From the Founder of GoDairyFree.org …
The Best-Selling Guide and Cookbook For Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living
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Millions of people enjoy a healthy lifestyle free from milk products, and thanks to Go Dairy Free, the best-selling dairy free cookbook and guide, you can join them without sacrifice. Whether you are contending with a milk allergy or sensitivity, avoiding lactose, seeking lasting weight loss, looking to permanently resolve acne, interested in increased energy and disease prevention, or taking the leap from vegetarian to vegan, Go Dairy Free will empower you to make the transition with ease.
Within this complete dairy-free cookbook and guide you will discover …
Over 225 Delicious Dairy-Free Recipes with numerous options to satisfy dairy cravings, while focusing on naturally rich and delicious whole foods. There are multiple recipes in Go Dairy Free for “old favorites” such as lasagna, enchiladas, ice cream, and macaroni and “cheese,” in addition to everyday recipes for other foods that frequently harbor milk ingredients, such as snacks, breads, soups, and desserts.
Just a few of the author’s favorite everyday recipes include:
Stovetop Macaroni & “Cheese”
Chocolate Chip Cookies
Creamy Pesto-Inspired Pasta
Of course, special events have not been forgotten in Go Dairy Free. For the holidays, recipes like the Condensed Crème of Mushroom Soup and Sweetened Condensed Coconut Milk will work seamlessly as substitutes in those time-tested recipes, while the Coco-Nog, Cheese-Free Scalloped Potatoes, and Pumpkin “Cheesecake” recipes may become new traditions on your seasonal menu.
For birthdays and celebrations, take your pick from the Simply Wonderful White Cake, Yellow Birthday Cake, or Wacky Chocolate Cake, to be mixed and matched with the assorted frosting recipes, including Fudgy Chocolate, “Buttercream,” Cashew Chai, and “Cream Cheese.” To round out the dessert plates, you can opt for a dollop of the Cool Whipped Coconut Cream or a scoop of the Very Vanilla Ice Cream topped with Magical Chocolate Shell or some Sweet and Silky Butterscotch Sauce.
A Comprehensive Guide to Dairy Substitutes which explains how to purchase, use, and prepare alternatives for butter, cheese, cream, milk, and much more, from scratch. With four entire chapters dedicated to this topic alone, it has been touted as the most extensive dairy substitute resource available. Some of the substitute recipes you will find within the Go Dairy Free cookbook include:
Cashew Crème “Cheese”
Coconut or Soy Yogurt
Whipped Buttery Spread
Grocery Shopping Information from suspect ingredients lists and label-reading assistance to food suggestions and money-saving tips.
A Detailed Calcium Chapter to identify calcium-rich foods and supplements and understand other factors involved in building and maintaining strong bones.
An In-Depth Health Section that explains dairy, details the signs and symptoms of various dairy-related illnesses (including lactose intolerance, milk allergies, and galactosemia), and thoroughly addresses protein, fat, and nutrient issues in the dairy-free transition.
Everyday Living Tips with suggestions for skincare, supplements, store-bought foods, restaurant dining, travel, celebrations, and other social situations.
Infant Milk Allergy Checklists that go into detail on signs, symptoms, and solutions for babies with milk allergies or intolerances.
Multiple Food Allergy and Vegan-Friendly Resources including a recipe index to quickly reference which recipes are vegan and which are free from soy, eggs, wheat, gluten, peanuts, and/or tree nuts.
Whether you are new to dairy-free living or have been milk-free for a lifetime, Go Dairy Free has something to offer. Satisfied customers of this dairy free cookbook and guide include those who are lactose intolerant, milk allergic, vegan, gluten-free / casein-free, family members of those with autism and galactosemia, acne sufferers, pursuing weight loss, and health seekers who are looking for increased energy and disease prevention. Go Dairy Free doesn’t tell you to cut out milk products, it gives you all of the information you need to actually do it!
About the Author
Alisa Fleming founded GoDairyFree.org in 2004. Her initial mission was simply to share what she had learned about dairy-free living with others, since there was so little cohesive information available. Yet, to her surprise, the demand was tremendous and the site quickly grew. Today, GoDairyFree.org is host to over 5000 pages of information and approximately one million visitors per year. Upon the urging of viewers, and after five years of research, writing, and perfecting recipes, Alisa Fleming finally released Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living. Determined to continue with her passions for health, nutrition, and good food, Fleming has voluntarily left her career as a financial analyst to continue in the field of freelance writing, fitness, and as an author for special diets.
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