Living gluten-free is not a whole lot of fun, but at least April has managed to make it funny. Gluten Is My Bitch is a brutally honest, entertaining look at what living a gluten-free life entails. As an antidote to the tragic news that, no, you will never eat regular donuts again, April provides 40 gluten-free comfort food recipes and a bonus 20 new recipes in the paperback edition that will make even the most frustrated gluten-intolerant smile with relief. In the new paperback, April addresses the challenges of sustaining a gluten-free lifestyle once you’ve transitioned from the gluten-filled world. With updated resources and brand-new recipes for everyday meals, the paperback offers a complete look at living gluten-free for life.
This is the perfect personalized gift for a Celiac? This awesome notebook is the best gift Idea - whether for you or a friend. Crafted by the team at No Crumbs Publishers, this personalized notebook makes an awesome gift. Perfect for school, writing poetry, use as a diary, gratitude writing, travel journal or dream journal Journal Features: 6"x9" dimensions - the perfect size to fit in a handbag, a backpack, or to have sitting on a desk 100 Lined white pages Printed on high-quality paper Stylish matte finish with a Funny Gluten Quote Stylish Cover Perfect for use as a journal, notebook or diary to write important notes or thoughts in. Personalized notebooks and journals are a thoughtful gift Perfect birthday gift, Christmas Gift, Father Day, Mothers Day, Secret Santa, gag gift, Christmas, Holiday, or project employee appreciation gift for any office environment.or any occasion. Scroll up and buy this awesome notebook now, and receive quick shipping with Amazon so that you can receive it as soon as possible!
Gluten-free products are everywhere these days, but what does it take to truly go gluten-free? Whether you’re gluten intolerant, have been diagnosed with celiac disease or another condition, or are simply curious about the potential benefits of gluten-free living, this user-friendly book presents everything you need to get started and stick with it. Presented in a straightforward format and sprinkled with a helping of hard-won wisdom and experience, THE GLUTEN-FREE CHEAT SHEET provides essential information, practical tips, appealing recipes, and convenient meal plans—all from the heart, mind, and kitchen of April Peveteaux, creator of the popular blog Gluten Is My Bitch. This punchy, practical guide includes: • 100 simple, delicious recipes • 30 days of menus and meal plans • Shopping lists • Tips for eating out • Hard-won secrets for staying gluten-free, and loving it From the Trade Paperback edition.
When you have to give up gluten, either for yourself or a family member, you may think you have to say good-bye to all of the comforting foods you love. It's hard enough adopting a new way of eating, but the idea of giving up your favorite fried chicken, mac 'n' cheese, or oatmeal raisin cookies is downright unfair and intimidating (and if your kids are the ones diagnosed, it can be even more difficult!). It's a story Jilly and Jessie Lagasse know well. With a father famous for his bold Creole cuisine, Jilly and Jessie grew up loving rich foods full of big flavor. When they learned they both had to eliminate gluten, the Lagasse girls made it their mission to demonstrate that "gluten-free" doesn't have to mean "flavor-free." After years of gluten-free eating and experimentation, they're here to help you re-create classic recipes and all-time favorites made without gluten—without sacrificing any of the signature flavors that make them so irresistible. Using everyday ingredients you can find at most grocery stores, Jilly and Jessie share recipes for breakfasts, lunches (including hearty salads and soups), appetizers, mains, and, of course, scrumptious desserts. With dairy-free and quick-and-easy options as well, Jilly and Jessie make gluten-free eating simple and extraordinarily delicious—whether you're cooking for one or two, hosting a family get-together, or feeding the whole Little League team.
Living the food allergy life and having a kid who can't have dairy, tree nuts, peanuts, or soy is not easy. And neither is worrying about accommodating all the food requirements at a play date. From avoiding major food allergens and respecting food preferences like vegetarian or vegan to being aware of religious practices like keeping kosher, making a simple snack resembles navigating a minefield. Thankfully, Bake Sales Are My B*tch is here to help. April Peveteaux’s 50-plus recipes cover the eight major food allergens and everything from school lunches, kids parties, sleepover foods, after-school snacks, and, yes, bake sales. In Bake Sales Are My B*tch, she gets into the nitty-gritty of food allergies, from deadly serious reactions to how to deal with those who don't take your kid's allergy seriously. Whether you're a freaked-out parent or not, Pevetaux lends some much-needed guidance--and teaches you to make party foods that'll be a surefire hit.
For vegans and non vegans, and bakers of all levels, an essential, easy-to-use cookbook for healthy and delicious vegan baking from Kim Barnouin, the nutritionist who's been leading the vegan zeitgeist for years as the nutritionist and co-author of the bestselling Skinny Bitch series. From pies to breads, to cookies, Skinny Bitch Bakery includes 80 fully tested recipes accompanied by full-color photographs of these delectable vegan baked goods, and Barnouins' fun, non-nonsense voice and vast expertise sparkle on every page. Whether you're a novice or have been a devoted baker for years, Skinny Bitch Bakery is a cookbook that will bring out the best vegan baker in everyone.
If I had not taken my health into my own hands I would have been a gold mine for Big Pharma. High Blood Pressure. Chronic Back Pain. Arthritis. Insomnia. Anxiety. Excessive sweating. Allergies. Insanely huge ulcers in my mouth misdiagnosed as herpes (this is a good one . . . stay tuned!) Ulcers in my nose misdiagnosed and treated as allergies. Not to mention the disaster that was my stomach. The list goes on and on. Everything that could be wrong with me, was. And my medical provider was more than willing to whip out her prescription pad to treat symptoms as if they were the actual disease. But I refused to believe that, after being relatively healthy my whole life, my body was simply falling apart from a whole bunch of diseases at the age of 35.This is the story of how I discovered what was wrong with me and finally received healing after decades of living with an undiagnosed autoimmune disorder. I am sharing this because it is estimated that 80% of people with celiac disease are undiagnosed. With over 200 identifiable symptoms-everything from stomach problems to skin issues, anxiety, enamel loss, and on, and on-celiac can be hard to nail down. Two people with the same disease can have very different symptoms. And medical professionals are generally not trained to look for it, at least not in the United States.I was lucky. I got better. Too many people are being treated for their symptoms instead of the autoimmune disease or food intolerance that is causing it. Maybe you're one of those unfortunate people, or maybe someone you love is. In Death by Gluten: How Undiagnosed Celiac Almost Cost Me My Life, I will explain how I finally solved the mystery of my waning health, and how others with undiagnosed celiac can reclaim their lives as well. Don't let your doctor brush your symptoms under the rug. When it comes to a disease that is largely ignored the way this one is, you must take your health into your own hands.
MICHAEL STRELOW WEAVES THE STORY OF A TOWN and its mysteries in his debut novel, The Greening of Ben Brown, an Oregon Book Award Finalist for fiction 2005. Ben Brown, the protagonist, becomes a citizen of East Leven, Oregon, after he recovers from an electrocution that has not left him dead but has turned him green. He befriends eighteen year-old Andrew James and together they unearth a chemical spill cover-up that forces the town to confront its demons and its citizens to choose sides. Strelow's lyrical prose and his talent for storytelling come together in this poetic and important first work that looks at how a town and the natural environment are inextricably linked. The Greening of Ben Brown will find itself in good company on the shelves between Winesburg, Ohio and To Kill a Mockingbird and readers of both will have a new story to cherish.