Do you have trouble digesting gluten? Would you like to avoid all the annoying side effects like bloating, diarrhea, and constipation? Then you should listen to The Gluten-Free Cookbook: 40 Fun, Simple & Delicious Everyday Recipes. Like its name says, it is filled with simple yet delicious recipes that can make eating an enjoyable experience again.
Where does The Gluten-Free Cookbook rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
It's a good book to listen to. The producer did a great job, but it is a little difficult to follow an audio of a cookbook. I wish there were links I could go back to follow along as I was cooking.
What other book might you compare The Gluten-Free Cookbook to and why?
I'm not too sure if I can compare this book to anything as I have never listened to a cookbook on audio before.
Have you listened to any of Sarah Hurlin’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
No, this is the first one.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
No extreme reaction.
Would you listen to The Gluten-Free Cookbook again? Why?
Listening to a gluten-free cookbook may not be the first thing you’d think about, but as you can rewind and listen to the recipes and instructions, you can pause and continue cooking, and it actually makes up for an amazing experience. The recipes in this book are pretty yummy, so don’t miss it!
Any additional comments?
I have a family member that is gluten intolerant and it can become very difficult to figure out what we can and cannot cook when they visit. This audio book has solved that problem for me. I have so many ideas of things that I can not cook that is gluten free that will work for everyone! It's really fantastic that I can now stop stressing over finding gluten free things to make in the kitchen. I must also say that after listening to this book I'm very hungry! It's time to go get cooking and I know I will be referencing this material again any time I'm in need to make a gluten free recipe! Good stuff!