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Indulge: 70 Grain Free Desserts

Indulge: 70 Grain-Free Desserts

Can you imagine eating cake again? It’s quite the hurdle on a grain-free diet, isn’t it? How about pie, doughnuts, or cookies…

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The focus of Indulge is to bring you recipes made with natural ingredients that cater to individuals on a grain-free diet.

Grain-free diets are part of the movement found within the Paleo diet, Primal diet, Ancestral diet, Real Food Movement and an overall desire to eat gluten-free with an emphasis on foods that decrease inflammation.  The ingredients chosen reflect the principles within these diet movements: natural, dairy-free, low inflammation and grain-free.

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Carol Lovett is the founder of Ditch the Wheat, a blog devoted to grain-free recipes.  She has been eating a grain-free diet since 2011 to treat her IBS.  She started her blog in 2012 with the purpose of helping others enjoy their grain-free meals.

Carol has become known for producing top notch grain-free recipes.  Her techniques used in grain-free baking are widely adopted by those around her. Carol’s first digital cookbook, Indulge, sold over 10,000 copies in it’s first year.

You’re living that grain-free diet but you just want to eat some cake!
This e-book is directed at you!

Over 70+ recipes that include nut-free & egg-free recipes

  • 162 pages of content
  • All recipes are dairy-free and adhere to Paleo principles
  • Hyperlinked table of contents makes navigating easy
  • Beautiful photographs
  • Trouble shooting tips
  • Bonus! A printer friendly copy

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Caitlin Weeks

Carol has a special gift for making grain-free treats taste like the familiar sweets most of us grew up with. I have adopted her tips to make my gluten-free baking more appealing for my family and they always ask for seconds. -Caitlin Weeks
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Carol has a special gift for making grain-free treats taste like the familiar sweets most of us grew up with. I have adopted her tips to make my gluten-free baking more appealing for my family and they always ask for seconds. -Caitlin Weeks
Heather Dessinger

Heather Dessinger

Carol's recipes are a special kind of alchemy. Simple, easy-to-find ingredients are transformed into belly warming delights that fill my kitchen with the most delicious smells. A must have for any gluten-free cook! -Heather Dessinger 
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Heather Dessinger
Carol’s recipes are a special kind of alchemy. Simple, easy-to-find ingredients are transformed into belly warming delights that fill my kitchen with the most delicious smells. A must have for any gluten-free cook! -Heather Dessinger 

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Is this book a printed book?

No this book is not a traditional printed book.  This cookbook is a digital book which means when you purchase your copy you will be given to a link to download the book.

What gluten free flours does the book contain?

I only use the following gluten free flours: almond flour and coconut flour.

What sweeteners do you use?

I use the following sweeteners in my recipes: raw honey, maple syrup, organic cane sugar and coconut palm sugar.

Is this book appropriate for the GAPS diet?

This book is not appropriate for the first few stages of the GAPS diet.  Some of the recipes use ingredients such as cream of tartar which is not allowed on any levels of the GAPS diet. I’m allergic to eggs.

Are there egg free recipes?

There are a few recipes that are egg free but the majority of recipes use eggs as the binder.

I have a kindle/iPad, will I be able to view the ebook on my kindle?

The ebook is delivered in a PDF file.  To view the ebook on your kindle/iPad follow these directions: download the ebook to your regular computer.  Then you can transfer the file to your devices.  For Kindle, you can use the “Send to Kindle” app.   This app works on PC or Mac.  The app can send downloaded files to your Kindle app on your Apple device (ie. iPad or iPhone), Android device, or Kindle.  Also the app “iBooks” can be used to download PDF files to your iPad.  For other e-book readers, you’ll have to do it however you normally do for that device. Usually this involves downloading them onto your computer first, then transferring the files via USB or WiFi to your device after they have been downloaded.

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