Friends! I cannot wait to introduce you to a sweet friend of mine, Debbie Adler! She is a wonderful advocate for those seeking to live a healthy and allergy-friendly lifestyle and a chef extraordinaire to boot.
One of the things that makes Debbie so charming is that she is simply a down-to-earth mom of a child with food allergies. She saw a need and she decided to meet it head on. I think so many parents of children with food allergies can relate to that statement, but Debbie took it to a whole new level. The difference for me is that I don’t have Debbie’s mad cooking and baking skills, so I am doubly thankful she authored Sweet, Savory & Free and Sweet Debbie’s Organic Treats Allergy-Free & Vegan Recipes.
If you are new to my blog, be sure to check out my previous review of Debbie’s cookbook, Sweet Debbie’s Organic Treats Allergy-Free & Vegan Recipes. This cookbook is a treasure for those with a sweet tooth that still want to keep things healthy and allergy-friendly. And if you are close to the Los Angeles area, you can visit Sweet Debbie’s Organic Cupcakes in person.
But for today, I am reviewing Debbie’s latest cookbook, Sweet, Savory & Free. The book includes dozens of delicious plant-based recipes that are free of wheat/gluten, eggs, dairy, soy, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, shellfish, added sugars, and oil. Her recipes include breakfast dishes, soups, muffin tin meals, main dishes, breads, and even a few sweets.
Her new cookbook was born of a desire to share healthy, plant-based recipes after doing some in-depth research about what goes into the food we eat and the effect it has on our quality of life. By simply reading the introduction to the book, the reader can feel her passion for this healthy lifestyle bleed through every word on the page. Continue reading