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Sunday, November 15, 2009

Cooking for Food Allergies Everyday & Gourmet


Libby Avery announced her new egg-free diary-free cookbook, Cooking for Food Allergies Everyday & Gourmet via a press release.

Libby Avery is a mother who for over 30 years has created recipes for her daughter who suffers from severe egg and dairy food allergies. Libby’s love of cooking turned into a passion to solve the dietary needs of her daughter. She wanted her daughter to experience all the things everyone else could, like birthday cakes, waffles, muffins, meatloaf, appetizers and main dishes. This cookbook offers recipes that taste like the real thing so that people suffering from these allergies don’t have to miss out on great tasting meals.

Libby experimented with ingredients and substitutions until each recipe tasted like the real thing. People living with these particular food allergies are left with one option, to eliminate egg and dairy from their diet, which ultimately eliminates many rich, creamy and “cheesy” tastes and sensations. This cookbook gives families who are dealing with egg and dairy food allergies the option to create the kind of meals they may have thought were going to be eliminated forever.

Family Friendly Publishing
257 pages
List price:$24.95

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