This book proves that eating a gluten-free diet doesn't mean you have to miss out on fantastically flavour-filled dishes. It has ideas for everything from buckwheat pancakes for breakfast to a fresh broad bean falafel for a sharing occasion.
From picnics to afternoon tea and dinner parties, there is something gluten-free for every occasion. Whether you want to impress guests with a polenta puttanesca and pork stroganoff or fancy something lighter (the salmon cakes are delicious), you'll find a delectable dish.
There are also plenty of delicious desserts to try out and advice on avoiding cross-contamination in your kitchen. This book also will help you create gluten-free alternatives to traditional family favourites.
If you're looking to live a healthier life in 2017, then this is the book for you as it will show you how to cut down on sugar in three simple steps.
Explaining how excessive consumption of sugar can lead to diseases including type-2 diabetes, depression and neurodegenerative conditions, this book reveals how you can identity hidden sugars and reduce your consumption by:
1) Getting informed about the dangers of sugar and monitoring your intake.
2) Reducing your intake and embracing alternative sugars with 35 delicious recipes.
3) Staying on track with your new diet and maintaining a consistent sugar level with the inclusion of a regular exercise programme.
A brilliant book for anyone who wants to cut down on sugar but not miss out on the taste of sweet treats.
Aine Carlin returns with another tantalising selection of vegan dishes - all of which have an emphasis on fantastic flavours and seasonal fresh ingredients.
These dishes do not rely on substitutes of hard-to-source ingredients and will appeal to both committed vegans and those who are wishing to dabble in meat-free recipes on an occasional basis.
There are over 125 plant-based recipes to try out and they range from crispy cinnamon potato tacos to turmeric and sweet potato soup. There are also sweet treats including vanilla panna cotta.