Living Without's Favorite Books: Naughty But Nice
There’s no question that Gluten Is My Bitch: Rants, Recipes and Ridiculousness for the Gluten-Free (Stewart, Tabori & Chang) by April Peveteaux deals frankly with the realities of living gluten-free. No holds barred. Warning: The language can get graphic. But Peveteaux’s brutal honesty and self-deprecating humor make this book a fun read for adults—and also helpful. In between practical tips and hilarious tales about living gluten-free, finding great-tasting and healthful alternatives, dining out and international travel, there are recipes that take you from breakfast to dinner to—we’re not kidding—cocktails (jello shots, anyone?). A delightful, down-and-dirty tome on going gluten-free.