(St. Louis, MO)
From Twiga: My GFree spouse was born in Texas, raised in Tanzania and has highly multi-cultural tastes (Oh the stories I could tell!!!).
Knowing that wheat, and its by products, are ubiquitous in the US foodstyle, I headed for the bookstore, library, online sources to find ethnic cuisine utilizing any of the thousands of non wheat food prep. alternatives.
I bet you know what I found: an absolute dearth of recipes for GF ethnic cuisines-- till now. So I highly applaud, encourage, commend you in your quest/ passion. Keep it coming girl! And look into publishing your compendium.
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Thanks so much for your kind words Twiga...
I'm really glad you found the site. Hopefully it will help you and your husband find some new and interesting gfree favorites.
I'm working toward publishing what I've found. So far, I've published many of the gf cakes from around the world in an eBook. I'm quite proud of it, as a lot of things had to come together to make it happen...see it below. One of these days I'll offer a printed copy, and a Kindle version, if there is enough interest.
You can find some other recipes in my ebook of Easy Gluten Free Recipes. If you haven't downloaded it yet, it's free when you sign up for my ezine.
Also see the links below that go to some hard to find pages you might like.
Enjoy! and please keep in touch,
PS: You've inspired me to get my gluten Free Africa page up.
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