Lose Wheat, Lose Weight Cookbook: 100 Easy Recipes for Low-Fat, Allergy-Free Cooking

Lose Wheat, Lose Weight Cookbook: 100 Easy Recipes for Low-Fat, Allergy-Free Cooking

by Antoinette Savill (Author)

Synopsis

Cookery writer and food intolerance sufferer Antoinette Savill has created 100 recipes for people seeking to cut wheat from their diet. There is a growing awareness that wheat can cause bloating, headaches, skin conditions, tiredness, digestive discomfort and needless weight gain. However, cutting out wheat from the modern diet can often seem a daunting and unappetizing task. In this cookbook, Antoinette has combined her culinary skills with her experience as a food intolerance sufferer to ensure that cooking and eating can still be a joyful and unrestrained experience. Her recipes should show you how to regain lost energy, improve your mood, lose weight and enjoy your food. This range of international recipes includes: Sticky Ginger Chicken Kebabs; Turkey Loaf with Bean and Lime Salsa; Grilled Monkfish with Puy Lentils, Bacon and Fennel; Tuna Fish Carpaccio with Mint; Tuna and Chilli Enchiladas; Thai Vegetarian Curry; Polenta Canapes with Artichoke and Pesto; and Zabaglione and Polenta Biscuits.

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More Information

Format: Paperback
Pages: 180
Publisher: Thorsons
Published: 02 Sep 2002

ISBN 10: 0007145934
ISBN 13: 9780007145935

Media Reviews
'Most diet books are written by nutritionists who know very little about cooking. The great thing about Antoinette Savill is that she is a cookery writer who got into writing about food intolerance after discovering that she herself was a sufferer. You can confidently recommend any of her books.' The Bookseller
Author Bio
Antoinette Savill is a Glenfiddich award-winning cookery writer who is the author of The Gluten, Wheat and Dairy Free Cookbook and Lose Wheat, Lose Weight. A multiple food allergy sufferer herself, she is committed to creating delicious recipes for allergy sufferers. She has launched a successful website and range of gluten-free foods in conjunction with Wellfoods. Antoinette is well known to the Coeliac Society (42,000 members).