4 Ingredients goes gluten free

Kim McCosker.
Kim McCosker.

COELIAC Australia has endorsed the latest cookbook from 4 Ingredients founder and author Kim McCosker.

4 Ingredients Gluten Free Lactose Free is the first release in Kim's 2013 Wellness Trilogy and features more than 60 recipes from mains to desserts, vegetarian to chocolate.

Each recipe, whether starter or dessert, is full in flavour and contains just four ingredients or less.

Kim said the recipes were developed using ingredients that satisfy those with specific intolerances.

She said the cookbook would help those people who have been diagnosed with Coeliac disease who also have secondary lactose malabsorption.

"Essentially though, 4 Ingredients Gluten Free Lactose Free will contribute towards the wellbeing for all people that simply wish to eat better," she said.

Create your own homemade and healthier, everyday foods such as almond milk and peanut "better", plus Kim has incorporated sweet treats like raisin loaf, mandarin friands and soups, sauces and salads.

Main meals include minty lamb rissoles, mustard and thyme chicken breast, Thai chickpea patties and a delicious laksa.

The Wellness Trilogy will be further complemented this August with the Part 2 release, 4 Ingredients Diabetes and again in October as 4 Ingredients Allergies completes the series.

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DID YOU KNOW?

Coeliac disease affects approximately 1 in 100 Australians.

However 75% currently remain undiagnosed.

This means that approximately 160,000 Australians have Coeliac disease but don't yet know it.


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