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Gluten-Free Goddess ebook cookbook

This book is available for download with iBooks on your Mac or iOS device, and with iTunes on your computer. Books can be read with iBooks on your Mac or iOS device.  

About Karina's cookbook: Gluten-Free Goddess


I began sharing my original recipes at Gluten-Free Goddess® in late fall of 2005. There are over 400 original gluten-free recipes now on the Gluten-Free Goddess® food blog. Like so many readers I have discovered the convenience of bringing my iPad into the kitchen to cook. It is wonderful to have an entire blog available- right at my fingertips. 

Looking over my recipe index I began to imagine an iPad ebook cookbook- a collection of recipe favorites from Gluten-Free Goddess®- the recipes I turn to, again and again. And the first Gluten-Free Goddess® iPad cookbook was born. A bright, concise, beautiful presentation of my favorite "Top 45" gluten-free recipes- a mix of 21 savory recipes, and 24 sweet recipes. 


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Included are my best gluten-free Pizza Crust recipe, our favorite Delicious Gluten-Free Bread and Whole Grain Bread, Skillet Cornbread with Green Chiles, Multi-Grain Dinner Rolls, Irish-American Soda Bread, and Whole Grain Olive Bread. 

You'll find appetizers-- from Nutty Multigrain Crackers to Fried Zucchini Chips with dip-- and family favorites-- Kicked Up Mac n Cheese, Grilled Vegetable Pasta Salad, Quinoa Salad with Maple Vinaigrette, Zucchini Gratin and Sweet Potato Black Bean Enchiladas- and more. Lighter fare-- my reader's favorite Creamy Detox Soup, Quinoa Taco Salad, and Coconut Corn Chowder with Lime.

Breakfast and sweet recipes include Sunday Morning Pancakes, Peach Coffee Cake, Orange Kissed Almond Muffins, Spotted Dog, Blueberry Almond Muffins, Quinoa Breakfast Bars, Zucchini Bread, Iced Pumpkin Scones, Dark Chocolate Brownies, Chocolate Chip Cookies, Raspberry Coconut Almond Bars, Pumpkin Praline Pie, Flourless Dark Chocolate Cake, Coconut Layer Cake, pumpkin, vanilla, and chocolate cupcakes (with several vegan frostings)... and more.

All baking recipes are dairy-free as well (if you prefer using dairy, simply substitute butter and milk). And many are vegan, or easily egg-free (substitutions given). 

Included are the basics of baking and cooking gluten-free- what to keep in your pantry, where gluten hides, and some quick start tips on making your gluten-free baking a success.

I hope you enjoy it!

Note: Download on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with iBooks and on your computer with iTunes. Books must be read on an iOS device. Download from iTunes here. For Blurb previewing purchasing: download the file onto your computer; bring it into iTunes; sync your iPad in iTunes. The cookbook will appear on your iBooks shelf.


Gluten-Free Goddess

best-loved recipes

KARINA ALLRICH

eBook for iPad | 114 pages | 45 recipes | $4.99



Note: This new ebook for iOS is in Apple epub format- 
with all its full color, page turning iBook goodness. 
Available for iPad, iPod Touch and iPhone.







For new readers, and recently diagnosed celiacs, I hope this gluten-free ebook inspires you--- and most of all, gives you hope. Because living gluten-free is not only good medicine, it can be downright fabulous.

So let go of old expectations, forget the tried and true of the past and have a little fun playing in the kitchen. Risk new flavors. Get intrigued by the magic of baking without gluten. Living gluten-free is a challenge, yes. But you know what?

It can also be delicious. As in. Totally.








xox Karina

40 comments:

  1. Hi Karina

    I downloaded your book today in the hope I could use adobe to read it and use it but unfortunately not.... please, pretty please publish it on Kindle (I have one of those) and think it will be an amazing addition to my kitchen. Your blog is truly brilliant and we had the pizza this weekend - my husband is a convert.....

    Thanks for making food for us so delicious and wonderful.

    Karen

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    1. Sorry- I hope Blurb offers that option soon.

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  2. I bought the book to use and support your wonderful blog. It is Stunning! What fabulous recipes and a feast for the eyes, too.

    Thanks,
    Tracey

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    1. Thank you so much for your kind words.

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  3. I LOVE your integrity Karina and how you stick to your guns about staying true to yourself! I am definitely purchasing your e-book to use on my netbook at christmas, since it will primarily be dragged around the kitchen by me! lol

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    1. Thank you for your kind words!

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  4. Yes please convert to other e-readers besides the mac system.... I want to try even more recipes!
    Kate

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    1. I have requested it. I hope Blurb offers that option soon.

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  5. I would love to have a copy of your e-book on my kindle! that way I can drag you into the kitchen with me while I concoct my next experiment :)

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  6. I really want to buy your book! I love your blog! I use it almost every day. Unfortunately I use an I pad that I need to be secure, so could you publish the app with the apple app store as an ebook too? Thank you so much for all of the wonderful tasty creativity you being to the world of gluten free baking!!!!

    Sincerly,
    -Pam

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    1. It is now available on iTunes- though it is not an app- it's an ibook. Hope that helps!

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  7. I REALLY REALLY wish you had nutrition facts for your recipes. That is the main thing that wholes me back from buying the ebook and making some of your recipes.

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    1. I do not offer nutritional info or counseling. There are online sites that offer recipe evaluation (trouble is- some gluten-free flours are not included in many data bases).

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  8. Hi Karina,
    It's late and I'm laying here with my daughter (8 years old) who just had an endoscopy today to test for Celiac. I know she has it and the most difficult part about it is I don't know how to cook (I was raised by wolves in the bush in Alaska..not kidding) :)
    I stumbled on your website about two hours ago and I feel like I just won the lottery. I will be buying your book and supporting you in every way I can. My daughter and I will be heading to the store in the morning. :) Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.
    Ravi

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    1. Thank you for your kindness, and I wish you and your daughter renewed health.

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  9. I don't have an ipod or a kindle. If you install the webbrowser Fire Fox ,there is an addition that allows you to read epub books
    its a free download. Here is the site to download fire fox. Then below that is the link to install the epub addition.

    www.getfirefox.com


    then open firefox, and browse to

    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/epubreader/

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    1. Hi Penny- I installed the above downloads as you suggested, but where do I go from there??? I can't seem to get anywhere that has this ebook... Rita

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  10. I bought your ebook with great excitement but I cannot figure out how to open it on my iPad. Is there a secret?

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  11. This is an e-pub file. Download the ebook (.epub format). Find the epub file in your downloads. Drag and drop the file into your iTunes folder, or import, to iTunes folder. You should see it in iTunes: Books. Connect your iPad to your computer. In iTunes, sync your iPad. On your iPad, open iBook shelf. See your book in iBooks.

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  12. Anonymous01:53

    I know I'm old fashioned.....but I sure wish your cookbook was out in paper. Any chance of that??

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  13. Anonymous21:46

    Wow what an interesting person you sound with definately amazing skills to come up with these recipes. Brenda

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  14. You should see about getting your cookbook "published" via BakeSpaces' Cookbook Cafe. It's a fabulous app for creating cookbooks.

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  15. just tried to p[urchse and paid but no download - I snet an email to blurb.com for help...but now I see that this is not an ebook and only works on a MAC? Is this not a pdf ebook that I can print out to use - I do not want a recipes that has to be read on a computer screen?

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  16. Amy, as the description says, this ebook is in Apple epub format- with all its full color, page turning ibook goodness. Compatible with iPads and iPhones.

    It is not a PDF.

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  17. Anonymous00:04

    i love this website me and my mom love your recipes and pictures.....the all look so good i can't deside!

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  18. Anonymous16:05

    Karina,
    Where do you get your flour? Can you suggest some stores or online ordering? All that I see in the stores around me are small bags of GF flour.
    Thanks for your help.
    Rilla

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  19. Anonymous22:18

    This blog is amazing. And your cookbook looks incredible. I do wish there was nutritional information on your recipes. Trying to keep the weight for myself and husband under control and watching our caloric intake is able to help us achieve that. Dont know if that is a possibility for future enhancements. Thanks so much for all the work you have put into this and helping people. We are just starting out on this journey and was referred to this site. Its the best out there that I have seen. Keep up the good work! Mari

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  20. Please publish a Kindle version of this book for those of us without iPads!!! Thank you!

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    1. I hope Blurb offers that option soon.

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  21. Has anyone had any luck in downloading the epub file and opening it in a non-ipad reader? I have a reader that will open any e-book type (including epubs), but based on the comments here and on the Blurb page, I don't want to buy the book only to find out I have no way to download it.

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    1. I haven't tried it on anything but an iPad. I'd worry that you wouldn't see the images and graphics.

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  22. I would love this in either pdf or Kindle format. I thought about buying the print version on blurb until I saw that it was $47. Any chance on a pdf or Kindle version for those of us who don't have apple devices?

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    1. Currently Blurb only offers these options, I'm afraid. The paperback is very expensive- I agree! (their price). Perhaps a Kindle version will be available soon?

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  23. Hi Karina, could I please bother you again re a technical issue. I have downloaded your book on ipad and unfortunately cant see the pictures - I am assuming the question marks on every second page are pictures as I can see the text .... hoping you can help, thanks :)

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    1. There are most definitely images! It sounds like there is a problem with your download (though I don't know for sure- Apple and Blurb run the technical side of this- I just submit my book; they distribute it to you). The image files are missing. Have you tried downloading the file again? If it continues, you'll need to ask Blurb (or iTunes) support.

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  24. Any word yet on a kindle edition?

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  25. Do you have a gluten free ravioli recipe?

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  26. Karina - thank you for all you do! I am allergic to potatoes and have a marvelous gf flour blend recipe that everyone loves, but it has potato starch. What is the very best substitute for potato starch in this multi-purpose flour blend recipe? (It already has a measure of tapioca starch). Thanks for your answer! (I couldn't find anyplace else to post this ?)

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  27. I just purchased your e-book. I have been gluten free(ish) for 1 day. I was told by my doctor that it is causing my arthritis to act up and is the source of my pain. I look forward to reading the book.

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  28. I would really love to get your e-book however, I have an android tablet.. :(

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Wishing you a delicious and beautiful day!

Karina - Gluten-Free Goddess xox


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