It seems like everywhere you turn in the culinary world "gluten-free" is something people are talking about. Does all this talk leave you wondering about this mysterious "gluten" and why it seems to be public enemy number one these days? Well don't worry because your library has loads of books and resources on the subject to help you learn about the gluten-free diet and if it's right for you.
The Morgan Hill Library will also be hosting a program on Thursday September 6, 2012 at 7:00 PM with Certified and Trained Nutritional Educator Patti Tartaglia, explaining the difference between gluten allergies and gluten intolerances and how to create an allergy-safe kitchen.
The best-selling authors continue their 4 Ingredients series with over 400 delicious, gluten-free recipes that only require four ingredients to create! Learn how to make breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks for the whole family!
One of the most well-known members of the gluten-free community, Elisabeth Hasselbeck follows-up her first book with this collection of family favorites that have been updated with a gluten-free twist! Some of the mouth-watering recipes include lasagna, pork pot stickers, french toast, tiramisu and chocolate chip cookies!
The author of this cookbook doesn't think that eating gluten-free should be difficult, so she has included over 100 recipes that are fast and stress-free! Also find some gluten-free versions of holiday favorites in this book as well!
Many people with gluten allergies or intolerances also find that their doctor recommends eating a dairy-free diet as well. This cookbook shows that you don't have to give up your favorite foods even if you have to give up dairy and gluten, and includes over 150 delicious recipes that are sure to delight the tastebuds!
Dr. Ron Hoggan explains the difference between gluten intolerance, sensitivity and Celiac Disease, as well as the health benefits of a gluten-free diet in this guidebook. Included in the book are stories and advice from those who have switched to a gluten-free diet, as well as information on the National Gluten-Free Diet Project.