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Eat What You Love-Cookbook Review

Eat what you love

It’s time for a new cookbook review! While I’m still using and loving the previous Danielle Walker book, Celebrations, I just received a review copy of her latest book, Eat What You Love. This is a book full of comfort foods that I can actually eat that are gluten-free, dairy-free,  and delicious.

I have been a huge fan of Danielle Walker’s Against All Grain books for the past few years. I was honored to receive review copies of all of her books and each one is better than the previous. I thought Celebrations was an outstanding collection of paleo and gluten-free holiday favorites.  After spending some time with Eat What You Love, this is going to be an instant favorite.

Comfort foods like biscuits and gravy, shepherd’s pie, and chocolate donuts are back on the menu. For new readers, I was diagnosed with Celiac disease a few years ago after suffering debilitating symptoms for over a year. Removing gluten was like a miracle. A few months ago, Stephen was diagnosed  with Celiac disease through endoscopy. He had zero symptoms. Both of us are eating gluten-free and cookbooks like this one just make cooking fun and easy.

The first recipe I tried were the Roasted Chile-Lemon Asparagus. I had just bought a beautiful bunch of asparagus and wanted to see if this recipe beats my boring oil-salt-pepper routine. chile lemon asparaguslemon asparagus

The heat from the chile peppers and the tart lemon are a beautiful combination!

Next, I tried a Sheet PanTeriyaki Salmon. I love sheet pan dinners. They are so easy yet so many options available for combining protein and vegetables. Roasting just brings out the best flavors. This salmon was out of this world!

teriyaki salmon

salmon

This recipe is works for many dietary restrictions. It is gluten, nut, egg, and nightshade-free, but bursting with flavor.

This book really meets so many needs in busy cooks. It has Instant-Pot, slow-cooker, sheet-pan, and one-pot meals. She has an entire sections on packable lunches with a bread recipe that I must try. All of her recipes are noted with allergen information and options to make the recipes allergen compliant. The substitutions pages are priceless! I love that she includes so much helpful information so that anyone new to paleo/gluten-free cooking can use her book and recipes.

Eat What You Love is set to release December 4th. Pre-order on Amazon and thank me later Smile .

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