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The Kosher Baker: Over 160 Dairy-free Recipes from Traditional to Trendy

Author: Paula Shoyer

Series: HBI Series on Jewish Women
Hardcover: 348 pages
Publisher: Brandeis; First Edition edition (August 17, 2010)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1584658355
ISBN-13: 978-1584658351
Product Dimensions: 1.3 x 8.3 x 10.5 inches

Amazon.com says (slightly adapted): "Producing flavorful and appealing lactose free desserts is a challenge. Without access to butter, cream, milk, cheese, yogurt, or other dairy products, creating a tasty and memorable dessert for family and friends requires more than simple substitutions and compromises. Now pastry chef and teacher Paula Shoyer provides the inspiration and innovation to turn the age-old challenges of parve baking into delectable delights in her one-of-a-kind kosher cookbook.

The Kosher Baker was written for cooking kosher, but can also be used as a wonderful book for baking lactose free. It spills over with detailed information, including tips on storage, freezing, and thawing; tools; must-have ingredients; and tips and techniques. Anyone baking for those with special dietary needs such as food allergies or diabetic concerns will also find recipes to love in this comprehensive collection. It even includes recipes for nut- and gluten-free desserts, and vegan desserts."

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