Successful gluten free living requires some cooking skills. Celiacs with unlimited budgets and/or people to cook for them may be able to sidestep this problem. Fortunately, there are possibilities. I recommend these three books:
Gluten Free in Five Minutes. This book starts assumes that the user has a microwave oven and a few utensils for mixing and chopping. Access to a refrigerator is not mentioned but would certainly come in handy. It starts from the beginning — including recipes for preparing corn-on-the-cob and poached eggs. It also spells out fact that an unshelled egg will explode if you put it in the microwave and what you can do to solve that problem. It also tells you how to make a chocolate sponge cake that serves two or a single tortilla. Obviously, this book targets celiacs who live alone or are the only person in the house who lives gluten free.
Gluten Free Cooking for Dummies. This book assumes that you have access to a full kitchen and goes into much more detail. But, the information is very readable and useful.
Living Gluten Free for Dummies. This book covers all aspects of gluten free living but includes many useful recipes and straight-forward directions for preparing them.
The widget below will enable you to order these books from Amazon. Note the first item in second row which lets you buy the two “dummies” books in a money-saving bundle. I get most of my information on all subjects from that series 0f books. We are not dummies, we are people with questions. These books provide answers.