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The Milk-Free Kitchen

Living Well Without Dairy Products

Beth Kidder; Introductions by Harold M. Friedman, M.D.

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Here is the only all-purpose, appetizers-to-candy cookbook for the millions of Americans who must avoid having milk and milk products in their diets. Included here are many easy-to-follow recipes for baked goods (which are usually laden with dairy products) for the lactose intolerant or milk-allergic sufferer who must either learn to bake milk-free or go without cakes, cookies, pies, muffins, biscuits, and puddings. The appendix also lists recipes for baked goods that are egg-free.

"Most people who deal with food intolerances day in and day out become pretty good 'scratch' cooks. I wrote this book as an all-occasion cookbook. The idea is to give you lots of choices. The Milk-Free Kitchen is focused on all the things you can have. The idea behind every recipe here is that the food should taste good. I hope you will enjoy your milk-free meals and that you and the people with whom you share them will not feel deprived or 'different'"—Beth Kidder

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The Milk-Free Kitchen
Living with AllergiesPeople with allergies live in a somewhat different world from the ordinary. Whereas a heart patient can have occasional small amounts of saturated fat without any ill effects, someone who is allergic to a food will know soon and painfully if he or she ate the wrong thing.Living with food allergy implies a whole different way of looking at food. Constant vigilance becomes second nature. People with food allergies have difficulty at buffet meals and learn either to eat beforehand or else contribute a dish. Scrutinizing salads and examining unfamiliar
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"This is the largest and most comprehensive collection of milk-free recipes currently in print . . . A well-designed and easy-to-use cookbook. "-Booklist

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

  • Beth Kidder; Introductions by Harold M. Friedman, M.D.

  • Beth Kidder lives in central Illinois and has worked as a research technician. She is the mother of two grown children, both of whom are allergic to milk.
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The Milk-Free Kitchen

Living Well Without Dairy Products

Beth Kidder; Introductions by Harold M. Friedman, M.D.

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