The first time I read Gluten Is My Bitch I was on an airplane to Seattle to see my girlfriend. I didn’t realize that the good laughs would come before I arrived in Seattle.
From the outside, I was the “crazy lady” on the plane laughing to herself. But, with a careful eye, you could see that I was knee deep in a can of Dr. Pepper and a good book.
I highly recommend Gluten Is My Bitch if you were recently diagnosed with Celiac. Or, if you have been crapping your pants and are in the process of giving up the gluten.
April Peveteaux provides easy recipes to get you started on a gluten-free diet and gives you new ideas like Butternut Squash Mac And Cheese to replace your comfort foods. If you travel a lot, have children with celiac, or are always on the go, April Peveteaux provides some great tips on how to survive your first year.
From personal experience, I wish I would have purchased this book before my first year. It removes a lot of trial and error and guesswork that you will likely encounter your first year, such as, do I need 12 new flours, and what the hell is xanthan gum?
If you surpassed your first year, congratulations, and, at any stage of your gluten-free journey, this book provides laughs you’ll remember for years to come.
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