Synopses & Reviews
What's a Dairy-aholic to Do When Dairy Is No Longer an Option?With easy-to-prepare recipes and ingredient tips for over 100 innovative creations, DENISE JARDINE proves that you don't have to give up the foods you love if you're one of the fifty million Americans suffering from some degree of dairy intolerance or allergy. Recipes for DAIRY-FREE LIVING presents delicious meals, from Strawberry Banana Pancakes and Potato Leek Soup to Wild Mushroom Lasagna and Toasted Coconut Ice Cream. Having personally tested dozens of products, Jardine offers practical, informed advice for purchasing 100% dairy-free ingredients, all of which can be found in the supermarket, and includes an in-depth discussion on calcium absorption, food labeling, and dairy alternatives. Featuring ten special-occasion menus with detailed planning tips for year-round holiday entertaining, RECIPES FOR DAIRY-FREE LIVING makes cooking dairy-free fun, delicious, and satisfying.• Learn the important differences between lactose intolerance and dairy allergies, and how to read labels when buying dairy-free products.• Includes a handy at-a-glance table featuring calcium-rich foods and their absorption rates.Reviews:"There is hope." —The Philadelphia News "Love pizza and ice cream, but they don't agree with you? Then cookbook author and chef Denise Jardine has written a cookbook just for you." —Baton Rouge Advocate
More than 50 million Americans suffer from some form of dairy intolerance. So what's a dairy-aholic to do when dairy is no longer an option? In "Recipes for Dairy-Free Living," Denise Jardine proves that you don't have to give up the foods you love even if you have to give up dairy. With easy-to-prepare recipes and ingredient tips for over 100 innovative creations, "Recipes for Dairy-Free Living" presents delicious meals that mimic the rich and creamy flavors and textures of dairy products.
About the Author
DENISE JARDINE has worked in the food industry for over fifteen years, and has a long-standing interest in diet, food allergies, and nutrition. She lives in Northern California with her family.