(Now, to be perfectly honest, I own these cookbooks but have not tried them just yet. Although I really want to, I just haven’t devoted the time to learn–I’m a bit insecure in the kitchen. The recipes look delicious, though!)
Terry Walters, ISBN 978-1-4027-6814-9
Aside from the section devoted to Soy (on page 17), and a few recipes that call for soy or tofu, Walters offers her organic-conscious cooks delicious options to common recipes. I myself am eager to try Sweet Dumpling Squash with Orange-Scented Quinoa Stuffing. Yum!
Elizabeth Gordon, ISBN 978-0-4704-4846-5
I literally received this cookbook just the day before writing this page. So, suffice to say, I definitely haven’t had the time to try out any of the recipes. The photographs are gorgeous and enticing. I can’t wait to test out the Mint Patties recipe–they look like York Peppermint Patties! I am in love with the idea that someone has written a cookbook whose goal is teach people how to make alterations to their favorite family desserts in order to feed their food-allergic loved ones. Gordon also includes an extremely important chapter that explains which allergen-free ingredients to replace in common recipes, so you can make the recipes you love with better-for-you ingredients!
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