July 19, 2012

Review & Giveaway: KIWI Cookbook

I’m a big fan of KIWI Magazine, from their healthy family recipes to their suggestions for greener living – so naturally when they asked me to review their new KIWI Cookbook, I was super excited!
The book, titled, “Allergy-Friendly Food for Families” was right up my alley, as since the winter we’ve been testing out different elimination diets due to both my and the kids’ food sensitivities.
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As soon as my copy came in the mail, I knew it was a keeper!  Each recipe has color-coded tabs along the side, marking what allergens the recipe is “free” of.  There’s a convenient section on saving money by making your own gluten-free baking mix and other allergy-friendly pantry staples.  There’s an index in the back that breaks down recipes by what allergies they are safe for.  Amazing!
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The book also features beautiful photos, easy-to-follow recipes and sections about how to get your kids active in the kitchen – love it!
The recipes we’ve made so far have all been yummy.  My favorites have been the Greener Sloppy Joes (made with lentils instead of meat) and the Blueberry Corncakes.
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The KIWI Cookbook is a great guide for someone who is just starting to feel their way around the world of food allergies and intolerances.  I wish I had known about it back when we first started our journey through food sensitivities!
The folks at KIWI Magazine have provided me with one copy Allergy-Friendly Food for Families to give away!  To enter, simply leave a comment on the post below telling me what your favorite meal to cook is.
Entries must be received by Wednesday, July 25th.  Winner will be announced on Thursday, July 26th.  Please be sure your e-mail address is visible either on your profile or in your comment so I can contact you if you win!
Disclosure: I received a product sample for review from KIWI. I was not compensated for my review or opinion. I always give my honest opinions, feelings and beliefs about the products reviewed on this blog.

3 comments:

gail said...

lasagne
gkuroda(at)hawaii.edu

Barbara said...

Carrot cake

Emily Calderone said...

Terri - what have you found to work well so far when eliminating foods? I'm curious because my dr. just told me that my eczema is a sign of food allergies and I'm not really sure where to start when eliminating foods.

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