29 October 2013

Book Review: The Warm Kitchen

Gluten intolerances are becoming more and more common, so thankfully gluten-free recipes are readily available for those who need them. In The Warm Kitchen, a new gluten-free cookbook by Amy Fothergill, 150 gluten, dairy, and egg-free recipes are provided for anyone who is trying to eat less gluten or who has gluten intolerance. While The Warm Kitchen is not a vegan or vegetarian cookbook, there are many vegan and vegetarian recipes provided, and they are also gluten-free.

The Warm Kitchen teaches readers how to make gluten-free bagels, breads, pancakes, pizzas, doughnuts, cupcakes, cakes, shortbreads, and more. Vegetarians and vegans will find plenty of gluten-free recipes that they will enjoy, including delicious recipes such as Fothergill’s Banana Muffins, Granola, Creamy Coleslaw, Thai Peanut Noodle Salad, Dairy Free Macaroni and “Cheese,” Weeknight Tomato Sauce, Cheese Lasagna or Dairy-Free Lasagna, and many more.

The soups section will especially be of interest to vegans and vegetarians and any animal products can easily be left out or substituted with your favorite gluten-free vegetarian protein. 

Many concerns that people with gluten intolerances have are often times in their breads. The Warm Kitchen provides a wide variety of delicious bread recipes and many of them are naturally vegan as well.

Readers will love the giant, colored photographs provided throughout the book and the easy-to-follow instructions. Gluten-free has never looked so easy!

Purchase your copy of The Warm Kitchen and see how easy gluten-free can be. You won’t have to give up any of your favorite foods or spend a fortune on gluten-free products because you can make delicious food at home with easy, inexpensive ingredients. With the help of Amy Fothergill and her 25 years of cooking experience, you can master gluten-free cooking in no time.

Alexandra Beane | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest | Website
Minnesota Alex is a freelance writer who holds a BA in Professional and Creative Writing. She has a strong interest in veganism, holistic health, and emotional and physical wellbeing. When she isn’t reading and writing about health and wellness, Alex is trying new plant based recipes in the kitchen or can be found volunteering with a Minneapolis-based animal rights organization or local rabbit rescue. 

Photo credit:  The Warm Kitchen