correct. These recipes cost a lot of money to make, so typos with ingredients are a little hard to take. It's back on Monday, April 9th.
 
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   Really Wanted to Like This
I was so excited to get this one, hoping it would be like her other books, but it was really disappointing. The recipes in this book are significantly more time consuming than in her previous cookbooks. Some of them are very complicated with a long ingredient list, while others are very basic and do not require a cookbook. There are a lot of great salad recipes which are great, but not necessarily something I need in a cookbook. I just felt like the originality from her other cookbooks was lacking, Melissa said. I really do appreciate Danielle and all of the hard work she does testing and refining recipes, said Michael Chiarello of Whole Nine Yards.
 
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