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If you have decided on a gluten-free diet you certainly aren't alone – Gwyneth Paltrow has done it, Miley Cyrus wants none of it and even Bill Clinton abstains from it.
 
However they aren’t the biggest names in gluten-free food right now, they are, in fact, Frédérique Jules, Jennifer Lepoutre and Mitsuru Yanase – chefs at No Glu, a Parisian restaurant and grocery store.
 
Good Without Gluten is the first cookbook for Frederique, Jennifer and Mitsuru and with its delicious recipes and mouthwatering images it perfectly shows that gluten-free diets needn't be bland or boring. By looking outside the culinary box, this vibrant cookbook shows just how even with a food intolerance you don't need to miss out on fantastic recipes. 
 
Each recipe proves you can have all the style, finesse and flavour of French patisserie without a speck of wheat flour. Our favourites include Noglu’s lasagne Bolognese which goes perfect with a seasonal salad, the vegan chocolate cake which doesn’t compromise on flavour or impact and the gluten-free madeleines - absolutely divine. 
 
The recipes in this book use a range of cereals and clever flour mixes to make everything from scrumptious cookies, sticky banana cake, polenta cake, savoury and sweet muffins to chestnut flour bread, crêpes, focaccia, cheesecake, burgers, pizza and quiche.
 
If you are thinking about going gluten-free, are gluten intolerent or simply want to try some new recipes then make some room in your kitchen for this gorgeous cookbook. You won't regret it.

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