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Living Gluten and Dairy-Free with French Gourmet Food (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Alain Braux

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"Chef Braux demonstrates a vast knowledge of the gluten-free, casein-free diet, bringing together in one book not only how and why this diet works for both individuals on the Autism spectrum and for those diagnosed with Celiac disease, but also recipes, resources, and a concise shopping list. I highly recommend this book to anyone that would like to improve their health with the GFCF diet."

Kecia Johndrow. Vice President.
National Autism Association of Central Texas

“Chef Alain Braux has done it again! This book will take you on a sweet escape: an escape to gluten and dairy-free heaven! His recipes, witty writing and clever tips will help you make a stress-free transition to the gluten and dairy-free lifestyle. This book is full of easy-to-read educational materials and resources to help you feel better. Whether you are newly diagnosed or have been gluten-free for 30 years, you will find yourself referring this book time and time again. ”

Jessica Meyer, Owner and Chef of ATX Gluten-Free

Alain Braux is an Austin-based award-winning Executive Chef, Nutritherapist, author, speaker and consultant. With 40 years of experience in the food industry as a chef and 10 years as a nutritherapist, Chef Braux is the Executive Chef at People’s Pharmacy where he focuses on the creation of gluten/dairy-free and low-sugar dishes for clients with specific conditions such as Celiac disease, ADD/ADHD, and assorted food allergies.

Recently diagnosed with gluten intolerance, Chef Braux wanted to share his knowledge as a nutritherapist and experience as chef to help other people to deal with this modern affliction. He helps you understand what is gluten intolerance and Celiac disease; explains how a gluten and dairy-free diet could positively affect a child with autistic spectrum disorder; offers lists of organizations and groups able to help you with celiac disease and autism; gives you an extensive listing of hidden sources of gluten and dairy additives and a complete shopping list of gluten and dairy-free products. To finish it all, Chef Braux offers you more than 80 GFCF recipes to help you get started on your way to a healthier life.

Chef Braux is also the owner of A Votre Santé, a small business offering personalized diet plans for people with assorted conditions such as cancer, Celiac disease, gluten and dairy-free allergies. Chef Braux creates customized diets for diabetic clients, ADD/ADHD children, and clients with assorted food allergies. He also lectures on the foundation of good health through appropriate nutrition; he teaches hands-on classes on how to prepare gluten-free/dairy-free baked goods and desserts and has cooking classes based on this book.

Chef Braux is a Certified Executive Pastry Chef with the American Culinary Federation, a Certified Master Baker with the American Bakers Association, is a macrobiotic counselor and has earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Holistic Nutrition with the Clayton College of Natural Health.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 579 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 443 pages
  • Editeur : Alain Braux International Publishing, LLC (6 octobre 2010)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B0046LU7ZM
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great gluten-free book! 23 janvier 2012
Par C. Avery - Publié sur
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The previous reviewer got it right: it is more about how to live with a gluten intolerance than a cookbook. However, on that subject it is one of the better ones I have found! He explains quite concisely the differences between intolerance and allergy and the impact that it will have on your life. He also has a whole appendix on shopping with a wheat allergy- he list tips and brands to choose and avoid. He also tells you about brands that arent always upfront about the ingredients in their food- like Campbell's.

There are a number of recipes (Appendix C). Some of them sound really good too. And I especially like that they arent just recipes that avoid flour like so many gluten-free books. Really, why would someone looking to cut out gluten need a recipe for salad? Its common sense that lettuce and veggies dont contain gluten. I want my gluten-free cookbook to give me options and this one does. The recipes in this book are for things like bread (many type including french bread), pancakes, waffles, scones, muffins, cookies, etc. And bonus, they are unique recipes, not variations on the same base. I am looking forward to trying his coconut flour brownies! (I forgot to mention the recipes for dips, appetizers, soups, salads and entrees - mostly variations on french classics.) In conclusion, if you can get to appendix C- there are probably well over 50 recipes to choose from so I dont think you will be disappointed if you dont need the imformation at the start of the book.

I should also point out that a number of his recipes are gluten AND DAIRY free! This is great as that has been one of the biggest challenges for me. Everything gluten free seems to have dairy and everything dairy free seems to have gluten additives.

Alain Braux is a chef, he teaches gluten-free cooking at his store and all his recipes are tried and tested. I especially like that he reviews some of the types of flour and what things they are better in. Great for a newby like me!
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Lots of info NO TOC! 19 décembre 2011
Par Thomas J. Munn - Publié sur
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I borrowed this on my kindle, and there is NO TOC! I have to wade through pages and pages of info (which looked very good) and couldn't get to the recipes easily.

You might want to republish with NAV points. They are ESSENTIAL for a good ebook. Terrible formatting. Its more of a 'list' than a cook book.

If you are looking for a cookbook, this is NOT it. Its more of a 'how to live with gluten allergy'. With loads and loads of lists and info.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 From a chefs point of view... 28 janvier 2013
Par Ashley - Publié sur
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I admit it, I am the girl who takes cookbooks and nutritional journals on vacation for pleasure reading. I know, I know. Yes, it is that bad. I save piles, tag pages on my iPad and eagerly await the time to browse through in search of treasures and inspirations. As a chef, there is something exciting about sharing your passions with others.

On a recent business trip to Houston I found a gem from Alain Braux. Alain is the Executive Chef, and Nutritherapist at People's Pharmacy in Austin, TX. His recent book, "Living Gluten and Dairy-Free with French Gourmet Food" is packed with over 80 original French gluten-free and dairy-free recipes. I am sure I don't have to tell you the French cooking and gluten free are not exactly synonymous. As an added bonus, this book is a true resource with regard to living gluten free. It is truly like receiving two books in one.

The Verdict:
The first half of the book functions as a wonderful resource for gluten free living. When I say resource, I do not mean that lightly! Alain is well researched and offers sound advice, practical application and a wealth of personal, real life testimony. His guides to identifying hidden sources of gluten and dairy is worth taking to the grocery store with you.
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The second half of the book? Delicious! From traditional French pastries, desserts and breads to exquisite appetizers, salads and main events. His vinaigrette? Magical. The Ratatouille? Let's just say I will be adopting this dish to our regular menu. If you are looking for a wonderful adventure in gluten and dairy free cooking, I say "Soyez aventureux" be adventurous! Add this resource to your collection and enjoy a little French cuisine!
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