Book Thoughts by Rachelle
I have loved cooking ever since I was a little girl. At the time, I remember my mom saying that she hated cooking and I couldn’t imagine it. She said, “Wait, until you have a family and you’ll understand.”
I understand now. As a mother of five little kids, it feels like all I do is fix stuff to eat, which then makes a mess, we clean up, and then start over. Luckily, my amazing husband likes to do dishes, or else I would’ve given up a long time ago. But I digress, I’m here to share a new cookbook with you.
I reviewed Diana Keuilian’s first Recipe Hacker cookbook and I learned a lot from it. My family is dairy-free and some of us are also gluten-free so I treasure cookbooks like these which have taught me how to adapt pretty much any recipe I’d like to make for my family.
In her new book, The Recipe Hacker Confidential, Keuilian delves even deeper into how to prepare healthy recipes. I love Keuilian’s insight and creative tips, such as the Lazy Man’s Double Broiler–genius!
I’m lucky enough now to have a daughter who loves to cook, so one of the first recipes she tried was the vanilla pudding. That’s something we never have because of dairy, so my kids thought it was a real treat! And I can share that these recipes are easy enough that an eleven-year-old can have success on the first try.
My cookbook is marked up with all the recipes we want to make and I’m feeling very encouraged about the positive approach to food that Diana teaches. This cookbook is a must for anyone with food allergies and for those who’d like to eat healthier and lose weight.
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