To complement my books, I’ve created some topic-specific posts. These dairy-free book resources include more helpful information and recommendations that are better suited to online.
More Book Resources for Eat Dairy Free
The following posts are supplements to Eat Dairy Free: Your Essential Cookbook for Everyday Meals, Snacks, and Sweets. It is a full-color dairy-free cookbook with delicious options for many special diet needs.
See the specific products and brands I used to create the recipes in Eat Dairy Free.
This is one of the four menu plans in Eat Dairy Free, and it’s very versatile for special diet needs. This post includes a complete printable shopping list that you can pare down based on what you need.
You might think you know, but this is the BEST way for foolproof, healthy results, plus tips for reducing the arsenic, what types to buy, and the nutritional benefits of leftover rice.
I don’t like to put products in books, as sadly they discontinue from time to time. But this supplemental list includes my current favorite dairy-free packaged snacks for keeping hunger at bay when you can’t get to the kitchen.
More Book Resources for Go Dairy Free
The following posts are supplements to Go Dairy Free: The Ultimate Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living. It’s the 2nd edition of my best-selling dairy-free book!
See the specific products and brands I used to create the recipes in Go Dairy Free.
This includes printable shopping lists for “just” dairy free, dairy-free and gluten-free, dairy-free and soy-free, dairy-free and nut-free, and vegan diets.
This post actually includes three printable meal plans to make dairy-free living easier: Easy Family Friendly, Comfort Cuisine, and Top Food Allergy-Friendly.
Think you don’t need to worry about food in your skincare? You might need to think again. This page includes posts on the topic of skincare as I add them.