Baking for the Specific Carbohydrate Diet: 100 Grain-Free, by Kathryn Anible

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By Kathryn Anible

DELICIOUS BAKED items THAT SOOTH GLUTEN INTOLERANCE, CELIAC ailment, IBD, IBS, CROHN'S, ULCERATIVE COLITIS, DIABETES AND foodstuff ALLERGIES
Whether you or a family member be afflicted by gluten intolerance, celiac affliction, IBD, IBS, Crohn's affliction, ulcerative colitis or nutrients bronchial asthma, the SCD-friendly recipes during this publication may be guaranteed to fulfill any craving.
BREADS

• Bacon Cheddar Bread

• Banana Bread

• Cinnamon Raisin Bread
COOKIES

• Peanut Butter Cookies

• Vanilla Shortbread Cookies

• “Oatmeal" Raisin Cookies
BARS

• Black Bean “Brownies"

• Fruit and Nut power Bars

• Lemon Bars
CAKES

• Strawberry Shortcake

• Frosted Carrot Cake

• Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins
SAVORIES

• Pizza Margherita

• poultry Pot Pie

• Jalapeño Cheddar Muffins
PIES

• Rustic Berry Tart

• Lemon Meringue Pie

• Pumpkin Pie

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Counterculture cooks in Northern California cared about quality, connecting with local farmers and ranchers, and supporting sustainable agriculture. “Small is beautiful” was part of the zeitgeist.  F. ” The book helped promote a return to smaller-scale production and traditional values. Proponents of the new California cuisine cooked “more like our grandmothers than our mothers,” said chef Gary Jenanyan. “My grandparents, for example, grew chickens and vegetables and fruits, and had a cellar, so when we wanted tomatoes in winter, we had tomatoes, but they were preserved.

I did not set out to write an encomium to Alice, but I’ve got to hand it to her. She drove the train of the ingredient revolution. I cannot tell you how many times her name came up while I was interviewing farmers, artisans, and chefs whom she supported and pushed to do more and better. We all have profited from her persistence and passion. ” Under the influence of the counterculture and the back-to-the-land movement, the 1970s saw the emergence of several best-selling vegetarian cookbooks, including the Tassajara Bread Book (1970) and later Tassajara Cooking (1986), both by Edward Espe Brown of the San Francisco Zen Center, Anna Thomas’s Vegetarian Epicure (1972), which became the bible for many vegetarians, and Laurel’s Kitchen O n e R e v o l u t i o n , T w o W a y s | 43 (1976), by Laurel Robertson, Carol Flinders, and Bronwen Godfrey.

Annie Somerville Greens Restaurant, San Francisco Annie Somerville has been the chef at Greens, a groundbreaking vegetarian restaurant at Fort Mason, for thirty years. The restaurant was opened in 1979 by the San Francisco Zen Center with Deborah Madison as the chef and meditation students as the staff. Initially, Greens served only lunch, but within a few months the restaurant had proved so successful that it began serving two prix fixe dinners that changed nightly. Annie was brought on to assist Deborah in 1981 and became executive chef in 1985 after Deborah left to do a rotation at the Tassajara meditation retreat.

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