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Friday, May 28, 2010

Carolyn Humphries Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Bread Recipes

Carolyn Humphries has written over 40 books, most of them about food. You can see 80% of them at her publisher's page. The latest one is Gluten-free Bread & Cake from Your Breadmaker: With Full Details for Dairy or Lactose Intolerance.

If you've been yearning for the taste and textures of real breads then here they are – but gluten free. Truly amazing alternatives! "The milk loaf is the nearest thing I’ve had to a proper white loaf since I’ve been on my wheat-free diet. It smells and tastes delicious and the texture is exceptional." This is one of the quotes from people who have used my recipes in their breadmaker and have eaten the breads to test the recipes. There are some truly wonderful loaves here. Wheat-free bread doesn't get better than these recipes.

Foulsham Trade Paperback
160 pages
List price: $16.95

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1 comment:

Gel said...

I recently bought GLUTEN-FREE BREAD & CAKES FOR YOUR BREADMAKER. It's great to have so many lovely recipes. I made the Milk bread and it was delicious, but it didn't rise much. Do I really just throw the yeast in or am I supposed to put it in warm water first. Do you have a blog or website Carolyn? Geraldine