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Gluten Free Vegan Baking Recipes: Healthy and Mouthwatering Gluten Free Vegan Baking Recipes For Dessert, Snacks, Meals and More Echo Bay Books

Gluten Free Vegan Baking Recipes: Healthy and Mouthwatering Gluten Free Vegan Baking Recipes For Dessert, Snacks, Meals and More

Echo Bay Books

Published September 5th 2014
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Kindle Edition
69 pages
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Eating a vegan diet, one that contains zero animal products or derivatives, is a difficult yet rewarding proposition. For many people, becoming a vegan helps them to live a healthier lifestyle, eating more natural, nutritious plant-based foods. ItMoreEating a vegan diet, one that contains zero animal products or derivatives, is a difficult yet rewarding proposition. For many people, becoming a vegan helps them to live a healthier lifestyle, eating more natural, nutritious plant-based foods. It can also be a moral obligation as vegan eating is completely cruelty-free. But a vegan diet is also quite restrictive and it takes quite a lot of planning and substituting to make this diet work effectively. Add on top of that a desire to go gluten free, and you have quite the challenge on your hands, particularly if you love baked goods and want to keep them in your diet. Gluten free vegan baked goods, however, do exist, and can be made with a little creativity and a little culinary skill. The resulting gluten free vegan baked goods are extremely delicious and more nutritious and satisfying than their traditional counterparts.But why would a vegan eater want to go gluten free in the first place? Vegans restrict animal products such as meat, cheese, yogurt, milk, and honey from their diets, and instead heavily rely on vegetables, fruits, beans, tofu, and whole grains. These foods are completely natural and healthy, but for some people, the proteins found in wheat-based grains, glutens, do present a problem. About 6% of the US population has a gluten intolerance issue meaning that their bodies cannot effectively digest the proteins found in wheat, rye, and barley. Another 2% suffer from Celiac’s disease, an autoimmune condition that destroys the lining of the intestines and is aggravated by gluten. Many more people also feel that glutens are unhealthy and unnatural, and they find that restricting them from their diets gives them more energy and better overall health.In This Recipe Book You’ll Find:- Nutty Banana Cookies- Tart Baked Apples- Sweet Potato Casserole- Baked Fruit- Baked Plums with Healthy Orange Custard Sauce- Sweet & Spicy Baked Bean Mix- And Much, Much More…