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    • ISBN:9780857835444
    • Publication date:04 Jun 2018

Gluten Free, Naturally

101 simple and delicious recipes

By Caroline Byron

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A balanced collection of delicious gluten-free recipes from model turned chef Caroline Byron.

After contracting Lyme Disease at the age of 10, Caroline Byron has battled with health problems for much of her life. While this didn't stop her forging a successful modelling career and retraining as a chef, Caroline became increasingly frustrated by these health issues. She decided to completely overhaul her diet and go gluten-free. The change in her health was astonishing.

Since then, she has devoted her time to developing a range of delicious recipes that are all naturally free from gluten, showing that you can enjoy a wide range of foods without resorting to pre-packaged 'free-from' items. Her skills as a chef and genuine love of food have led her to create a balanced collection of dishes, where the focus is on flavour and enjoyment as well as health. Although she includes healthy broths and probiotic smoothies, Caroline also finds space for her much-loved Gluten-free Fried Chicken and Melting Mac and Cheese, as well as a wide variety of baking recipes.

With a huge range of tempting dishes to choose from, you will never feel like you're missing out.

Biographical Notes

Caroline Byron is a model turned chef who trained at the French Culinary Institute and now runs a successful catering company. ASOS describe her as 'one of New York's most sought-after caterers'. and her gluten-free recipes have gained her thousands of followers on Instagram and Twitter. Twitter: @simplycaronyc Instagram: @simplycaro

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  • ISBN: 9780857834591
  • Publication date: 04 Jun 2018
  • Page count: 192
  • Imprint: Kyle Books
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