Nigella Lawson promises gluten-free recipes in new cookbook

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Nigella Lawson has revealed that she is planning to release a new cookbook and will include gluten-free recipes. Although the entire book will not be dedicated to the celiac disease community, there will be dessert options without the protein. The chef also provides recipes on her website that may be helpful for people searching for gluten-free ideas.

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Nigella Lawson promises that her next book, “Simply Nigella: Food to Nourish the Body and Soul,” will feature lighter recipes. She insists they will be easy to make and will not require a great number of ingredients. Gluten-free recipes will also be included along with dairy-free ideas, and she believes the cookbook will be available in the fall of 2015.

You do not have to wait for a new cookbook to enjoy gluten-free recipes created by the chef. Lawson has posted free recipes without gluten on her website, and some of them are also free from dairy, soy and other allergens. She also makes suggestions for modifying some of the recipes to eliminate eggs or nuts if they are a problem. If you are looking for a gluten-free apple and blackberry pie, Nigella Lawson has a recipe that is easy to follow.

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Lawson is not the only chef who is creating recipes that are safe for people with gluten sensitivities or celiac disease. Erin Scott has released “Yummy Supper: 100 Fresh, Luscious & Honest Recipes From a Gluten-Free Omnivore” that offers a seasonal approach to cooking at home. On the other hand, Allison Lubert focuses on desserts in her new book “Baking You Happy: Gluten-Free Recipes from Sweet Freedom Bakery.” She also avoids peanuts, eggs, dairy, soy and corn while providing unique ideas. Mealtime does not have to be boring because chefs are constantly providing new creations to help people avoid cooking the same thing every day.

Read more about celiac disease:
Celiac disease tips for making bread at home
Celiac disease apps help create gluten-free meal plans

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