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    sugarsue is offline INCIIDer - A Community Creator
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    Default GF/CF Cookbooks?

    Do you have any gluten free/casein free cookbooks that you recommend? Our doc said this would be helpful for me. I would need something that offered easy, fast recipies that would be interesting for kids.

    Thanks!

    Susan

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    here are somethings that I found. Haven't tried anything but it might get you started. karen

    http://www.gfcfrecipes.com/
    http://gfcfcookbook.blogspot.com/
    http://www.amazon.com/tag/gfcf%20cookbook/products

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    Default We can do casein but

    we have been doing well with the Enjoy Life products. They have some nice recipes on their website www.enjoylifefoods.com. Dd (16 months) is allergic to wheat, soy and peanuts. She likes their cereal bars. I have heard their granola is pretty good, and we'll try that as she gets older. The website has some good tips too.

    I use enjoy life stuff for convenience foods. For meals I do simple meat recipes, lots of veggies, and potatoes or rice.

    Hope things get better soon!

    Ann

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    -any and all books by carol fenster are great
    -the special diet for special kids (both 1 & 2) are good (vol give more background on why the gfcf diet helps along with recipes, vol 2 is more recipes)

    good bread type recipes (but have adapt for dairy) are any by bette hagman aka the gluten free gourmet

    for good recipes w/o dairy/caesin google "vegan recipe for X"
    *vegan ones will be free of all animal products including dairy/caesin and eggs bwt. whereas vegetarian recipes will be free of meat.

    gfcfKids yahoogroup is very helpful as well

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