Feb/Mar 2012

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Living Without's Favorite Books: Clean Up Your Act

Are you trying to ditch packaged convenience foods for healthier eating and living? The Pure Kitchen (Pure Living Press) can help. Step by step and bite by bite, author Hallie Klecker shows you the way to get from here to there. Destination: a happy, balanced lifestyle with a diet of natural, colorful whole foods.   More...

Living Without's Favorite Books: No Diner Left Behind

Subscribers Only — No need to feel left out at breakfast, lunch or dinner, thanks to Welcoming Kitchen (Sterling Publishing), by Kim Lutz with registered dietician Megan Hart. Tasty vegan recipes totally devoid of the big 8 allergens (free of gluten and sesame, too) allow you and almost any family member and guest to relax and eat just like everybody else.   More...

Living Without's Favorite Books: Service with a Smile

Joel Schaefer knows how to feed people with food allergies and sensitivities. He’s the chef who developed the widely successful special-diet program at Walt Disney World Resort, allowing thousands of families to enjoy safe vacations. Now he shares that knowledge with food service professionals in Serving People with Food Allergies, Kitchen Management and Menu Creation (CRC Press).   More...

Living Without's Favorite Book: Special Diet, Special Kids

The mother of a son on the autistic spectrum, Lisa Lewis, PhD, makes the case for the gluten-free, casein-free diet (GFCF) in Special Diets for Special Kids (Future Horizons). This update of Lewis’ award-winning classic contains over 200 new and revised GFCF recipes, along with lifestyle advice that includes money-saving tips on making nutrient-dense foods palatable for picky eaters.   More...