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The allergy self-help cookbook : over 350 natural food recipes, free of all common food allergens
Jones, Marjorie Hurt.
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Publication Information:
Emmaus, Pa. : Rodale Press, [2001]

Physical Description:
xv, 416 pages ; 23 cm
General Note:
Previously published: New York : Wings, 1994 with subtitle: Over 325 natural foods recipes, free of wheat, milk, eggs, corn, yeast, sugar and other common food allergens.

Includes index.
Format :


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RC588.D53 J65 2001 Adult Non-Fiction Non-Fiction Area

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The most comprehensive kitchen resource for overcoming food allergies-now completely revised and updated!

Since its original publication in 1984, The Allergy Self-Help Cookbook by Marjorie Hurt Jones, R.N. has helped thousands of people overcome their food sensitivities and intolerances. Now, the tips and recipes have been entirely revamped for 21st-century cooks with little or no time to spare! Includes:

* Extensive breakfast and dessert chapters
* Updated nutrition information
* New recipes using ingredients such as Kamut flour and quinoa pasta
* How to help allergic children eat right and feel better
* Complete guide to new allergy-free products
* Tips for creating an allergy-free kitchen and home

With your doctor's diagnosis in one hand and this book in the other, let your new allergy-free life begin!

Author Notes

Marjorie Hurt Jones, R.N. , has more than 20 years experience in health and nutrition. She has devoted her life to helping people cope with food allergies. She is the author of Superfoods: Allergy Recipes and Cooking for the Health of It , as well as co-author of the Yeast Connection Cookbook . An educator and frequent speaker, she published the newsletter Mastering Food Allergies for more than 10 years and now manages the website of the same name. She is president of Mast Enterprises, Inc., a company dedicated to helping people recover from food allergies.