The Gluten-Free Cookbook: Cristian Broglia

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One of the fastest growing dietary movements now has its first comprehensive guide to enjoying hundreds of naturally gluten-free recipes from around the world

This ground-breaking book proves that eating gluten-free should never limit you on taste or culinary curiosity. With 350 naturally gluten-free recipes drawing from the broadest range of international food cultures, The Gluten-Free Cookbook brings home healthy cooking to an audience that is growing exponentially every day. This gorgeous book spotlights everyday dishes from more than 80 countries – showcasing the diversity of recipes that are deliciously gluten-free by design, rather than being reliant on ingredient substitutions.

From breakfast to dinner and dessert (and everything in between), these are easy-to-use recipes for any time of day, making this an essential resource and a must-have reference. Gluten-free food has millions of fans and followers, with that number continuing to grow exponentially with our increased awareness of its health and dietary benefits and advantages. Expand your culinary repertoire, whether you are on a gluten-free diet or are simply looking to experiment with gluten-free menu options, with hundreds of recipes from around the globe, including Stewed Fava Beans (Egypt), Summer Rolls (Vietnam), Pea & Ham Soup (UK), Shrimp & Grits (US), Steak with Chimichurri Sauce (Argentina), Bibimbap (Korea), Pavlova (Australia), and Vanilla Flan (Mexico).

 

 

 

Specifications:

  • Format: Hardback
  • Size: 270 x 180 mm (10 5/8 x 7 1/8 in)
  • Pages: 432 pp
  • Illustrations: 100 illustrations
  • ISBN: 9781838663131

Cristian Broglia started his culinary career in his hometown of Parma, Italy, before his desire to discover new cultures, recipes, and ingredients led him to cook throughout Europe, Latin America, Asia, and North America. He was the long-time executive chef of Alma (the International School of Italian Cuisine) and in 2017, he opened the research and development food laboratory CHEFin LAB.