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The Whole Foods Allergy Cookbook is the first cookbook to eliminate all eight allergens responsible for ninety percent of food allergies. Each and every dish offered is free of dairy, eggs, wheat, soy, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, and shellfish. You ll find tempting recipes for breakfast pancakes, breads, and cereals; lunch soups, salads, spreads, and sandwiches; dinner entr The Whole Foods Allergy Cookbook is the first cookbook to eliminate all eight allergens responsible for ninety percent of food allergies. Each and every dish offered is free of dairy, eggs, wheat, soy, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, and shellfish. You ll find tempting recipes for breakfast pancakes, breads, and cereals; lunch soups, salads, spreads, and sandwiches; dinner entrees and side dishes; dessert puddings, cupcakes, cookies, cakes, and pies; and even after-school snacks ranging from trail mix to pizza and pretzels. Included is a resource guide to organizations, as well as a shopping guide for hard-to-find items. If you thought that allergies meant missing out on nutrition, variety, and flavor, think again. With The Whole Foods Allergy Cookbook, you ll have both the wonderful taste you want and the radiant health you deserve. "


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The Whole Foods Allergy Cookbook is the first cookbook to eliminate all eight allergens responsible for ninety percent of food allergies. Each and every dish offered is free of dairy, eggs, wheat, soy, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, and shellfish. You ll find tempting recipes for breakfast pancakes, breads, and cereals; lunch soups, salads, spreads, and sandwiches; dinner entr The Whole Foods Allergy Cookbook is the first cookbook to eliminate all eight allergens responsible for ninety percent of food allergies. Each and every dish offered is free of dairy, eggs, wheat, soy, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, and shellfish. You ll find tempting recipes for breakfast pancakes, breads, and cereals; lunch soups, salads, spreads, and sandwiches; dinner entrees and side dishes; dessert puddings, cupcakes, cookies, cakes, and pies; and even after-school snacks ranging from trail mix to pizza and pretzels. Included is a resource guide to organizations, as well as a shopping guide for hard-to-find items. If you thought that allergies meant missing out on nutrition, variety, and flavor, think again. With The Whole Foods Allergy Cookbook, you ll have both the wonderful taste you want and the radiant health you deserve. "

30 review for The Whole Foods Allergy Cookbook: Two Hundred Gourmet & Homestyle Recipes for the Food Allergic Family

  1. 5 out of 5

    Karla

    I got this for my brother and sister in law some years ago. Many of the recipes they couldn't use due to ingredients that their children were allergic to. Many of the recipes that had some substitutions might be milk free but not dairy free. Frankly many of them were not appetizing nor easier to make even with the recipe. They thanked me but unable to use it. I got this for my brother and sister in law some years ago. Many of the recipes they couldn't use due to ingredients that their children were allergic to. Many of the recipes that had some substitutions might be milk free but not dairy free. Frankly many of them were not appetizing nor easier to make even with the recipe. They thanked me but unable to use it.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Fi

    This is the best allergy friendly cookbook I’ve found. It’s the one my mom used to make most of my childhood recipes back when I was first diagnosed as a kid. The world has come a long way since then, it’s wild to think that back then we didn’t even have gluten free bread available in grocery stores.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jenmikesmith

    By far my favorite cookbook I've used for food allergies. By far my favorite cookbook I've used for food allergies.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Sanju

    No one would never ever actually do this unless they absolutely had to ... but having had to, I would say that, even if there are no allergy issues, the pancakes are to die for. O.K. the recipe calls for about a zillion different types of exotic flours. Right, flours. Not flowers. To cook from this book requires a real relish for treasure hunting through the aisles of Whole Foods Market. (That is not a problem for us. We go to Whole Foods just for an outing ... for dates ... for fun ... And, esp No one would never ever actually do this unless they absolutely had to ... but having had to, I would say that, even if there are no allergy issues, the pancakes are to die for. O.K. the recipe calls for about a zillion different types of exotic flours. Right, flours. Not flowers. To cook from this book requires a real relish for treasure hunting through the aisles of Whole Foods Market. (That is not a problem for us. We go to Whole Foods just for an outing ... for dates ... for fun ... And, especially, now that we are stuck with the poor Dutch cousin, EKO Plaza, Whole Foods Market is like Valhalla for us.) And, one needs to clear off a whole bunch of kitchen pantry storage in which to store all the flours. If you do happen to have to search through EKO Plaza, then you might as well also clear out some vases for some various flowers, too. But, once these requirements have been met ... oh, and many many measuring cups. Because each flour requires a different amount. No, not one cup of this, and one cup of that. More like 1/3 cup of this and 1/8 cup of that, 3 tablespoons of this, 2 teaspoons of that ... Like a Zen meditation in patience of baking ... get this book mindfully, use this book mindfully ... and yet when you take that first bite of pancake, with maple syrup, mindfully, of course ... oh lalalala... The author has a sad personal history of allergies. One really feels for her and really really appreciates that she has written this. We very much appreciated this book. A super book. Lovely recipes. A dinner-saver-for-foodie-parents-of-allergic-children. A challenging book. But, like I said, if you are up to the challenges, even with no allergies, even if just for the pancakes ... good stuff here.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Mikhaela

    Got this from the library after being wowed by her later books, but it feels like a very early effort at allergy-free cooking, and many of the substitutions are just basic things I could figure out myself (like: replace milk with oat or rice milk) or are not exactly top-8 allergy free. Her later book, Allergy-Free and Easy Cooking, is SOOOO much better and really gets into how to make great, family-friendly food without eggs, dairy, nuts, sesame or other top 8+ foods, even in baking or making co Got this from the library after being wowed by her later books, but it feels like a very early effort at allergy-free cooking, and many of the substitutions are just basic things I could figure out myself (like: replace milk with oat or rice milk) or are not exactly top-8 allergy free. Her later book, Allergy-Free and Easy Cooking, is SOOOO much better and really gets into how to make great, family-friendly food without eggs, dairy, nuts, sesame or other top 8+ foods, even in baking or making condiments.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Diana

    I did not like this cookbook. It relies far too heavily on the use of Ener-G Egg Replacer...if I wanted to use strange replacement stuff, I would. I needed something that used regular ingredients that fit within my food budget and still avoided eggs (and peanuts and tree nuts, but those are pretty easy to avoid). The author's other cookbook is much more useful. I only pulled two recipes from here, and both were for game meats...and not that they were anything unique, but I thought I'd give them I did not like this cookbook. It relies far too heavily on the use of Ener-G Egg Replacer...if I wanted to use strange replacement stuff, I would. I needed something that used regular ingredients that fit within my food budget and still avoided eggs (and peanuts and tree nuts, but those are pretty easy to avoid). The author's other cookbook is much more useful. I only pulled two recipes from here, and both were for game meats...and not that they were anything unique, but I thought I'd give them a try.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Mary Rebecca

    A little too "granola" for my tastes, but it is a great resource and introduces lots of tasty substitutes (corn flakes for bread crumbs in meat loaf) that make living without much better. I would recommend it for savory items, but not for baking. Cybele Pascal wrote another cookbook specifically for baking and loosened up some of her restrictions on using refined sugar. It is great for finding baked goodies without the top 8 allergies. A little too "granola" for my tastes, but it is a great resource and introduces lots of tasty substitutes (corn flakes for bread crumbs in meat loaf) that make living without much better. I would recommend it for savory items, but not for baking. Cybele Pascal wrote another cookbook specifically for baking and loosened up some of her restrictions on using refined sugar. It is great for finding baked goodies without the top 8 allergies.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Leanna Manuel

    I admit to being profoundly disappointed. The book is loaded with information and recipes, and most of them look delicious. What was disappointing was that the recipes contained multiple ingredients that I am allergic to. Since the title indicated that it was for the food allergic family, I expected that common allergens such as wheat or corn would be absent. That was definitely not the case and substitutions for these ingredients within individual recipes were not addressed.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Kristin

    Great cookbook for those with food allergies. It's a relief to be able to took at something, think "yum!" and then not have to amend any of the ingredients. My only criticism is that she often uses barley flour in many of her baking recipes. And while barley is technically wheat-free, it is not gluten-free. Since gluten is the common protein that causes a wheat allergy, I wouldn't recommend using the barley flour recipes if you are at all sensitive to gluten. Great cookbook for those with food allergies. It's a relief to be able to took at something, think "yum!" and then not have to amend any of the ingredients. My only criticism is that she often uses barley flour in many of her baking recipes. And while barley is technically wheat-free, it is not gluten-free. Since gluten is the common protein that causes a wheat allergy, I wouldn't recommend using the barley flour recipes if you are at all sensitive to gluten.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Thais

    The only cookbook I found that every recipe is 100% allergy free. I love the snack section for my elementary school aged son. I once loved to cook, but after my son was diagnosed with 5 of the 8 major allergens, I no longer enjoyed it. This book makes me feel like I can love to cook again and not be stressed out about my son's health concerns. Worth the money. The only cookbook I found that every recipe is 100% allergy free. I love the snack section for my elementary school aged son. I once loved to cook, but after my son was diagnosed with 5 of the 8 major allergens, I no longer enjoyed it. This book makes me feel like I can love to cook again and not be stressed out about my son's health concerns. Worth the money.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Janelle

    It is nice to find an allergy-free cookbook that isn't full of processed junk. Most of the recipes make use of Ener-G egg replacer, but I used ground flax mixed with water instead and they turned out just fine. It is nice to find an allergy-free cookbook that isn't full of processed junk. Most of the recipes make use of Ener-G egg replacer, but I used ground flax mixed with water instead and they turned out just fine.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Emily

    Couple of good recipes. Need to check out again and try a few more (granola bars). Peanut butter crunchy balls were great along with the chocolate covered raisins. Cons: ALL baking recipes include Ener-G egg replacements.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Mandy Kotter

    Every recipe is free of the eight most common allergens. As someone who only needs to eliminate dairy and soy, I didn't find many must-try recipes. Since I feel like my food options are already so limited, I'm not going to eliminate anything I don't have to. Every recipe is free of the eight most common allergens. As someone who only needs to eliminate dairy and soy, I didn't find many must-try recipes. Since I feel like my food options are already so limited, I'm not going to eliminate anything I don't have to.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Charlene

    Finally, a cookbook for those who have so many food allergies. Also like her whole foods allergy cookbook blog. Am impatiently waiting for her next cookbook.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Marissa

    Lots of good information about a variety of ingredients and plenty of delicious-looking recipes!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

    Love this recipe book! Haven't found a recipe in it that wasn't awesome. Love this recipe book! Haven't found a recipe in it that wasn't awesome.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Helen Sica

  18. 5 out of 5

    Kim

  19. 4 out of 5

    Onalee

  20. 4 out of 5

    Deb

  21. 4 out of 5

    Alexandra

  22. 4 out of 5

    Jess

  23. 4 out of 5

    Rita Sosa-Hunt

  24. 4 out of 5

    Scott Miller

  25. 4 out of 5

    Andrea L Barrington

  26. 5 out of 5

    Ashley

  27. 5 out of 5

    Thomas Butterfield

  28. 4 out of 5

    Torrie Levins

  29. 4 out of 5

    Katterley

  30. 5 out of 5

    Jessica Judd

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