Sunday, November 16, 2008

Go Dairy Free the Guide & Cookbook Has Arrived!

I have been working on it for over a year now, but Dairy Free Made Easy has at last been expanded and morphed into my new guide and cookbook, Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living.

We are currently shipping Go Dairy Free out direct to dairy-free dieters worldwide, and I have an eBook available for those who prefer a paperless guide (Amazon Kindle is also available for you kindle subscribers). The book is also available from Amazon and Barnes & Noble, and you can make a purchase, it will just take a week longer to arrive to you. The initial copies have not yet arrived in their inventories, but they should be there soon.

To give you a brief synopsis, the first half of this 288 page book is what I call a “living guide.” It includes the most ginormous dairy substitutes section ever published (5 chapters!); a complete explanation of dairy vs dairy-free, including any health factors that should be considered and a full definition of what dairy is that delves into the different types of milk; information for milk allergies (plus an entire chapter that addresses infant/child milk allergies in particular), lactose intolerance, the vegan diet, and various other health concerns; a complete calcium guide and more!

The second half is all cookbook and resources. The “living guide” includes roughly 50 dairy substitutes recipes, while the cookbook half houses another 175 recipes, food products I personally recommend, and a thorough resources section to expand your dairy-free enjoyment.

You can view the table of contents and recipe index from the Go Dairy Free Guide Information Page.


Traci said...

Alisa- Got your comment on my blog... I googled milk allergy & Southeast Asia... that is where I was reading that people from SE Asia have very prevalent milk intolerance. I look forward to reading your blog as this is all new to me.

Jenn said...

I just got the book on the Amazon kindle. Great work!

Kristina said...

I'm so happy to find your site and see that you have a book...I had just written a Long post re: milk allergies, intolerances and their impact on childhood feeding development and sensory processing I'll definitely send families to your site ( i see many kids who have milk allergies...and many who I recommend go on a 2 week milk elimination this is perfect for those families)