Everyday Gluten Free Cookbook

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The new gluten free cookbook,
Bob’s Red Mill Everyday Gluten-Free Cookbook: 281 Delicious Whole-Grain Recipes, by recipe developer and cookbook author Camilla Saulsbury, is a must have if you are gluten intolerant.

Yes, there are a lot of gluten-free products on the market today, but some of them are as unhealthy as regular junk food. They are just gluten free. Making your own cookies, cakes, breads and muffins, soups, stews and main dishes ensures that you are getting great tasting gluten free food that is also healthy.

Camilla is a wonderful recipe developer. She and her family eat gluten-free themselves, so you know these recipes weren’t developed just to follow a trend. She serves them to her family. That’s always a plus when you are looking at a cookbook. We have probably all bought cookbooks in the past where the recipes were never really tested and they don’t work. Camilla’s recipes do work and I have tried many of them from several of her cookbooks. They’re very good.

There are more than 281 recipes in this new book that highlight the health benefits of a gluten-free diet. Some of the fabulous and inventive recipes that Camilla has created in this gluten-free cookbook include:

  • Maple Ancient Grain Crunch
  • Peachy Chia Smoothie
  • Dutch Puff Pancake with Raspberry Chia Jam
  • Chocolate Buckwheat Granola
  • Quinoa and Eggplant Parmesan Soup
  • Smoky Chipotle Quinoa Burgers
  • Lowcountry Okra, Tomatoes and Black-Eyed Peas with Creamy Millet
  • Rainbow Chard, Chia and Apricot Salad
  • Garden Vegetable Quinoa Chili
  • Sesame Ginger Pork with Millet Slaw
  • Carrot Bread with Coconut and Cardamom
  • Ancient Grain Chocolate Chip Cookies
  • Multigrain Blueberry Muffins
  • No Bake Chocolate Quinoa Cookies

We have graciously been allowed to reprint one of Camilla’s gluten free recipes on www.CookingNook.com. I have chosen to share her Kale and Chorizo Soup with you. You can find the full recipe here.

Camilla sprinkles gluten-free cooking and baking tips throughout her latest book, as well as information on how to adapt your own favorite recipes into gluten-free versions. And she has a wealth of knowledge about gluten free eating because she has been eating gluten free for years herself.

This cookbook really is one to have if you need to eat gluten free. The recipes are interesting, taste great and are tested. It’s a valuable resource for a gluten free kitchen. I rate it a “buy”.

Here are some Amazon.com reviews of Bob’s Red Mill Everyday Gluten-Free Cookbook: 281 Delicious Whole-Grain Recipes:

Great book–Easy & Delicious Recipes for Ancient Grains & More

By Muriel S, Paperback Verified Purchase

I love Bob’s Red Mill products and I love this book. I have been gluten-free for 8 years and have wanted to add more ancient grains into my diet. Finding recipes has been a challenge.This is exactly what I was hoping for. Excellent overview of the grains – teff, sorghum, millet, chia seeds, quinoa, amaranth, oats, buckwheat – as well as the flours in the front of the book, including overview of how to cook with each. The recipes are very easy, inspired and appealing.

Great Resource for Discovering Ancient Whole Grains

By Dee L

We love cookbooks that introduce the home cook to ingredients, techniques and cooking methods they may not already be familiar with. It’s so easy to get stuck in a rut making our favorites, but Bob’s Red Mill EveryDay Gluten-Free Cookbook is a valuable resource for introducing you to many gluten-free grains that can become part of your daily menu repertoire… Author Saulsbury’s recipes use an array of easy to find, affordable ingredients to create some new favorites for your family, including Eggplant, Lentil and Quinoa Salad, Tipsy Sweet Potato Pie, and Tacos stuffed with Ancient Grain, Avocado and Mango.

Love these recipes!

By Especially Happy TOP 1000 REVIEWER

I haven’t gone completely gluten-free (yet), but I have definitely veered in that direction. I do notice that I feel better when I don’t have as much gluten in my diet and I also like trying out different grains, too. In this cookbook, I found a lot of excellent recipes, including delicious baked goods, which I’m just not wanting to give up. I’ve tried lots of recipes and had good success with them, too. I also like having the chance to learn about some of these “ancient grains” that I just have not been very familiar with, like quinoa and amaranth. The book includes recipes for every meal of the day, all of them filled with nutritious ingredients.

My whole family has become addicted to the banana breakfast cookies, I make a big batch and keep them in the freezer. It’s easy to warm them in the morning and my kids love having cookies for breakfast. We often pair the cookies with the coconut custard with chia and mango, it’s so creamy and good.

Lots of whole-grain recipes for gluten-free folks

By cultured cook

Looks like the new whole-grain trend in gluten-free cuisine is here to stay! …Camilla’s recipes mostly depend on whole-grain flours like amaranth, teff, and quinoa, and she doesn’t resort to any of the gums and stabilizers that are so common in other gluten-free books. (Especially books about baking.) Along with plenty of mains, sides, and snacks, she includes breads, muffins, and desserts, many of which are inspired by culinary traditions in parts of the world where wheat is not king, like tortillas made with quinoa and oats (that’s an interesting idea!) and traditional Ethiopian injera made of teff that’s allowed to ferment overnight to produce a flavor that’s akin to sourdough bread.

Best resource on ancient grains/ excellent recipes

By gluten-free mama

A superior book. The recipes are very easy and extremely delicious. Great information about how to cook gluten-free ancient grains (teff, quinoa, amaranth, sorghum, millet, chia) as well as oats and buckwheat.

Also has diverse recipes for flours from these ancient grains. The ancient grain chocolate chip cookies are heavenly and there is an all-oat muffin recipe that is extremely simple that has become my new go-to recipe.

About the Author

Camilla Saulsbury is a freelance food writer, recipe developer and cooking instructor. Her passion is developing fresh, innovative, and delicious recipes for the home kitchen.

Camilla has been involved in the world of food for almost 20 years, including catering specialty desserts, writing cookbooks and freelance food articles, and developing recipes for national food companies. She has also won several of the country’s top cooking competitions, including the $100,000 National Chicken Cook-Off and Top Chef Desserts $5000 Viewer Challenge.

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