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Healthy Gluten-free Eating
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With a detailed introductory section, which tackles all the issues concerning coeliac disease, such as symptoms and factors, what causes and affects the disease and the scientific links to diabetes and lactose intolerance. Rosemary Kearney who suffers from coeliac disease herself discusses how to implement good eating habits with the least disruption. Darina and Rosemary have created over 100 deliciously tempting gluten-free dishes, including Chicken & Tarragon Pie, Spinach and Parmesan Tart, Tiramisu, Chocolate Brownies and Soda Bread. There are recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner, soups and salads, breads and cakes, making this the only gluten-free cookbook you will ever need.
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Darina Allen is Ireland's favourite food ambassador. She runs the world-renowned Ballymaloe Cookery School in Ireland which she founded in 1983, and holds several cookery demonstrations for coeliacs at the school. Previous books include the award-winning 'Irish Traditional Cooking', 'A year at Ballymaloe' and 'Darina Allen's Ballymaloe Cookery Course' Darina lectures and travels extensively, and her outstanding work as both teacher and cook has placed her firmly on the international culinary map. Rosemary Kearney runs her own catering business, Rosemary & Thyme. She has a degree in Food Science and has trained as a chef at the Ballymaloe Cookery School. She now teaches annual cooking courses for coeliacs at Ballymaloe, which are regularly oversubscribed. Coeliac UK is a national charity that supports coeliacs and other patients whose quality of life can be improved by following a gluten-free diet. It is committed to provide information, educate people and promote and commission research into coeliac disease.

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