Are you new to the gluten-free lifestyle? Having a hard time making sense of it all? Not sure what it all means? The Everything Guide to Living Gluten-Free (Adams Media 2013) is the perfect handbook to help you through the transition to living gluten-free.
In The Everything Guide to Living Gluten-free, you will find:
- an understanding of what gluten is, where it is found, and why it is harmful to so many people today.
- why a gluten-free diet helps those with celiac disease, as well other symptoms that can be alleviated by a gluten-free diet.
- how to read labels, set up your gluten-free kitchen, and avoid cross contamination.
- tips on how to travels and eat out while maintaining your gluten-free diet.
- how to be an advocate for your child at school, with their friend’s, and other family members.
PLUS over 100 delicious gluten-free recipes to help get you started on your new life.
The Everything Guide to Living Gluten-Free is available for order now!
You can order through:
- Amazon.com (affiliate link, if you purchase through this link, I earn a pennies)
- Barnes & Noble
- Chapters/Indigo Books
- or pretty much any other online bookstore.
Gold winner of the 2013 Gluten Free Author awards – Both the Favorite Gluten Free Book, and Favorite Gluten Free Cookbook.
I encourage you to “Like” and add your review to any of the above sites. Please feel free to share this book information with anyone new to, or struggling with, a gluten-free diet. Thank you for helping me spread the word! ~ Jeanine
For media inquiries, or for more more information on the book, please email me at Jeanine@thebakingbeauties.com and I will respond as quickly as possible.
For wholesale inquiries, contact F+W Media Company
February 4, 2013 – Manitoba Blogger Publishes Book on Living Gluten-Free
See What Others Have to Say; Links to Book Reviews
Unsure if the book is for you? Read reviews left on Amazon.com by people that have read the book.
Marisa from Tasty Delights
“The recipes are easy and simple to follow even for a beginner. This book is chock full of recipes that take you from breakfast waffles, lunch quesadillas, pasta dinners and into show stopper desserts like, decadent chocolate cake, cinnamon raisin biscuits, doughnuts and even arts and crafts for the kids!”
Alta from Tasty Eats at Home
In this guide, she takes you from the beginning steps of gluten-free living, describing what gluten is (even including primitive versions of wheat, such as einkorn and emmer, which I found interesting), what celiac disease is, other related disorders and diseases, and other reasons one might go gluten-free. There are beginning steps describing how to eliminate gluten from your diet, including probably the most daunting task to someone new to a gluten-free diet – how to reading labels. Jeanine gives detailed tips that make this process as easy as possible.
…the first part is focused on everything else besides recipes … what is gluten, why you might need to be gluten free, symptoms, testing, navigating living gluten free and learning to embrace living gluten free. I love that last part!
Carol from Easy to be Gluten-Free
I would wholeheartedly recommend this book to anyone who is on or is considering a gluten free diet or to educate yourself if you have a friend or loved one who eats gluten free. Jeanine has a writing style that explains everything in a way that is interesting and easy to understand, and after reading this book I am sure you will find the gluten free diet much less intimidating and overwhelming than you may have thought it would be.
Lauren from Lauren Kelly Nutrition
This book is so well written and informative and it’s a great resource for anyone who is thinking about going gluten-free or someone who has been gluten-free for years.
Kim from cook IT allergy free
This is one of the newest cookbooks on the gluten-free scene! The Everything Guide to Living Gluten-Free is written by Jeanine Friesen, of The Baking Beauties, and it is the perfect book to help you transition to a gluten-free lifestyle!
Jax from Gluten-free Ontario
If you are new to the gluten-free lifestyle, this book is a must have. Heck, even if you are a Celiac veteran this would be a welcome addition to your cookbook collection.
Jodi from Prairie Sky Wellness
…I was expecting a cook book with a few tips about cross contamination and eating out. Boy, was I surprised! This book is a treasure. Almost half is dedicated to the intricacies associated with true gluten free living. While Jeanine points out that there is a fad component to going GF, she focuses her attention on the true need of gluten intolerant folks to be completely gluten-free.