Gluten-free on a Shoestring is what the doctor ordered for families affected by celiac disease. My daughter loves bread, and once she was diagnosed as having celiac disease, her life, as well as our life, turned upside down. She longed for bread and seeing her sad and grumpy; we also lost our longing for bread. I tried quite a few gluten free books, but they were either very complicated or gross. Most cookbooks represented what the nutritionists thought was best. It was not only boring but relied on gelatin (powdered) and many recipes needed a professional setup.
Well, this book is different. It is a simple and useful book. It does not contain any expensive ingredients or weird admixtures, and no complicated steps. Hunn’s book turned out to be the answer that we were looking for. And for the recipes – I pulled out a crusty and flavorful loaf of gluten-free bread and the way my daughter gorged on it, brought tears to my husband’s as well as my eyes. God Bless you, Nicole Hunn!!!!