The How Can It Be Gluten Free Cookbook
Revolutionary Techniques, Groundbreaking RecipesBook - 2014
Gluten-free baking is often challenging and almost always disappointing. The proliferation of gluten-free mixes and flour blends should be welcome news, but no two products perform the same way. And unless you like gritty cakes, crumbly cookies, and gummy breads, most gluten-free recipes are far from ideal. Could America's most meticulous recipe testers improve the situation for gluten-averse home cooks who want to enjoy their favorite dishes--everything from apple pie and brownies to lasagna and fried chicken?
The result of a yearlong odyssey in the test kitchen, The How Can It Be Gluten-Free Cookbook reinvents the rules of baking to deliver a collection of recipes that represents a quantum leap forward in the world of gluten-free (GF) baking (and cooking).