“The five most common food allergies are gluten, dairy, nuts, eggs and soy, and Allergy-Friendly Food for Families: Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Nut-Free, Egg-Free, and Soy-Free Recipes That Everyone Will Love, covers all five with 120 recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, desserts, snacks and party foods. Written by the editors of Kiwi, the bi-monthly magazine about raising families the natural and organic way, this colorful cookbook is a great resource for feeding the entire family. Each of the 120 recipes is free of at least two of the allergens and many are free of all five. Recipes are divided by colored tabs representing each allergen, so it is easy flip through and identify the recipes that meet your needs–for example, you just locate all the red tabs if there is a nut allergy in your house or all the blue for dairy, etc. Recipes are written clearly and are simple to follow, with relatively easy to find ingredients and a nutritional analysis of each recipe. … Allergy-Friendly Food for Families would be wonderful for any family or individual living with food allergies or food sensitivities and looking for safe and nutritious food that tastes good, is fun to eat, and doesn’t leave a feeling of being deprived of favorite dishes. ” ––Kahakai Kitchen http://bit.ly/ISs2TN
“This is a great book for families who have recently had a child diagnosed with a gluten, dairy, nut, soy or egg allergy or are learning to juggle multiple food allergies. The book starts off with tips for food safety and reducing cross contamination. It goes on to an FAQ section with experts before moving onto the recipes. The recipe section is coded with the 5 allergens – gluten, dairy, nut, soy, egg. Each has its own color square on the edge of each page so that locating recipes with that particular allergen gone is easy to do. The recipes are broken into meals – breakfast, lunch, dinner, desserts, snacks, and parties. There are some rather neat features with this book. ” ––Reading All Year Long http://bit.ly/HNkfJw
“Already challenged, parents now face some new, and potentially very serious problems, in handling the food issues their children have. Resources are growing and a new one has popped up on bookstore shelves: Allergy-Friendly Food for Families from the editors of Kiwi magazine. You can find Kiwi online and in print. They are devoted to helping families follow a green, organic path. This book is just that: a pathway tiled with recipe ideas that will entice your family to bite in while respecting their culinary constraints. Actually, the recipes here will appeal to anyone. It’s the perfect sort of book, one where you can be inspired and not have any sense of denial or compromise. I encourage you to look at Allergy-Friendly Food for Families. If it’s not your family, then someone you know can use this asset. If you doubt it, go visit your local school and check out the sign in the cafeteria!: ––Cooking by the Book http://bit.ly/HOc7IW
“The landscape of childhood has changed. In the last several years, we have seen jaw-dropping increases in the rates of allergies, autism, ADHD and asthma, earning these conditions the nickname “the 4 As” and our children the title, “Generation Rx.” Today, it is estimated that food allergies affect at least 1 out of 17 kids under the age of three, with a study showing a doubling of the peanut allergy between 1997 and 2002. And according to an October 2008 study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there has been a 265% increase in the rate of hospitalizations related to food allergic reactions. So I invite you to pull up a chair, flip through Allergy-Friendly Food for Families and soak in the love and wholesome goodness that are tucked into these pages. Because Allergy-Friendly Food for Families is an invaluable resources for those interested in protecting the health of their families. … Because with inspiration, practical suggestions, heartfelt instructions and real world solutions, Allergy-Friendly Food for Families is both a sound investment in the health of your family and a resource that will pay dividends for a lifetime.” ––Robyn O’Brien http://bit.ly/GQQQiI
“Does your family have food allergies? Do you struggle with what to feed them? Well we have a cookbook for you. Allergy Friendly Foods For Families Cookbook includes 120 Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Nut-Free, Egg-Free, and Soy-Free recipes that everyone will love.” ––Babble http://bit.ly/GCjdPQ
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