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Monday, August 12, 2013
New Gluten-Free Cookbook Review and Giveaway
Last month, I was sent a free copy of You Still Won’t Believe It’s Gluten-Free!: 200 More Delicious, Foolproof Recipes You and Your Whole Family Will Love by Roben Ryberg. Roben is the author of five gluten-free cookbooks and one of her goals is "how to make gluten-free food taste great."

The new cookbook has a foreword by Dr. Peter Green of the Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University which gives an overview of gluten and Celiac Disease. The cookbook also  includes recipes for appetizers, breads, muffins, soups, entrees, vegetables and tons of cake recipes.

I admittedly am not a baker, so many of the recipes for breads, muffins, and cakes were too complicated for me. I prefer the entree and side dish recipes which were much less complex and required fewer ingredients. I really want to try making the Sofrito Pork Chops (page 143) with a side of Plantain Fries (page 23) for dinner one night soon.

Giveaway: You can win you very own copy of Roben's new book by leaving a comment with your email address below. Additional entries available by following me on Facebook and Twitter using the Rafflecopter entry below. A winner will be chosen randomly on Friday, August 16th at 1pm EST!


Financial compensation was not received for this post. A sample book was gifted from the company. Opinions expressed here are my own. 


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14 Comments:

Blogger ackdavis said...

Easy, not too many ingredients, Gluten-Free. What's not to love? This cookbook could be really helpful for so many. I'd love to be one of them.

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I would love to try out some new recipes from this cookbook!

Anonymous Dawn S. said...

This cookbook looks great - I'm trying to make the change to a gluten free life 100%, so this would be very helpful to check out!

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Anonymous Casey said...

More gluten free options never hurt! That's for sure! :)

Blogger nikolelily said...

We've had our 5 year old diagnosed as Celiac for just under a year. We still are learning and love new cookbooks!

Blogger nikolelily said...

Our 5 year old was diagnosed in just under a year, we are still learning and love new recipes

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I cook/bake everyday and would love some new recipes to try!
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Anonymous Rose said...

I have tried to go gluten-free to deal with food allergies but was unable to sustain it, finding it difficult to keep my diet varied with the restrictions. This book would be amazing as a support to try this diet again and finally be free of the issues associated with my gluten intolerance. Thanks for the post!

Blogger Gluten Free Doll said...

I would love to try out this cookbook! It's always great to see ones geared towards gluten free.Makes for a much easier time in the kitchen!

Blogger Gluten Free Doll said...

I would love to try out this cookbook! It's always great to see ones geared towards gluten free.Makes for a much easier time in the kitchen!

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Anonymous Janel said...

I love to cook and don't think that being gluten-free should limit my experimenting the kitchen. I would love a copy of this book!

Anonymous Janel said...

I love to cook and don't think that being gluten-free should limit my experimenting the kitchen. I would love a copy of this book!

Blogger kledford said...

i am celiac so having a cook book where I can choose anything is great!

Blogger nikolelily said...

I'd love to win this for my Celiac 5 year old starting school- we could use the recipes!
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