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Baking With the Gluten-Free Girl
Baking With the Gluten-Free Girl
Shauna James Ahern
Mix your own gluten-free flours and make decadent pies, luscious yellow cakes and satisfying chocolate chip cookies. The Gluten-Free Girl shows you how!
Curiously Similar
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Learn how to make baked goods that are so delicious no one will believe they’'re gluten-free! Create satisfying cookies, pie crusts, quick breads and more.
Richard Coppedge Jr.
Richard Coppedge Jr.
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Make gluten-free Italian dishes that are just as good as the originals — if not better! Make gluten-free pastas, flatbreads and even eggplant parmesan.
Kristine  Kidd
Kristine Kidd
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Create homemade gluten-free cakes that leave no one's sweet tooth unsatisfied! Bake, fill and frost cakes with a luscious crumb, irresistible flavors and no gluten.
Catherine Ruehle
Catherine Ruehle

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