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Sunday, March 01, 2009

The Milk Allergy Companion & Cookbook

Here's a new cookbook aimed at those who have milk allergies, and so also valuable for those with lactose intolerance. The Milk Allergy Companion & Cookbook, by Juventa Vezzani.

Product Description
The Milk Allergy Companion & Cookbook is a wonderful guide and cookbook for those who have a milk allergy or who know someone with one. If you're tired of cooking two separate meals to accommodate a milk allergy, then this is the cookbook for you!

With over 11 years experience and 2 years in test kitchens, the Milk Allergy Companion & Cookbook can help you make tasty meals using normal ingredients that the whole family can enjoy. Inside you'll find over 175 tested recipes, amazingly all dairy-free, a shopping and eating out guide, a list of hidden sources of dairy, ideas for nursing moms who have to go off of all dairy, ideas for birthday parties, school, and other special occasions, quick meal ideas and a list of dairy-free snacks, as well as tips and tricks for cooking dairy-free. With The Milk Allergy Companion & Cookbook, you can embrace and savor life, in spite of your milk allergy. For more information, visit:

About the Author
Juventa Vezzani has had over 11 years experience in dealing with the milk allergies of four out of five of her children. She has extensive knowledge in how to adapt recipes, shop, and cook dairy-free. This cookbook is a compilation of recipes from friends as well as from her own kitchen. Each recipe has been tested and approved in multiple test kitchens. She has a BA in Latin American Studies and loves cooking, scrapbooking, music composition, and spending time with husband and children.

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