From Alisa Fleming:
New Guide and Cookbook for Milk and Egg Allergies from Go Dairy Free Founder
Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living was recently released by Alisa Fleming, creator and chief editor of the informational website godairyfree.org. Within this extensive resource readers will find the largest dairy substitutes section currently available in any book, vital health and nutrition information for dairy-free living, a thorough calcium guide, everyday tips for shopping, cooking, and dining, and of course, recipes.
The roughly 225 recipes cover homemade dairy alternatives, meals, desserts, and everything in between, offering a unique blend of comfort food appeal and nutrition. To fulfill cravings, readers will find numerous recipes for stovetop macaroni and “cheese,” lasagna, enchiladas, creamy soups , “milk” shakes, and “ice cream.” For everyday needs, there are also recipes for breakfast foods, such as homemade granola and pancakes; celebrations, such as birthday cakes with various types of frosting; quick snacks, such as instant puddings and easy dips; and meal helpers, such as a mock condensed cream of mushroom soup.
While milk-free living is the focus of Go Dairy Free, Fleming does not hesitate to address various dietary needs. The entire book is egg allergy-friendly, and an easy to read food allergy chart caters to individuals who are also gluten-free, wheat-free, soy-free, and/or nut-free.
In order to make the information available to as many people as possible, Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook is being offered in both paperback and ebook formats. Both the physical book and ebook can be purchased directly from www.godairyfree.org with free domestic shipping and affordable international shipping. In addition, Go Dairy Free is available via www.Amazon.com and Amazon Kindle for kindle subscribers.