Gluten Free on a Shoestring by Nicole Hunn

3.1/5, 3.1 from 11 reviews
Nicole Hunn
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Free on a Shoestring: 125 Easy Recipes for Eating Well on the Cheap
  1. Mathew
    A dull and drab book
    2/5, 2 out of 5, reviewed Aug 28, 2018
    Nicole Hunn’s tips on how to save money while preparing gluten-free food are excellent. The only problem is that it does not talk about “not” buying commercial flour mixes that are gluten-free. The second issue is nearly every recipe has all-purpose GF flour," and weirdly enough she does not name any brand, so it left up to us to break our head over it. Moreover, recipes that include flour also need xanthan gum, which knocks out any chance of using any other alternatives. The third and the biggest problem is the dull and drab look of the book. It needs more pictures. Period. Good pictures of food made from the recipes of this book could help to elevate this book to the next level. More than this book, I think one should watch her blog which has pictures and various alternative flour mixes which can be prepared by you.