The Everyday Dairy-free Cookbook
Over 180 Delicious Recipes to Make Eating A PleasureUnknown - 2003
Lactose intolerance means the inability to digest lactose and those who suffer from it must avoid dairy product; cream, butter, cheese, yogurt, as well as many prepared foods that have had lactose added, such as cereals, bread, salad dressings, frozen meals. The Everyday Dairy-Free Cookbook provides invaluable guidance on living with lactose intolerance without feeling as if you are being denied the pleasure of food. The recipes included here are specially created for the dairy-free lifestyle. The range is vast, covering soups, dips and starters, light meals to main dishes, fish, vegetarian dishes, salad dressings and sauces. Not to overlook the truly interesting offerings, there is also a wide range of dessert recipes included here: ice cream, pastries and other baked treats; even breakfast options! - Contains 200 recipes - Includes a special section on catering to children's needs, tastes - Includes nutritional analysis for each recipe - Suggested daily menus If you or someone you know suffers from lactose intolerance, suffer no more. There is an easier way to live and enjoy: The Everyday Dairy-Free Cookbook.
Publisher: Toronto : Key Porter Books, c2003
Branch Call Number: 641.563 Rog
Characteristics: vii, 199 p. : ill. (some col.)