Go Dairy Free Book Review
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"If you’re part of the percentage of Americans who live dairy-free, you know how few resources are available – whether it’s tasty recipes, lifestyle tips or grocery shopping info. But Alisa Fleming has been there – in fact, she lived with a milk allergy (casein) all her life until being properly diagnosed in her 30s. At the time she began researching the dairy-free diet, information was pretty difficult to find. With all the information she had gathered, Fleming founded the website GoDairyFree.org in 2004, which led to her first guidebook Dairy Free Diet Made Easy that sold out almost immediately. Go Dairy Free is an expanded version of this popular original, and now included over 225 yummy dairy-free recipes, a comprehensive guide to dairy substitutes, food allergy and vegan-friendly resources and more. This is pretty much the dairy-free bible for anyone living with dairy sensitivity who has dealt with frustrating health issues as a result. Go Dairy Free has an in-depth health section that is extremely helpful; it details the sign and symptoms of various dairy-related illness, plus discusses the protein/fat/nutrient issues related to the dairy-free transition. This incredibly comprehensive book has everything you need to know to live healthfully and enjoy a life free from dairy – even when you’re traveling or dining out with friend & family. Fleming compares living dairy-free to riding a bicycle and with this book to guide you, you’ll find it just as natural and effortless!"
"The best way to think about Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living by Alisa Fleming is that it is way more than just a regular cookbook, as it is truly an all-encompassing guide in the world of dairy free living. This book is incredibly thorough, covering everything from basic definitions to grocery store alternatives to nutrition information. I think this book literally covers just about any question I might ever have on the topic. Of course, this book does feature a wide variety of recipes that go beyond the obvious and into realms that I did not even think could be made dairy free. From breakfast to desserts, the recipes in this book will surprise you with their ingenuity. As someone with a family history of lactose intolerance, I definitely understand the importance of such a book. Thankfully, Go Dairy Free leaves no stone unturned, making it the perfect all-in-one guidebook for anyone not consuming dairy for whatever reason."
"Go Dairy Free by Alisa Marie Fleming is all-around the most informative source of information on dairy that I have ever encountered. Though the book was written specifically for those who suffer from milk allergies and lactose intolerance, Fleming suggests that a dairy-free diet is the key to better physical health and weight loss for anyone. She explains in great detail the benefits of various dairy-free diets and the detrimental effects of consuming too much dairy, all supported facts and figures from reliable sources. She has a guide for eating out that includes tips for dining at restaurants of all tastes and ethnicities. Her chapters on alternatives to dairy products, including butter and cheese, ensure that even the pickiest eaters can enjoy living dairy-free, and her recommendations for dining with family and friends ensure that the social concerns of dairy-free individuals are met. After her ultimate guide to dairy freedom, Fleming delves into the best part of the book--the recipes! The variety of incredible eats in this dairy-free collection is unprecedented. I can't wait to try dairy-free smoothies, breads, appetizers, entrees and desserts. I would never have expected that I could handle a dairy-free diet, but all of my favorite foods are included in this guide. The recipes for Creamy Pesto-Inspired Pasta and Maple Spiced Pumpkin Cookies had my mouth watering. I had never considered giving up dairy before I picked up this book, but now I'm seriously considering testing it out for a week or two. Go Dairy Free even includes recipes for dairy-free pizza and cheesecake!"
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