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02/17/2012

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Rookies Gluten Free cookies, broeinws, cupcakes & muffins -I tried all of them recently. First time I've ever tasted a gluten free desert that doesn't taste like cardboard! Great products.

This is by far the best gluten-free cokobook I've ever seen. This book makes you realize that there are no boundaries with gluten-free cooking. Asian, Mexican and Italian food has never tasted so good! I've tried several of these recipes, and would never have realized they don't contain gluten. All the recipes are amazing, but some of my favorites include the Vietnamese spring rolls, Grilled Salmon and Green Curry Risotto, Fried Eggplant with Garlic-Ginger Sauce and Jasmine Rice, the pizza crust, calzones, any of the risottos, Mango Avocado Ceviche, Watermelon and Halloumi Cheese Salad, Enchiladas, Empanadas, Mango Quesadillas, Tequila Shrimp, Red Snapper with Peach Salsa and Quinoa, and any of the desserts! The recipes are for all skill levels. Some are geared more toward beginners while there are still plenty for the seasoned home cook. But all the recipes are straight forward and simple to follow. Vanessa's blurbs about each recipe add a personal, fun twist to this book. There's also a great informative section detailing Celiac disease and the basics to gluten-free cooking. A+++++++!!!!

I learned which foods are acceptable for people eating a gluten-free diet. Thanks for the share.

Patrcia the gf plates are maerkd they have the logo on them and are a different color than non gf plates. That is how the staff tells the difference in them. However, It's up to us to make sure we get the right plate. That doesn't ensure the meal isn't messed up, but at least it's one check point we can do before taking that first bite. At a place like P.F. Changs, I'd also ask when my plate is delivered if this is the gluten-free meal, which again gives the server the chance to confirm at least by the plate that it is (or isn't) the gluten-free meal before I ever take a bite. I'm excited to try some of the new options there eventually. I'm so close to our local Chinese place that knows me and my needs that it's hard to make time to drive five times the distance to eat at a chain.

Hi Vanessa! So happy I found your site!!

It is exciting that GF living is being featured more in the mainstream media. Just a couple of weeks ago there was a news story on my local news in Madison, WI!

Thanks for sharing your gluten-free tips!

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