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Dairy free cookbook

I'm in desperate need for a dear friend who can no longer eat any dairy. His wife doesn't know what to make and needs a good cookbook. Can you advise? Thanks I love Food 52... Susan Grimshaw,owner Vermont Tiny Kitchen

asked by Susan Grimshaw about 2 years ago

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Ali Slagle
added about 2 years ago

Any great vegan book would work! We have one :) https://food52.com/shop...
I also really like the recipes in this book: http://www.amazon.com/Whole...

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Asha Loupy
added about 2 years ago

There are a lot of blogs (some have cookbooks too!) that focus on plant-based and dairy-free fare:
Sprouted Kitchen
Happy Yolks
The Minimalist Baker (cookbook coming soon - http://www.amazon.com/Minimalist...)
The First Mess

I also love Deborah Madison's Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone. Plus, the Food52 Vegan cookbook, of course!

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ktr
ktr
added about 2 years ago

Asian and Indian cuisine may be a good place to start. They rarely use dairy products. I've found that many recipes where cheese isn't a large part of the dish, are still very good with the cheese left out.

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Tamar
added about 2 years ago

Kosher cookbooks might be a good resource, as meat and dairy are never mixed. So, there are lots of meat dishes, obviously, but also side dishes and desserts without dairy.

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