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Times are tough and gluten-free prepared products are expensive. Bravo to Nicole Hunn for giving us Gluten-Free on a Shoestring, 125 Easy Recipes for Eating Well on the Cheap (DaCapo Lifelong Books). Blogger-turned-cookbook author Hunn successfully tackles a chief complaint voiced by special-diet newbies: sticker shock.
Think about the earth, the sun, the seasons. Think about your body, your health and the produce you eat, fresh and local. Balanced eating for vibrant wellness is within reach, thanks to Cookin Up Good Vibrations (Inspired Wisdom Press) by Miriam Katz. Formerly the chief nutritionist at New York University Medical Center, Katz collaborates with nonprofit Jwaian Muktika School for Illumination in Whitefish, Montana, to promote a self-awareness that includes cleaning up mealtime.
Mom-on-a-mission Danna Korn, well-known author of books about gluten-free living and cooking, offers updated advice on raising a child with special dietary needs in Gluten-Free Kids, Raising Happy, Healthy Children with Celiac Disease, Autism, and Other Conditions (Woodbine House). This new edition expands on Korns original Kids with Celiac Disease to embrace all families with youngsters who could benefit from an adjusted diet, including children with Down syndrome and those with autism spectrum disorders.
Want to dazzle your family and guests with your special-diet cooking? Living Gluten and Dairy-Free with French Gourmet Food (Alain Braux International Publishing) is your recipe for success. Traditionally trained chef Alain Braux proves that eating gluten free and dairy free can be a culinary adventure full of sensuous good taste. A nutri-therapist who is gluten intolerant himself, Braux is adept at customizing nutritionally dense meals for those with special dietary needs.