The Gluten-Free Italian Vegetarian Kitchen

The Gluten-Free Italian Vegetarian Kitchen

More Than 225 Meat-Free, Wheat-Free, and Gluten-Free Recipes for Delicious and Nutricious Italian Dishes

Format
ePub
Price
$9.99
 
Additional Formats
  • ePub
  • ISBN 9781101634646
  • 256 Pages
  • Perigee
  • Adult

Overview

From tantalizing appetizers to delicious desserts, The Gluten-Free Italian Vegetarian Kitchen is a collection of authentic Italian dishes with a vegetarian and gluten-free twist. Made with ingredients that you can find at most local supermarkets, you can use these recipes and advice to prepare healthy meals for any occasion and any time of day.

• More than 225 recipes for appetizers, soups, salads, breads, pizzas, panini, gnocchi, risotto, polenta, and other main dishes, brunch, and dessert
• Dishes are specified as dairy-free, egg-free, lacto-ovo, dairy-and-egg-free, vegan, and/or low-carb
• Tips and information on eating gluten-free • Nutritional analysis of calories, protein, total fat, saturated fat, cholesterol, sodium, carbohydrates, and dietary fiber for every recipe
• A glossary of gluten-free specialty ingredients This is a gluten-free vegetarian cookbook—with lots of vegan choices—for anyone who is wheat intolerant but longing for the home-cooked goodness of Italian fare.

Praise

“This collection of authentic Italian dishes features recipes for healthy meals that fit any occasion and any time of day and made with ingredients found at most local supermarkets. Dishes are specified as dairy-free, egg-free, lacto-ovo, dairy-and-egg-free, vegan or low-carb, and include nutritional analyses and information and tips on eating gluten-free.”
—Food & Nutrition

“I recommend The Gluten-Free Vegetarian Kitchen, by Donna Klein.”
—Wheat-Free & Meat-Free

Reviews for Donna Klein’s The Gluten Free Vegetarian Kitchen.

“Donna Klein is a well-known cookbook author but what did she know about being gluten-free? Well, I must say I am truly impressed. The book does a good job of outlining the “Celiac Diet” and places where the perfidious gluten can hide. Ms. Klein makes great use of the alternative flours and gluten free ingredients, highlighting the natural flavors of gluten free food. For a meat-eater like me, it was useful to have all of the recipes categorized by Dairy-Free, Egg-Free, Vegan etc. As a diabetic, it was great to see which recipes were labeled as “low-carb” AND have the nutrition facts for each recipe. I had a great time pouring through the cookbook selecting which ones to make first. I decided to have a dinner party with a few friends (Celiac and not) to give the recipes a test run. Everyone loved the food. Meat-eaters, gluten-eaters and the vegetarian-Celiac all gave the recipes rave reviews.”
—A Gluten-Free Guide

“A wonderful vegetarian resource.”
—Publishers Weekly
 
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