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I was given this book to review by the publisher, and to be honest, dairy free cooking is not of an interest to me. But I must say, this cookbook is very interesting and e first part of the book is about the understanding of a dairy free diet. She brings up the dairy products often have an affect on asthma which I have, so she got my interest on page one. It’s really unbelievably how much we consume in dairy products, and the various names that companies use for dairy in their products. This is very helpful when reading meal e author also has a section n vitamins and supplements and describes where and how much you are getting in milk and other dairy products. She talks about how dairy products actually cause you to crave more food. And with that, I have to agree as when I started eating cheese again, my weight and cravings mela describes how to stock a dairy free pantry which actually is beautiful simple. Common substitution s are discussed and what I found interesting is what she wrote about making nut based cheese. Before you turn your nose at that thought, think about how amazing and tasty almond milk is. There are charts showing you all the various non-dairy milks and their calorie, fat, saturated fat, protein, carbohydrates, and fiber. That’s when you realize that you need to give up dairy e first section is plant based milks and cheeses. It is surprisingly easy to create your own milk as soy milk has just three ingredients! What a amazing thing to create with your kids and obtain them interested in a healthy wife created the Tofu Ricotta for me and to be honest, I didn’t wish to test it. When I did, I was shocked how amazing it was. Yes, it did taste a bit various (but good) and if you place this in lasagna or stuffed shells, nobody would know it wasn’t the true thing.Everyone loves smoothies and of course, what would Breakfast be like with out dairy. It would be better!We tried the Pina Colada Smoothie and it was delicious. There is a recipe for Waffles it’s Strawberries and Whipped Cream that’s up next on our list to make. The recipe for dairy free whipped cream is easy and looks very very good. The recipe for Caesar Salad is so much healthier than shop bought dressing, that even if you have a family member who doesn’t warn to go dairy free, would like this dressing a lot ere is recipes for hummus and dips, including a Nacho Cheese Dip that will knock you off your chair. My wife was thrilled with this recipe as everyone knows, Nacho Cheese is so fattening and unhealthy. The recipe will take a bit longer to create than melting shop bought dairy cheese, but so much better for everyone. Her scalloped potatoes are also on our must create list, and again I state, we eat more diary products then we ever ere is a fish and seafood section and the clam chowder has our interest along with seared Arlie scallops and linguine. The spicy Italian Sausage and Mussels over Ferrucine May turn out to be my favorite out of the book, and so easy to create this food a bit e Pork and Beef section (my favorite chapter) has so a lot of amazing recipes, that we will test everyone. Pork Masala, Beef Stroganoff, Mangolian Beef, Swedish Meatballs and a lot of more created dairy free. Even a Pizza recipe dairy free, and that’s what’s on the cover of the book. Look at the picture, you can’t say that doesn’t look ere are a lot of poultry recipes including a Barbecue Chicken Ranch Pizza, Citrus Bacon Chicken, Pan Seared Chicken with Mushrooms and Cream and a lot of more your family and mates will love. All of these meals are easily made, and you don’t need to be a chef to understand the serts and treats (yes, cookies), Sauces, Condiments, and Dressings conclude the cookbook with unbelievable healthy e author has a suggested menus section for holidays and parties (and the page numbers of the recipes) that will support you prepare healthy meals for e recipes are well written with exact measurements and list of ingredients. They are all very simple to follow as this is a well written cookbook. The only negative, is I want there were images of the meals as it’s much better to see how the food will look. But this is a minor gripe compared to how much better you’ll feel and how much healthier you’ll be cookingthese I stated, I wasn’t thrilled about doing a review on this cookbook, but know I realize this is what I need to loose weight, yet still have fun the foods I love. This book converted me and my wife is so satisfied that I’m going to finally listen to her after a lot of years and give up cheese and dairy products. We already use almond milk and I truly would never go back to milk again after using this in my cereal and mashed potatoes. Yes, I said mashed potatoes! This isn’t in the cookbook but add it to your list!If you have a stubborn man (or women or kids) such as myself who will not listen and eat healthier, just create these meals and break the news to them later. They will be shocked and healthier!Pamela Ellgen, this is an absolutely amazing cookbook. Thank you for changing my life.
When I agreed to review The Huge Dairy Free Cookbook I was afraid it would be a problem, my son is allergic to everything. My wife is the cook so I gave it to her to see if it was usable—to my surprise she said there were lots of amazing meals she could n: Our son is allergic to almost everything, especially nuts, some recipes in this book substitute nut milk, created with almonds, cashews or other nuts, which are out of the question. Our son is allergic to corn, corn oil, nuts, fish, seafood and shrimp, and a lot of of the ingredients listed on labels. The respond is to eliminate those stuff from the s: Each recipe has a mark at the top of the page that describes the recipe and if it is, for instance, gluten-free. Amazing contents, index pages and suggested recipes. The ingredients are well-identified and differentiate the types of menus: plant-based milks and cheeses, smoothies and breakfast, salads and soups, etc. Very-well organized. We have not eaten red meat since 1980, our son was born in 1988. My wife and our son carry eppy-pens all the time in case our son encounters something he is allergic e author identifies foods that may include dairy and other names for dairy—great. Our son has to read ingredients on every label on every meal to create sure it does not include something that would send him to the hospital. The second part of that same chapter discusses how to prepare and stock a dairy-free is book has more than 200 pages and a huge number of the recipes are allergen-free or can be modified to eliminate questionable ingredients.Our favorites in the breakfast category are the “Fluffy Biscuits and Sausage Gravy (egg-free, create gluten-free and nut-free); Tex-Mex Breakfast Brritos (Make gluten-free, nut-free and vegetarian); and “Farmers’ Shop Hash.” One of our son’s huge complaints is that due to the ingredients he cannot eat, his normal meals are routine—this book has added more dozens to his meals. The Huge Dairy Free Cookbook is a amazing purchase for anyone with any allergies, just amend the recipe according to the allergy.
First off, don't think that just because the title says, "Dairy free", that it means vegan. It does not. I only point this out because some people might assume that. This book is more geared toward people who simply wish to chop out diary from their diet due to private choice or allergies.I like to hold an begin mind these days when I test out a fresh cookbook, because although I am vegan and only cook plant based meals, I like to search recipes and veganize them myself. It's fun for me. This book does have a amazing number of vegetarian and vegan recipes in it. I also appreciate that the author did in fact list amazing plant based substitutes for milk, cheese, butter, etc. There are other recipes included that contain animal byproducts. I can understand that since not everyone in the globe is vegan. That is fine.Each recipe is labeled at the top accordingly too.Honestly, and I know not everyone cares about this, but I love cookbooks that contain a lot more photos of the foods. I just to see how some of the finished meals look. It's not a deal breaker. I still have fun the book and will be trying a lot of of the recipes within.I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher
I received a copy of this book from the publisher to facilitate my review. My opinions are entirely my own. (Dishonest opinions don't support anybody!)The tone of this book is, in my opinion, probably its largest strength. Not only does it avoid the militant "milk is evil, period" view that's evident in some other dairy-free books, it's very personable. There's a clear element of "I've been there, and I understand" on the author's part that results in an empathetic "flavor" to the book. (Not in an annoying, mushy way. Just in an, "I'm not going to tell you to suck it up and quit missing cheese" kind of way.) The author also offers some "insider" insights about things like how to handle eating out or birthday parties. This easy undercurrent of understanding goes a long way, in my experience, for a newbie to a given set of dietary ere's a small bit of introductory information, including brief summaries of a few various reasons someone might be dairy-free, suggestions for stocking a dairy-free kitchen, and a comparison of nine various plant milks (almond, cashew, macadamia, oat, quinoa, rice, soy, and the two major types of coconut milk). The book is mostly recipes, though (about 180 pages).The first recipe chapter is "plant-based milks and cheeses." It includes recipes for plain nut milk, vanilla nut milk, cashew cream, soy milk, coconut milk, rice milk, quinoa milk, plant-based parmesan, primary nut cheese, and tofu ricotta. These are obviously recipes of value in a dairy-free cookbook, although they're also all beautiful standard. If you're fresh to cooking/eating dairy-free you will definitely wish them. If you've been dairy-free for a while, there might not be anything fresh in this e remainder of the recipes, divided into fairly standard recipe chapters like "soups and salads," "poultry," "vegetarian and vegan" (basically meatless main dishes), etc., use a mix of three various approaches. Some are naturally dairy-free. Some use dairy-free substitutes (like "dairy-free cheese" for cheese or "vegan butter" for butter). Others use less conventional ingredients in put of dairy ingredients. This mix of approaches makes the overall recipe collection a 3-star collection for me. I don't need support with either of the first two methods; I can do those with what I already have, so only the latest type of recipe holds a lot of value for me. However, if you don't have a lot of recipes already, or if you're overwhelmed with the newness of the diet and wish to be able to go to a single cookbook you know will be "safe" no matter which recipe you pick, the mix might be a amazing one for e one other factor I like to look at with an "allergy"-type cookbook (particularly gluten- or dairy-free) is how it handles other common allergens. A lot of readers with dairy sensitivities also have other meal sensitivities they're working around, so if a cookbook relies heavily on other common meal allergens that can be less-than-helpful for many. This one, like most dairy-free books I've seen, uses soy in more recipes than I'd like (usually in locations where it's such a key ingredient it can't really be swapped). However, it doesn't rely so heavily on soy that you might as well skip the book if you can't or don't eat soy. No other meal allergen is absent in EVERY recipe, but most meal allergens are absent from MANY recipes, and the recipes are all clearly labeled if they're gluten-free, soy-free, egg-free, nut-free, all-top-8-free, vegetarian, and/or vegan, or can be created free of something with a easy short, if you've been dairy-free for a long time and are beautiful comfortable with it, you might not search much here that's really fresh and various for you. But if you're fresh to dairy-free living/cooking, this is a well-rounded and approachable resource.
First - this book is NOT a vegan cookbook - nor does it purport to be vegan. The first chapter is wonderfully informative and educational. I learned that there is a difference in dairy-free and non-dairy labeling, for example - as if meal labels were not confusing enough, right? The author also lists several meal ingredients people would not associate with dairy. Additionally, she follows it up with suggestions for getting enough Vitamin D and Calcium in the diet. Chapter 2 covers kitchen essentials and ingredient substitutions dairy-free cooks should familiarize themselves with. Chapter 3 teaches you how to create dairy substitutes from scratch. She introduces a lot of of these replacements in later recipes. She goes beyond homemade nut milk and contains quinoa milk, nut cheese, and homemade ricotta.While this book focuses on dairy-free living, the author notes the link between dairy allergies and other common meal allergies. As such, she contains a sub-heading beneath each recipe title denoting if it includes nuts, soy, gluten, or other prevalent meal allergies. She also points out whether or not the recipe is vegetarian or y recipes contain a little hint section for ingredient substitutions, variations, or cooking tips. While it is not a vegan cookbook, it includes MANY vegetarian and vegan recipes. It does have sections for fish, chicken, beef, and llowing all the recipes, she contains several suggested holiday and unique occasion menus and a resource section for further reading and www service llowing that is two indexes. One recipe index features an alphabetized list of the book's recipes. The second index contains ingredients, denotes allergen-free recipes, and other subjects the publication e recipes themselves look appealing and seem to use simple, easily found ingredients. I cannot wait to test the blueberry breakfast cakes!Cons:1. Recipes do not contain nutritional information2. Very few images - except at the beginning of each chapter.
I am lactose intolerant and it's sometimes difficult trying out fresh recipes. The Huge Dairy Free Cookbook: The Complete Collection of Delicious Dairy-Free Recipes, has changed the method I cook. We consume so much dairy on a regular basis and most of the time we have no idea. This vookbook is for anyone who is lactose intolerant, allergic to milk, has various meal sensitivities, or just wish to chop out or limit their dairy intake. With over 150 dairy free recipes, including, dips, dressings, condiments, sauces, desserts, smoothies, and more, you will have plenty of fresh recipes to try. They're also dairy free recipes for pork, beef, chicken, noodle recipes and more. I have tried the Mac 'n' Cheese recipe and the Pina Colada smoothies recipes so far, and I really liked them. I will continue to have fun recipes from The Huge Dairy Free Cookbook: The Complete Collection of Delicious Dairy-Free Recipes and I have already recommended it to my family and friends.
A dairy free cookbook?!!?!? Yes please! I am addicted to cheesy dishes and dairy foods in general. I mean, who wouldn't. However, because I am lactose intolerant, whenever I eat dairy foods, I always obtain stomaches, slightly nausea, and become really lethargic. My body just doesn't process dairy products very well. Whenever I wish to create dishes that involve cheese, I would either have to look for an alternative online or just say, what the heck, just eat that dish and we can just deal with the consequences tomorrow. I mean, you only live once right? However, now that I have this dairy free cookbook, life is seriously so much easier. It's not that expensive and I think that anyone who is either allergic to dairy or is sensitive to it will benefit from having this cookbook in their arsenal!
i am so satisfied i got this book!I am a fresh vegan and i am just starting to learn how to create things without is book has the text in various colors in it so it makes it simple to read the recipes quickly.i just learned that i can create milk from QUINOA ... I did not know that you could create milk from that!there are a LOT of recipes in this bookso overall i think it is a amazing book to obtain :)
I have to use lactose free milk in my diet, so always looking for recipes that will support with this issue. I found this and everything is dairy free!! It came in a pdf file for me and is very well written and laid out. Simple to follow and search recipes. There are dozens of recipes in all various categories for meat eaters and vegetarians. She has a table of contents with every single type of meal available. A lot of veggie, meat, desserts, fruit, ... recipes. She also contains ways of making things that you would normally need with dairy and substitutes it with other ingredients like nuts to create cream, products like quinoa milk and so on. The recipes are very simple to read. They contain prep time, yield, ingredients, instructions and servings sizes. I am really looking forward to using this book. Looks like a amazing dozens and yummy.
I really enjoyed this cookbook for a couple of reasons. I think the introduction was very informative about various dairy free diets especially if you are fresh to it. I also felt it was helpful by providing those hidden names that dairy and be in. Recipes for making your own plant/nut based milk? I didn’t know you could do that! Soups, salads, smoothies, desserts and more. Each recipe states if there are any allergens like egg or if it’s vegan or gluten free. The only downfall for me is the lack of pictures. I like to see what my finished product is suppose to look like.
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