One of our readers was kind enough to not only compliment the photo that accompanied our recent Books for Thought post, but also asked:
“Could you also post some books/cookbooks that would be helpful to someone with multiple food allergies – cheese, canned vegetables, prepared meats, etc.? A friend of mine contends with this issue…”
Well what a nice friend you are, and I’m happy to help where I can. I don’t recall seeing any multiple food allergy books when I was at Duthie Books on my original visit, but from a quick internet search there are definitely some out there.
This is what I found that may apply to your friends situation, and may be of interest to others:
• Cooking Without: Recipes Free from Added Gluten, Sugar, Dairy Products, Yeast, Salt, and Saturated Fat by Barbara Cousins (HarperCollins Canada / Thorsons (August 2000). Wow, this sounds nearly perfect!
• Table for Two: Meat and Dairy-Free Recipes for Two by Joanne Stepaniak (Book Publishing Company January 1996)
• Raw Foods for Busy People 1 (2004) and 2 (2007) by Jordan Maerin (Lulu Press). Seems to be self-explanatory, but maybe the raw regime would suit your friends situation?
Good luck, and keep us posted…J