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No Milk Today: Hearty Home-Cooking without Milk, Citrus or Caffeine

No Milk Today: Hearty Home-Cooking without Milk, Citrus or Caffeine (Paperback)

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From soup & starters through main courses & snacks to biscuits, cakes, puddings & ice-creams, 'No Milk Today' offers more than 75 recipes which will be enjoyed by everyone - and all without the use of milk products. In these easy-to-prepare and delicious meals, cooks can also avoid the inclusion of citrus and caffeine ingredients should they wish. Some people choose a restricted diet in order to feel more healthy. Others, suffering from food intolerances, need to follow a restricted diet to maintain health. If you have family members, or friends, who suffer from an intolerance to milk products, it can be difficult to cook something different just for them. These recipes are meant to be enjoyed by everyone, including the ever growing number of children with food intolerances. Most of the recipes here are quick and easy to make for everyday meals, whilst others offer ideas for those special occasions. Supermarkets and health food shops are beginning to stock more specialist ingredients suitable for people with food intolerances. By using these and other readily available products, many meals which in the past had to be avoided can now be made easily at home.

Food & DrinkHealth & wholefood cookeryCookery for specific diets & conditions Publisher: Ashgrove Publishing Ltd Publication Date: 01/10/2010 ISBN-13: 9781853981630  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Debbie Cooper, herself a suffer of food intolerances, has refined her many recipes over a number of years and is dedicated to cooking absolutely delicious meals without the use of certain food groups. Try them, you'll like them!

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