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Wheat-and-Dairy-Free Cook Book: Over 100 sensational recipes from the Stamp Collection

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People are becoming increasingly concerned about the food they and their families eat. As the nation's farming and food production policies are called into question, as the incidence of food allergies and intolerances increases, there is greater interest in naturally raised, organically grown produce - people want to take back control of what they eat. This growing trend is People are becoming increasingly concerned about the food they and their families eat. As the nation's farming and food production policies are called into question, as the incidence of food allergies and intolerances increases, there is greater interest in naturally raised, organically grown produce - people want to take back control of what they eat. This growing trend is reflected in The Wheat-and-Dairy-Free Cookbook which was developed by Elizabeth Buxton and her friend actor and writer, Terence Stamp. Terence Stamp suffers from food intolerances, and his keen interest in healthy eating led him to collaborate with Elizabeth Buxton who had to learn how to cook for a daughter suffering from similar problems. They both knew that it was possible to create sensational recipes which were also free from wheat, cow's milk, salt and sucrose - in other words, dishes that everyone could benefit from eating, irrespective of whether they suffered from food intolerances. Included in the book are over 100 recipes, with ideas for light meals and salads, elegant dishes for special occasions, vegetarian meals and wholesome, robust suggestions for cold winter evenings. The emphasis throughout is on natural ingredients, with easy-to-follow instructions. Filled with tips, this book also advises on how to incorporate this natural style of eating into everyday life, without any real effort.


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People are becoming increasingly concerned about the food they and their families eat. As the nation's farming and food production policies are called into question, as the incidence of food allergies and intolerances increases, there is greater interest in naturally raised, organically grown produce - people want to take back control of what they eat. This growing trend is People are becoming increasingly concerned about the food they and their families eat. As the nation's farming and food production policies are called into question, as the incidence of food allergies and intolerances increases, there is greater interest in naturally raised, organically grown produce - people want to take back control of what they eat. This growing trend is reflected in The Wheat-and-Dairy-Free Cookbook which was developed by Elizabeth Buxton and her friend actor and writer, Terence Stamp. Terence Stamp suffers from food intolerances, and his keen interest in healthy eating led him to collaborate with Elizabeth Buxton who had to learn how to cook for a daughter suffering from similar problems. They both knew that it was possible to create sensational recipes which were also free from wheat, cow's milk, salt and sucrose - in other words, dishes that everyone could benefit from eating, irrespective of whether they suffered from food intolerances. Included in the book are over 100 recipes, with ideas for light meals and salads, elegant dishes for special occasions, vegetarian meals and wholesome, robust suggestions for cold winter evenings. The emphasis throughout is on natural ingredients, with easy-to-follow instructions. Filled with tips, this book also advises on how to incorporate this natural style of eating into everyday life, without any real effort.

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    Lorna

    A stylish classy book rather like the man himself.

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