Corn-Free Cookbook and Survival Guide: For the Corn-Intolerant and Corn-Allergic

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Corn-Free Cookbook and Survival Guide: For the Corn-Intolerant and Corn-Allergic

Hundreds of G of peoples cannot ingest maize. Being supersensitive or illiberal of maize, they repeatedly petition a maize-costless reference from bookstore, but until today there have been none. The Corn-Free Cookbook and Survival Guide nowadays fills that take. The number of maize-sensible peoples are growing speedily. At the same clip, most packaged nutrient contains maize derivatives, and C of mundane nutrient additive are done from maize. Thus it is incredibly hard to elude maize in one’s fare. Surprisi

 

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  1. Donnie "DJ" says:
    17 of 17 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The Corn-Free Cookbook & Survial Guide is really helpful, May 14, 2006
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    Donnie “DJ” (Michigan USA) –

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    This review is from: Corn-Free Cookbook and Survival Guide: For the Corn-Intolerant and Corn-Allergic (Paperback)

    Corn allergy is very common, but is totally ignored by the establishment. Corn is a cheap commodity and used extensively in our food supply, and many food additives, and even drugs are made from it. Corn is also used in processing and packaging of foods and non-foods. And as a filler in most medicines. It is not labeled as corn, in most cases. Corn is not included in the Big Eight allergy foods that are required to be labeled, so people who are allergic to corn, are on their own. The Corn-Free Cookbook & Survival Guide is very helpful for people who are trying to avoid corn. It is especially helpful for people who are newly diagnosed, or have a child who has been. There is no help for them from the agencies that deal with the Big Eight food allergens, so this book can be a lifesaver for the newly corn allergic. Corn is probably the hardest of all food allergens to avoid, because it is hidden in so many food products, and non-food products. I highly recommend this book. It is well written, with good information, resources, and many good recipes and tips.

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  2. Marshmallow_fluff says:
    13 of 14 people found the following review helpful:
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    A Good Starting Point., June 3, 2006
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    Marshmallow_fluff (Rochester NY) –

    This review is from: Corn-Free Cookbook and Survival Guide: For the Corn-Intolerant and Corn-Allergic (Paperback)

    This book is a good starting point for anyone with a corn allergy or intolerance. The recipes are very easy, ideal for someone who has never cooked. For those of us who have, some of the recipes may seem un-necessary: soft boiled eggs, Baked Potatoes, Roasted Meats. There are some good recipes though, including one for ketchup. It also has a nice list of corn derived ingredients and places corn may be hidden. My main grievance with the book is that while it explains that white vinegar is made from corn and should be avoided, several of the recipes call for mayonnaise, which contains vinegar! This is a large oversight by the authors. Also be sure to read the back of the book first. There are a few ingredients that it mentions may contain corn that are listed in recipes without a warning to buy corn-free versions (e.g. vanilla). Overall this book is nice to have for some recipe ideas but should not be used as the bible for corn-free cooking.

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