Review: Intolerance Friendly Kitchen – Georgia McDermott

Intolerance Friendly Kitchen

Georgia McDermott

Lantern

Penguin

ISBN: 9781761043932

Description:

Dependable, delicious recipes that make great food accessible for a range of intolerances- gluten free, FODMAP friendly and more.

If you have a dietary intolerance and sometimes feel you’re missing out on foods you’d love to eat, this book is for you.

Intolerance-Friendly Kitchen is all about reliable recipes that are gluten free, low FODMAP and vegetarian, and cater wherever possible to diets without dairy, eggs, nuts, grains, starches or gums.

Georgia McDermott – also known as much-loved Melbourne food blogger @georgeats – is passionate about making life’s delicious moments accessible to everyone, and she’s done all the painstaking recipe testing so you don’t have to. Whether it’s knowing the best flour to use for a certain cake or pastry, or offering a substitution to cut the lactose but keep the flavour, Georgia has worked out how to get the best results every time. Her 100+ beautifully photographed recipes include-

Yeasted croissants
Chocolate babka
Any-flour-you-like brownie cookies
Sourdough cinnamon scrolls
Vegetarian or vegan sausage rolls
Starch-free sourdough
Gluten-free egg pasta
Tofu and ginger dumplings

From bread, cakes and other sweet bakes to pasta, noodles and savoury pastry, this is a collection of recipes so rewarding and easy to follow that meeting your dietary requirements feels like a bonus!

About the Author

Georgia McDermott is a food stylist, food photographer, recipe developer and blogger. Georgia writes, cooks and photographs gluten-free, FODMAP-friendly and pescetarian recipes on her blog and is the author of the bestselling cookbook FODMAP Friendly.

My View:

By far the best gluten free /FODMAP friendly cook book I have come across in a long time. If you have food intolerances but love baking this book is for you!

Posting some great recipes … soon. 🙂 Lets get baking.

5 thoughts on “Review: Intolerance Friendly Kitchen – Georgia McDermott

  1. Oh, Carol, I expect this cookbook was made for me! I have to be careful about a lot of things, and it sounds as though there are some great recipes that take account of people’s dietary needs without sacrificing flavour. What more could you want? I’ll be really interested to see what sorts of recipes she offers.

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