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Jules Gluten Free (& allergy friendly) Cookbook: Free for All Cooking

October 31, 2010 by  
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Thanks to Jules and her publisher, DaCapo Press for giving away one of these great new cookbooks to 3 lucky Gluten Freeville Friends. Congratulations Denise Nelson, Vicky Sing and Karen D. Wood for winning our random drawing.

I recently bought Jules Dowler Shepard’s new cookbook, “Free for all Cooking: 150 Easy, Gluten-Free, Allergy Friendly Recipes the Whole Family Can Enjoy”. In this versatile cookbook, gluten-free cooking expert Jules Shepard offers delicious gluten-free recipes that can also be made free of many major allergen ingredients—dairy, nuts, soy, eggs and more—to fit your unique dietary requirements. While that title is a mouthful, you’re in for a treat with all the tasty, gluten free, allergy friendly recipes you’ll find within the 236 pages.

When my book arrived from Amazon, I ripped open the box and the book just about fell open to page 195: 5-Minute Chocolate Cake. Within a few short minutes of the book’s arrival, I had a wonderful Chocolate Cake in a Mug! Not only delicious, but cute as can be! The chocolate chips melt just enough to make a lava-cake effect, and the cake itself is springy and yummy. This is such a perfect little cake recipe to have on hand for a special after school treat or a drop-in guest. Just imagine how impressed your guest will be when you whisk up a little cake in a mug that cooks in three minutes. It’s practically a miracle!

It’s that pumpkin time of year, so I couldn’t resist trying one of the pumpkin recipes: Pumpkin Cookies. For these were simple to mix up and drop by spoonfuls onto the parchment paper. Again, within a few short minutes, I had some beautiful little cookies. They turned out a bit more like soft little scones than cookies, but they were great. Good enough to share, which I did. I gave some to 3 different families. Two had celiac members and one did not. All of them enjoyed the cookies, whether they were gluten free households or not.

My third test from the book was the Soft Pretzel recipe. These were a bit more complicated to make, but not difficult. Three bowls and an hour later (some time needed for rising), I had six gorgeous, salty, chewy magical soft pretzels. They definitely tasted like the real thing!

This cookbook has a little bit of everything- or should I say a lot of everything:

  • Cooking Tips
  • Substitutions for ingredients that may be allergens
  • Breakfast Foods
  • Appetizers and Side Dishes
  • Breads and Rolls
  • Soups, Main Events
  • Desserts (LOTS of desserts!)

The recipes include things like:

  • Crusty French Baguette
  • Easy Homemade Ravioli
  • Southern Biscuits
  • Crab Cakes or Veggie “Crab” Cakes
  • Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies
  • Dairy-Free Cheesecake
  • and many more!!

If you haven’t discovered Jules’ recipes and mixes, you are definitely in for a treat, and if you have, you are in for many treats when you get this book! I can’t wait to try more of these great recipes and share them with my friends and neighbors. These are some impressive recipes!

Thanks to Jules and her publisher, DaCapo Press for giving away one of these great new cookbooks to 3 lucky Gluten Freeville Friends. Congratulations Denise Nelson, Vicky Sing and Karen D. Wood for winning our random drawing.

Buy one at this link. or on ($12.89 as of this writing)

Visit Jules Gluten Free for recipes and products.

Take a look at some of my reviews of her products (watch for more to come!)


382 Responses to “Jules Gluten Free (& allergy friendly) Cookbook: Free for All Cooking”
  1. K. Wilson says:

    would love recipes that are gluten free.

  2. Rachel White says:

    What a wonderful thing you are doing. I was diagnosed in 2007 with Celiac and have not been able to find to many things around where I live that are gluten free. Way to go!!! Keep those receipes coming :)

  3. Cassandra Cisneros says:

    I haven’t had decent chocolate cake or biscuits in years! This book looks amazing!

  4. Joseph Lisa says:

    I want to make those soft pretzels!!!

  5. Carol Foster says:

    I could sure use a book like this….I had a bittersweet event this week….my gluten-free bread flopped for the second time….sigh….but was able to use it to make gluten-free bread crumbs to dredge my chicken breast… was the best!!

  6. Juliana B. says:

    I’m a recent fan of Jules, and I love every one of her recipes that I’ve tried! I would love this book!

  7. Nancy says:

    Trying desperately to help our 15 year old daughter as we just learned of her gluten intolerance. This looks fantastic, hope I win for her!! :)

  8. Thea says:

    It looks like a wonderful book! I would love a copy!

  9. Lori says:

    Would love this book to give to my daughter for my 8 yr old grandaughter who has celiac.

  10. Ruth M. says:

    I just recently found out that gluten was making me sick and I struggling to find what to eat and learning how to cook sooo I cook book would be a life saver for my tummy!

  11. Terri A. says:

    Lead poisoning changed EVERYTHING in our world, when our son began having seizures at 5 yrs of age. His neurology immediately began rejecting every food he ate. When we had him tested, they said his neurons were not registering correctly and he was severely allergic to all foods; this, combined with the 45-page rotation diet they gave us made me cry for 3 straight days. I’m so THANKFUL to have found GF/CF foods that he can now try (with some modification) and eat! (so is he!) Thanks so much! :o )

  12. Sheila Miller says:

    Hi, I have been struggling to regain my life after suffering for years as an undiagnosed Celiac. Since last year when I was finally diagnosed, I have been ill more days than well & continue to fight an uphill battle of regaining my health. I would love a copy of this book as it will help me to learn to live, instead of merely struggling to survive. Thank you kindly for your time & consideration. Blessings!

  13. hailey hughes says:

    Jules is amazing!!! Love love love her delish creations!!

  14. RobinN says:

    I believe Jules makes the best all-around all-purpose gluten-free flour, bar none! There are others that I have used with some success, but Jules flour is the hands down winner across the board in all of my cooking and baking endeavors. Yesterday, wanting to use my freshly home-made pumpkin puree, I embarked in a baking frenzy. Jules flour inspired me to be creative and make biscuits, chocolate-pumpkin swirl brownies and banana-pumpkin muffins. All turned out fabulous, and I believe even better than they would have if I had used gluten-flour. The non-gluten-free people in my life often comment that they prefer my gluten-free creations to the wheat flour counterparts. That’s huge!

  15. PeggyM says:

    I really could use a cookbook. I am the only one in my family who is gluten free. most nights it is 2 meals one for me and one for the rest. would be nice to figure out how to cook for everyone besides meat potatoes and a vegetable.
    I am not much of a cook due to other health issues but know that the better I eat the better I will feel.

  16. Sue says:

    oh yes! Need need recipes, this is all new to me.

  17. Scott says:

    I would really love this book, I am a culinary student and love to try out new recipes.

  18. Beth says:

    Can’t wait to try these recipes! Nice review; made me hungry for the pumpkin cookies. And this time of year; let’s hope there’s a ginger molasses recipe too!

  19. Kelly Purcell says:

    I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease over 12 yrs ago. I have to admit I don’t follow the gluten free diet very well as all the recipes books I have seem to have complex recipes. I am by far not a gourmet cook and need easy recipes to follow. I really want this cookbook!

  20. Judith Bailey says:

    I’m always looking for new recipes that are gluten-free to prepare for my daughter when she visits. Desserts don’t seem to be a problem; it’s the entrees that are limiting (so many contain wheat flour). This book appears to be an answer to the problems!

  21. Amy says:

    Looking forward to flipping thru the pages!

  22. Jessica says:

    My almost 18 year old daughter was just diagnosed with Celiac. She has Type 1 Diabetes and Thyroid disease as well. *sigh* We’ve jumped into this new diagnosis with both feet and are hungry for anything she can add to her diet requirements that tastes good!

  23. gail says:

    I’d love to have a simple cookbook simple to make with all the different ingredents you need.These pretzels look absolutely delicious and yummy

  24. Deb says:

    It would be wonderful to win your cookbook. I love your recipes… ♥

  25. Brenda says:

    This book looks amazing! My daughter and I are newly diagnosed gluten intolerant/Celiac. Being a pastry chef, I have the hardest time accomodating us for baked goods. This book should definitely help expand our horizons!

  26. Rachel Rust says:

    My daughter has celiac and would love to have a good gf cookbook so I can come up with some good meals. I am starting to run out of ideas.

  27. Jamie Brummel says:

    Sure would love a copy!

  28. Marcy Burnham says:

    My son was recently diagnosed with a grocery list of allergy no-no’s. Though our 1st Halloween is under our belt the holidays are coming and I would be grateful for some ideas on our day to day special adventures.

  29. Lisa Hessel says:

    All I can say is SOFT PRETZELS?!?!? Oh My!!! I was diagnosed 3 years ago and miss so many things. This cookbook sounds amazing :)

  30. Rebecca says:

    I am having the hardest time finding a good gluten free cookbook. This one sounds great!

  31. Melissa says:

    SOFT PRETZELS! PUMPKIN COOKIES! My mouth is watering just looking at them! I def. need this cookbook!:0)

  32. Jen says:

    Looks great, will have to add to my Christmas wish list. Pumpkin cookies I miss them so very much.

  33. monica says:

    would love gf recipes that the whole family can eat!

  34. ali says:

    i love new recipes!

  35. Joyce Volkmann says:

    My whole family needs to eat gluten free, but I am having compliance issues with my 12 yo son. Quick easy delicious treats might help him not feel so deprived.

  36. Melissa says:

    New to GF/CF diet and would love the help. Please pick me

  37. Sue says:

    Wow! Always a baker, since becoming a gluten free eater, I don’t have a clue about the chemistry of gluten free baking! I would love to win, and will share the news of the book!

  38. Beth says:

    I hope to find some gfree thanksgiving stuffing in this cookbook!

  39. sarena says:

    WOW this looks great. I am totally gf and would love to win! Thanks for the offer.

  40. Cyndy says:

    Would love to eat soft pretzels again!

  41. The holidays are coming and I am the cook. My family would love it if I could eat all the side dishes, instead of just a few. Thanks so much for this opportunity!

  42. Melanie Dubaj says:

    You had me at 5 minute chocolate cake! I have recently been diagnosed with Celiac, and have had few problems altering my diet to be mainly fruits, vegetables, meat, rice, and potatoes. However, I do love my chocolate, and would LOVE a great recipe that I can whip up in just a few minutes! Sounds like heaven, in more ways than one! :o )

  43. Sue Roenke says:

    Would love to make cake in a cup gluten free!

  44. Cheryl Schenk says:

    I would love a cookbook since we are still really new to this Gluten Free diet. So it would be nice to have new recipies.

  45. Cindy says:

    Between my gluten-free diet and my friend’s allergen-free diet, we would be sharing this book! It looks great!

  46. I would love to win this book, I’m new to this gluten free and need to learn how to cook gluten free. This is a real challenge to learn how to cook all over again. Thanks for this opportunity.

  47. chris humberger says:

    Thanks for this opportunity. Would love to have this cookbook. My husband has celiac disease. Just got the flour, will be trying it this week!

  48. Jeanine says:

    Yes, please! I can always use more recipes! :)

  49. Karen Wirth says:

    I would LOVE to have a Gluten Free Cookbook, I was Diagnosed in 2007, w/ Celiac and I always make the same boring things, this would help spice up my life, thanks Gluten Freeville!!

  50. Joann McLean says:

    “chewy chocolate chip cookies” got me, that was one of the first of many failed experiments in baking gluten free…would love to have a decent no fail cookbook!

  51. Rebecca says:

    I’m always looking for new, yummy stuff!

  52. Mary Eastman says:

    I’ve not bought a new GF cookbook in years….it would be great to have new ideas and new recipes!!! Thanks!

  53. Amanda says:

    Hi there,
    I’m new to gluten-free living, as I was recently diagnosed by my doctor. I’ve been struggling with making easy food choices, and frustrated with different consistencies of batters, doughs, etc. The whole process is overwhelming! I would absolutely love some tips, tricks, and easy menu ideas! :)



  54. Hannah burnette says:

    I would LOVE a book…always looking for yummy gf recipes to try.

  55. Debi Z says:

    Cookbooks are the best books ever…especially when they contain Gluten Free recipes.. YUMMY!!

  56. Jessica B says:

    Love Jules and would love to win this cookbook! Thanks for giving one away!

  57. Peggy S says:

    Sounds like a fantastic book.

  58. Mary J. says:

    I would love to have this cookbook! I do not even own a GF cookbook. My son was diagnosed 3 years ago with Celiac and it has been a struggle. Thanks!

  59. Sharon says:

    II have been cooking GF for 1 1/2 years now, and the hardest part is converting recipes. I could really use a cookbook – would be awesome to be able to win one. Would buy one, but the timing is not right… Thanks for writing this!

  60. jessica H says:

    it all looks so YUMMY… Cant wait to get my hands on this book and start cooking things I can eat!!

  61. Diana Gervits says:

    MMM, yum. I miss southern biscuits and ravioli. This sounds like a great book and would be helpful in an extended family full of food intolerances. thanks!

  62. Angie Whenry says:

    I love your recipes and can’t wait to get my hands on your new cookbook. Thanks for all you’re doing to make gluten free cooking tasty!

  63. Jennifer Van WIeren says:

    Sounds yummy…and making me hungry :)

  64. LIbby Brooks says:

    It would be great to get your cookbook. I changed my daughters diet due to ADHD and I have had such a hard time finding food shhe likes. This book looks like it could also bring some quality mom/daughter time.

  65. Winter Buckalew says:

    Tired of cooking the same things need to change my way and that book could help!

  66. Joyce Raatz says:

    I so need a cookbook with everyday meals I am just learning to be gluten free and I struggle. My old brain has a very hard time staying gluten free with all that bad stuff out there for me to indulge in :(

  67. Rachel Pavao says:

    I am always looking for somthing new, been gf due to celiac’s diagnos this past june.. and i am tired of eating the same old stuff.. need new recipe’s!
    and the cook book would be a huge help! pick me!

  68. martina says:

    I would like to win this book, sounds good :}

  69. Corinna says:

    just starting out baking and cooking with gluten free products…loving the new tastes and textures…would love to enjoy a new cookbook..! Have a great day !

  70. Wendy Impens says:

    I am new to the GF way of eating and would LOVE This as my first GF cookbook!

  71. Carlene Henager says:

    I recently got Jules’ ThanksGIVING cookbook. I was very impressed with the ease of reading and directions. My husband was determined to be gluten intolerant in March, and we’ve been going crazy trying to get decent tasting food ideas for him.
    This cookbook would be a great help, and the review up top looks promising.

  72. Kristy Hendzel says:

    I would love to have one of these books to start my G/F cook book collection!

  73. Nisha Paige says:

    Two months post diagnosis it is time for me to really get a handle on living gluten free. This book sounds it would help me down the path to a healthy, happy belly.

  74. Erin Edwards says:

    I’d love a recipe book:) So many loved ones (church, family, friends) are asking how they can include me in events. I get so sick from CC that I’ve been afraid to let them include me much. Sharing a cookbook with them would help me feel more comfortable and educate them on how to feed me safely:)

  75. Amy says:

    My son was 5 when we found out he had Celiac. I am always looking for new ideas and healthy food for him that will make him a “normal boy” …Thanks!!

  76. Deb says:

    I used my mom’s GF cookbooks…it would be great to have my own and new ideas.

  77. Leah McVicker says:

    I can’t wait to check out this cookbook!

  78. Stephanie Marceau says:

    I would love to win this ccokbook as well ! New to GF and need some ideas

  79. Leslie says:

    I would love to win! Thanks for the opportunity!

  80. Shirley says:

    I’d love to have a new book to try out and review! It’s good to see one that doesn’t completely revolve around sweets!

  81. Tammy E. says:

    Would love to have this cookbook……would love to learn how to cook gluten free and it taste good.

  82. Kimberly Ledbetter says:

    I’ve been GF for several years but just can’t seem to find recipes that I enjoy. Would love to have this book!

  83. lori says:

    I would just LOVE to win this:) The more i know and have on GF, The better:) Thanks:)

  84. Kathy says:

    Love getting new recipes!!

  85. Kathy says:

    I would love to be made a winner! Thanks

  86. Cherie says:

    My 3 year old daughter was recently diagnosed with celiac so cooking for her has been an learning experience. I would love this great cookbook to help me out!

  87. Jeni says:

    I am pretty new to the GF world and would LOVE more ideas to help me and my little 2 year old celiac. Thanks so much for the opportunity!

  88. Marilyn Highley says:

    Thanks for the chance to win something so useful for those of us who struggle to prepare something tasty while taking care of our dietary restrictions. Please post the names of the winners, if they agree. Again, thanks for the chance!!

  89. Rachael says:

    Thanks for doing a raffle! I’d love to win, but am also glad to know about this new book.

  90. Keturah says:

    Looks like a great cookbook for my library…would love to win!

  91. Amanda H. says:

    The recipes look delicious! I would love to have this cookbook! :)

  92. Carol Goyette says:

    I would love this cookbook

  93. Kelley says:

    We have our 13yr old daughter on a gluten free diet because of hyperactivity issues. She has improved significantly since being on a gluten free diet. She can focus better, and get her work done easier without bouncing from place to place or from thing to thing. Would love to win cause I am always in need of recipes to make things new and interesting for her.

  94. katrina says:

    I have a hard time finding gluten free recipes my daughter likes. This book sounds great!

  95. Diane says:

    I just got my first bag of Jules’ GF All Purpose Flour in the mail. Her cookbook would be great! My husband and daughter are both celiacs.

  96. Vicki says:

    I want to win!!!

  97. Sue OKray says:

    I am newly diagnosed with a gluten allergy and I have no recipe books that are allergy free. This would be a great gift for me to learn how to cook some gluten free foods that probably taste very good.

    Thanks much!

  98. Alison says:

    My son has been on a gluten-free diet for years, but now I am ready to expand to the whole family!! This book sounds like a great jump start for my new project!! Thank You!

  99. Melissa Shaw says:

    It sounds like such a wonderful cookbook! It would be a big help around here!

  100. Angie Katz says:

    I can’t wait to get my hands on this book! I’m always looking for new recipes to share with my friends and family who struggle with food allergies. Being a Celiac myself, I’m always excited to learn new techniques and ideas.

    Thanks, Jules!

  101. Angela N. says:

    I love Jules cooking recipes and videos… id love to have this book. Thank you so much for the chance to win!

  102. daphna says:

    well this sounds REALLY great! i live in israel an although we do not ride camels like some people think ^_^ we are certainly behind in the gf dep. its hard to even find flour that is neither soy nor corn based and all the almost all the recipes i find online require ready made mixes and stuff that i cant find and so having this book could do wonder to mu nutrition.. healthy food is one step in the road to work again along side fm.. great day all!

  103. Cheryl says:

    I do not have any gluten-free cookbooks (yet), and I know this type of cooking/baking would be healthier for my family. I would LOVE to win this book!

  104. Francine says:

    9 years with Celiac disease and the description of the soft pretzel recipe has me so excited to try this cookbook! Yea for new recipes so I don’t feel like a freak that can’t eat anything normal. :)

  105. Gabrielle Smith says:

    Wow this would be really helpful in our family!

  106. Jeryl says:

    Any book that includes gluten-free baguettes and ravioli is a welcome addition to my collection. My husband is gluten-free and pastas and breads tend to make me anxious when making…they never seem to taste just right. I’m looking forward to trying Jules’ recipes for these and more! Would love a copy of the book.

  107. Kass Whidden says:

    Sounds like a wonderful cookbook to have for any household, GF or not. The 5 minute chocolate cake sounds wonderful and I so miss soft pretzels, THANK YOU.

  108. Marie O'Dell says:

    I am always on the look out for GF recipes. I love to cook, bake and experiment with different combinations of GF ingredients. I would love to have Jules’ cookbook. Thank you for the opportunity to win one.

  109. shannon says:

    This would be awesome as I have soooo many allergies!

  110. Kari miller says:

    I would love to have Jules cookbook. The chocolate cake in a mug sounds amazing. I have been Celiac for 5 years and in a rug with my cooking. I need some new ideas.

  111. Finally a Gluten free cookbook that takes into account that someone may be allergic to dairy too. Look forward to trying it out.

  112. Genna says:

    I have been gluten free for a year now due to an intolerance to wheat and I do not have any gluten free cookbooks yet and would love to have one! I enjoy baking and cooking and I have been having fun experimenting with gluten free products in my baking and cooking. I think it would be great if I had one of Jules’ cookbooks to add to my collection as I am finding that I am running out of ideas for gluten free recipes.

  113. Shanon Heil says:

    Those pretzels look amazing! I am fairly new to the GF lifestyle and I do not have a cookbook yet…I would love to win this! It sounds perfect for our family!

  114. kelly Boerner says:

    hubby has celiac and cooking can sometimes be a real challenge. This could definitly be of great help..

  115. Jason Williamson says:

    This book is great. I have 2 boys and myself which are allergic to gluten and trying to cook for them is not easy.

  116. Rene Adkins says:

    I’d love to have this book! I’m newly diagnosed and learning.

  117. Aurora Keffeler says:

    Thankyou for the giveaway! My husband is Celiac and gluten free for a year now. I look forward to trying out new recipes!

  118. dawn says:

    Thanks for the chance to win! These recipes sound great for a celiac family like mine.

  119. Tracy says:

    Would love to win, three celiacs in this house!

  120. Colleayn K. says:

    I would love to win this book. I need good recipes!

  121. Linda O. says:

    Being with Celiac disease, I am so gladd I havew sites and offers as this one..thank you.

  122. Thank you for the opportunity – and even if I don’t win, I plan on purchasing your book. It sounds like it would be very helpful!

  123. Amelia H says:

    I would love to win this cookbook. I dont have any Gluten free cookbooks yet.

  124. Karla Bowe says:

    My son was recently diagnosed with Celiac, so any help with new recipes is always welcomed. Would love to win a cookbook.


  125. Katie says:

    I’m still fairly new to the Gluten Free lifestyle. I’m constantly looking for easy recipes.

    Thanks for the chance to win the book.

    Katie Althouse

  126. Kristen says:

    Just received my diagnosis of Celiac disease last month. This would be really helpful!

  127. Can’t wait to try the cake in a mug!

  128. Whitney Lynch says:

    I would love this! We are a gluten free household with two small children. I love the idea of a quick cake in a mug-yum! And I thought the days of soft pretzels were long gone. Thank you for taking the time to think of all GF individuals and working to create what sounds like an amazing cookbook!!

  129. Von Picard says:

    I’ve had food allergies since birth & I didn’t learn about them until later on in life, at that time gradually changed the way I eat & I’ve recently went gluten free & still learning, so the cookbook would really help me in a lot of ways ~ thank you for the offer ~ Pick me, Pick me!!

  130. Kari Whitman says:

    This is FANTASTIC! I am a CELIAC and have a GF household that would benefit from your delicious RECIPES tremendously! With work, Family, kids, sports and daily life this would make life a lot easier!

  131. Rachel Garmon says:

    This looks like it has some awesome ideas that I would love to try! I just found out I had Celiac and DH in June and have been looking for cookbooks and ideas over the internet. What a great chance to add some new ideas to my house~ Thanks!!!

  132. Angela Parks says:

    It looks wonderful! I would love to have this cookbook. Good, delicious recipes that even my husband would eat are hard to come by. ;) Thanks so much!

  133. Janet says:

    I’m getting hungry just seeing the list of recipes. Gluten-free Southern-style biscuits? Yum!

  134. Di says:

    This book sounds sooo great, would love to try that pretzel recipe. We love them but just haven’t tried a gluten free version.

  135. Sara Swenson says:

    I don’t have any GF cookbooks…would really love one:)

  136. Annette Leberfinger says:

    This looks really good. I’ve had Celiac for 2 years and am tired of making different meals for everyone. I try to incorporate GF as much as possible for the whole family, but am always looking for new ideas.

  137. Sarah Hall says:

    Sounds like a great cookbook for breads!

  138. Dianah says:

    My daughter, two granddaughters and I all suffer from gluten intolerance. Last Thanksgiving was not much fun because the food just didn’t satisfy us. We’ve tried several of the recipes from the site and LOVED them. We’re looking forward to a tastier Thanksgiving because of all of the delicious recipes! Your cookbook would be put to good use in our family.

  139. Liz Schieler says:

    I am three months into my GF life and I could really use a cookbook for some new ideas. I do not have any GF cookbooks yet and it would be awesome to have one for the holidays.

  140. laurel White says:

    I decided to go Glutin,sugar,wheat and white flour FREE. It has been 12 weeks, and I feel Great!!!
    Diabetes runs in my family and I had it when I was pregnant with only child, 11 yrs ago. I recently reached by “PreBaby” weight after all that time, thanks to this new way of eating. I call it a shift in my diatary intake, not a diet. this is a lifestyle change.
    Believe it or not, my family is following right along with me, I am shocked that my daughter asks for good food when given the choice. I am planning to educate myself and become a person(nutritional) Health Coach, This only compliments my life’s work as a neuro muscular therapist.
    I would love to give this book to my husband, considering he does the food shopping and alot of the cooking, He’s a Marine but he is comming around….eating better and trying to accomodate me. Thanks for your time.
    Many blessings, you all are doing a wonderful thing for us, thanks.

  141. Lauren says:

    Ravioli? I’m in!

  142. debbi varnell says:

    I would love to win this cook book!! my grandson is peanut, shellfish free, i am gluten free !! fun in our house. he loves to help me cook . he has been cooking sience he was in his high chair , he is now 4. he would love your cookbook. thanks debbi

  143. Laura Legare says:

    I just made my first recipe with her flour mix- a banana bread recipe from Cooking Light that I just substituted cup for cup. It was great! I’m excited for this cookbook.

  144. Vicky Sing says:

    I have 2 books on GF cooking and need a few more. I would be happy to add this one to my collection. But I have printed out many of Jules recipes from heer site, but having loose papers around is a problem. My fav is her Popcorn Bread. So yummy my non-GFfriends don’t know the difference! WTG Jules Keep cooking and sharing.

  145. Stefannie says:

    This looks great!!! I tend to stick to common simple things because I’m still learning but this book seems like it can help me expand!!!! So excited to try!!

  146. Kathy Burkeen says:

    My 10 year old son and I are starting our gluten free diet TODAY due to celiac, and we will need all the help we can get!! We are hoping the benefits of “feeling better” are worth the challenges of learning how to live this new lifestyle!!!

  147. Bonnie Messenger says:

    This sounds terrific. I just ordered the sample pack of flour in order to try making my first GF pie crust!

  148. Jane Taylor Hardy says:

    I am so glad to hear Jules has published this! I only cook with Jules’ gluten-free flour and I have tried recipes in her other book and they are divine! She has really made gluten-free cooking taste good. I, like Jules, am a natural cook, and so my heart fell when I learned I had celiac dis-ease, just like my cakes and cookies did until I found her flour :0) I am excited to get this book from such a fabulous author!

  149. Crystal says:

    Our son is on a gluten-free diet, so therefore we are a gluten-free family :) there are so many things, like soft pretzels, ravioli, etc, that I thought we’d have a hard time finding or making, so I’m excited about this cookbook! Thanks for the chance to try to win one!

  150. Dena Feller says:

    Would LOVE to win one of these books. Those pretzels look amazing and my son would really enjoy eating them.

  151. Laurie says:

    I have had many different intolerances for years and as the list seems to grow smaller of things I can eat, I am getting discouraged with the plain old meat, rice, and veggies routine…would love to kick it up a notch with some variety while using this book!

  152. Terisa Thorpe says:

    just discovering my intolerances, love to cook, need recipes

  153. Sharon says:

    As a mother of 4 children ages 10 and under, 2 with confirmed celiac disease, and 2 suspected celiac, I need all the help I can get cooking! We are stuck in a rut of the same few dinners. Would love some new recipes!

  154. Patricia Campbell says:

    This book looks wonderful – I have to say that the chocolate cake in a mug really grabbed my attention. I would have liked to hear something about the non-dessert recipes in the book. I try to keep the sugar intake to a minimum, so I’m most interested in easy, quick, GOOD TASTING recipes that are GF (my experience with many GF cookbooks has not been very favorable). THIS book gives me hope!

  155. Amy Waggoner says:

    I am struggling right now trying to find foods for my 7 year old. He has Celiac Disease. We have been gluten free for 2 years. He has gotten so picky lately. I need some new recipe ideas! Thanks so much.

  156. Holly says:

    I have such gratitude for those who publish books such as this. Being gluten free is a challenge in and of itself plus with family members with multiple allergens , it would be a wonderful thing to have a cookbook that is worry free! I am finding even those who are unaware of food allergens by eating allergy free they feel better too! I would be very thankful to have this book in my kitchen!

  157. Maggie Murphy says:

    my friend just found out her 18 month old grand daughter has celiacs even though i have celiacs n eat gf myself any new ideas would be of great help to us both n some new recipes also.

  158. Dee Powell says:

    I am still fining my way around GF cooking. Can’t wait to see this GF cookbook

  159. Jane dittman says:

    Husband diagnosed at age 72 – answered a lot of health issues – after son was officially diagnosed at age 48. We thought he had it as a child and followed diet until a GI DOC told him he didn’t in his 20s. Doc said it was genetic to have parents tested. We have become major fans of Jules. her flour products and recipes. I just received my first bread mix today am anxious to try it. We have her other recipe books so if I don’t win one – I’ll be sure to buy it.

  160. I have two boys with severe and major food allegies (too many to list), they are 7 and 4. My oldest loves food and will eat any thing, as long as it is safe for him…even the flops and he will always tell me it’s yummy, even if I know it’s bad. My youngest, well…that’s another story. He’s hard to feed and is very, very picky. I would love a new cook book that is safe for my kids, that’s easy and has a lot of new/yummy recipes. Actually, I should say my kids would love some recipes! Thank you!

  161. Leslie says:

    I’ve only been going gluten-free for about 3 weeks — an experiment (so far successful) to see if I could clear up a few health issues. As of now, I’ve pretty much been doing gluten-avoidance . . . but I’m beginning to miss some of my old faves. I’d love to do more GF cooking, and this looks like a great book! Thanks for the chance!

  162. Roxanne says:

    Looking for easy recipes to appeal to my two teenagers but are safe for my husband and myself to eat. Have not had much luck finding family friendly cookbooks that are gluten-free.

  163. cherie says:

    My oldest son and I have been gluten free for almost 15 years now. Even though the rest of the family isn’t gluten intolerant, they eat gluten free and are much healthier for it. We are always looking to try yummy new recipes! We’d love to add this cookbook to our collection!

  164. Debbie says:

    Recently diagnosed with Hashimoto’s and am just learning how to cook GF after many years of trying my hardest to avoid cooking at all! It is a strange new world and I would love to win this book to expand my new collection of GF recipes!

  165. Karen D Wood says:

    Since I never seem to win anything I wasn’t going to leave a comment but since I love Jules and her recipes I figured I would do so as I would love to win her cookbook!! I have multiple food allergies and have been GF for 7 years now so could use a few new GF recipes to spice up my cooking. Thank you for this opportunity to win a cookbook!

  166. Julia Lynch says:

    My daughter (8 yrs) and I have been GF for 2 years due to Celiac. I am not a natural cook and am always looking for new recipes. Love your website!

  167. Julie Douglas says:

    Diagnosed in 1997 with Celia Sprue, I have had a very challenging time finding things that are gluten-free in my small town. It would be great to receive this cookbook!! Thanks for sending me information via facebook.

  168. Inese says:

    I am bored with my food and have food sensitivities to deal with plus celiac disease. God knows, how much this book would come in handy for me.

  169. Tracie Baker says:

    I have an 8 year old daughter who has celiac disease and anaphylactic dairy allergy. Finding things that she not only CAN eat but WILL eat is very difficult. The list of things she eats is very short and I would love to be able to expand this list. I would love to receive this cookbook. Thanks for writing such wonderful books as these.

  170. Heide says:

    How wonderful the choices! I am so excited to try the pretzels and ravioli, yummy! It was so hard to find any recipes just a few years ago, with books like this I get really good safe food and can show friends it can taste fabulous too.

  171. Joan says:

    Very excited to get the cookbook and try the great recipes.

  172. Catherine Bochat says:

    I have been getting sick since i was in my 20, it wasn’nt all the time so i just never really thought about it , but when i got older I knew someing I was eating made me sick , I thought it was beef cut it out of my diet and felt better, but not for long, so i kelpt serching, now at 50 i found out all on my own I cant eat glutens, I’m not full celiac,but still have to watch what i eat, I never felt better now,Too have this cook book would mean so much to me , I just but all my cook books in my yard sale pile,I love to cook and miss cooking alot of things,To pick up this book and be able to fix some thing from it , love it

  173. Melissa says:

    I just recently started using Jules flour blend on some of my recipes. It took the grit out of my chocolate chip cookies. Thank you, thank you. I just tried your pumpkin donuts and my son was able to enjoy a gf donut for the first time since his celiac diagnosis 8 months ago. I also modified this recipe to make apple cider donuts which were fabulous. I am looking forward to trying your flour blend on some of my other recipes. P.S. used your flour blend with a cresent roll recipe, The Pampered Chef’s Sweet Cinnamon Sprinkle, and made the most delicious mini cinnamon rolls in a snap.

  174. Jan Stevens says:

    I sure could use a GREAT Gluten Free cookbook. I love to bake and my life has been turned upside down. but I can learn new recipes with guidance.

  175. Ashley Huntington says:

    Can’t wait to try this cookbook!

  176. Trisha says:

    My son is on the Spectrum and we are trying to go GF/CF. It is really hard, especially with all we’re paying for other therapy treatments, to focus on the food. Any help is SO appreciated!!

  177. Sandy Haskins says:

    Holidays are coming!!! Being the Great Gramma to fourteen little ones keeps me busy but I still like to provide treats for all and at this time they need to be GF for some so I just do it for all. Can’t hurt. The goodies in your new book will surely please them all. Winning your book would surely help.

  178. Brooke Prim says:

    I have struggled with Crohn’s disease and gluten and dairy intolerances for a long time. I am always grateful for a book that can give me new recipe ideas and enhance my quality of life!

  179. Lori O'Brien says:

    My family of three are all Gluten free, would LOVE YOUR COOKBOOK! :)

  180. Laurel says:

    My daughter has to be gluten, dairy and egg free. Jules has really helped us!

  181. Looks great. Have a daughter with Celiac disease and I suspect I have a gluten sensitivity. I am always looking for great new recipes!

  182. I have been READING about Jule’s…I am only a few months into this and have thrown items away…it is very discouraging…I love to bake from scratch…what is this, a new language?

  183. Jenny says:

    This cookbook sounds fantastic. I just found out about Jules recently and have been wanting to try her mixes and recipes. I was diagnosed over two years ago and been enjoying this new life style very much and always interested in new recipes, ideas, flour blends etc.

  184. janneh says:

    just starting the gluten free life….this book would sure help!

  185. Monica Sheck-Cooper says:

    I am trying so hard to learn to cook gluten free. I am truly sick of eating eggs!

  186. Janice says:

    I am the gluten free one in our house but since I am the cook, our meals are GF except for one or two items here and there for the family. It would be great to be able to just cook 100% GF for all meals and still satisfy my family. More GF recipes would be most welcome in my kitchen!

  187. Katie says:

    Thanks for offering this giveaway…Have been hearing wonderful things about this new cookbook lately. Am personally trying to get more adventurous with my G-F cooking & baking and this seems like the perfect inspiration!

  188. Paula C says:

    I would love to have some GF recipes and ideas. I am trying to keep my daughter Gluten and Dairy free to help her Crohn’s Disease.

  189. Linda Barton says:

    My hat goes off to the science of baking gluten free. Im not much in the cooking department but thank goodness my b/f loves to cook. He’s always trying new recipes on me and I’d looooove to have him use that book!!!
    Thanks for making GF living great fun!

  190. Rhiannon Loggains says:

    Looks wonderful! Fingers crossed on winning!

  191. Susan Chipman says:

    My kids are both Gluten Intolerant and my son really needs GF Recipes that taste like the real thing and that are not super time consuming to make. He will starve himnself if it doesn’t taste like the real thing. I would love to try the cookbook and see what he thinks!!

  192. Love the sound of the chocolate cake in a mug. I live in a small town where Celiac disease is not well known. I’ve been diagnosed with it, then it was ruled out, and now it’s a possibility again. Very frusterating! Finding GOOD gluten free food can be a struggle.

  193. Michell says:

    Awesome looking book! Can’t wait to get it. It looks like it will have some great ideas for us all. My kids (2 and 4) are celiacs as well as myself. I just KNOW I will find something in this book!

  194. Christy says:

    Your new cookbook looks like it has lots of new ideas for delicious gluten free recipes. I am always tired of coming up with something to make for dinner, or dessert, etc. It would be great to be able to have some options that my family would enjoy also. Since I have celiac disease and they don’t, I try to make meals that they would like to eat and be gluten free as well. This can be a challenging task for me. I’ve only had celiac disease for about three years now, and don’t have enough gluten free recipe options. I would love the opportunity to try your cook book.

  195. ariela says:

    After discovering I was celiac, I has slowly found one food sensitivity after another. I really struggle with making food interesting. The allergen substitution part is a really great idea!

  196. Sherrie Hayden says:

    My son and I could really use this cookbook. Finding new and interesting ways to cook gluten free and to keep him feeling like the child he is. He won’t feel left out. He can still have gluten free cookies and other snacks the children have. It’s made a bit different with his health in mind and doesn’t taste like cardboard.

  197. Ana Schrick says:

    Would love to try another gluten free cookbook!

  198. Terin FitzGerald says:

    Oooh, this sounds like an awesome book. It’s so hard to cook gluten free…what an inspiration this book would be! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  199. Kristen says:

    i’ve just started my gluten free journey 10 days ago. i love to cook and bake…sure would love to have a cookbook to expand my gluten free repertoire.

  200. Derek says:

    I think this is an excellent idea, and will help people overcome this disease and deal with it alot easier

  201. Holly says:

    i keep running into new things i just need to avoid and we all know how much that sucks :/

  202. Kesha dyson says:

    I need all the help I can get!

  203. H S says:

    This would be better than substituting gluten-free ingredients for regular ones and getting weird results in recipes.:)

  204. Debbie Bozeman says:

    Always looking for new ideas!

  205. Doretta Hill says:

    I would love to win this so I can give it to my daughter to bake these goodies for me!

  206. This would be great for so many of my training clients and family members.

  207. Love the name of the book. Can’t wait to try some new recipes!

  208. Debbie Pinkerton says:

    After months of trying to eat gluten free, It’s still a struggle. This is a good book review! Makes me want to cook something!

  209. Evelyn Delgado says:

    I have two ASD children and I’m always looking for new recipes and ideas for them… Happy Baking!

  210. Bernadette says:

    With several members of my family living with Celiac, new Gluten Free cookbooks are always welcome, and this one sounds great.

  211. Jennifer Brentano says:

    Love finding new GF recipes.

  212. Maryann says:

    Being very new to Gluten Free, this would be ideal for my family. I do not know where to start!

  213. Suzanne Townsend says:

    Our whole family is gluten/dairy free. Lately, we’ve been bored with food. Looking for some new ideas…to become new favorites!

  214. Karen says:

    Our whole family is gluten free and 4 of us are dairy free too. I am a chef, but still learning how to cook and bake differently (since March 2010 when we got diagnosed) and can use all the help I can get!
    Karen, Cesar, Max-6, Gabriel-5, Sebastian-1

  215. Debbie Evans says:

    Would be awesome to have my first Gluten Free cookbook!!! I just made home made pumpkin butter (even cooked the real pumpkins!!), those pumpkin cookies sound scrumptious!!! I hope I win!!!

  216. Lyn says:

    Sounds like a great cookbook for us gluten-free/allergy people …. would love to win one!

  217. Mandy says:

    My 3 children (ages 3,5,7) and I have just recently discovered our gluten allergy and are working at figuring out new foods every day. I hope that more people become aware of this disease and take it seriously.

  218. Angela Keigley says:

    Always looking for something new. I have two kids and myself with gluten issues. Would love to have this new cook book.

  219. Carol G says:

    I would love to win this so I can cook for my 18 month old – he has a severe gluten allergy – can’t even physically touch it without breaking out in hives!!!

  220. Lori Mann says:

    Would be great to have some new recipes. I have celiacs and seems like am always eating the same ole’ things. It gets rather boring!

  221. Sandra says:

    WOuld love to have a new recipe book and be able to give my dd3, who’s gluten free and has other food allergies new foods to try. :)

  222. Genevieve Leclerc says:

    Wow, this book seems amazing! I’m a celiac and I am lactose intolerante and it’s always nice to have new and fresh ideas for meals and what seems great about this book, there are recepies for soups and appitizers, which I find are the harder recipies too get a hand on! :)

  223. Kim Vanek says:

    Would love to have one of the books!

  224. Vicki says:

    Thanks so much for offering this! This cookbook would be SO helpful at our house!

  225. Marisa says:

    Would like this for a friend whose husband has celiac disease and allergies to a bunch of other things. Would help them out!

  226. Jane says:

    I have been gluten-free for almost 10 years. I was diagnosed with celiac in 2001. For most of those years, I simple avoided what I could not have, but never tried to create my own gluten-free foods. As an avid cook, I have spent a lot of my time cooking foods I could not eat for others. Now, I am cooking purely gluten-free and trying new recipes every day. I am excited about Jules’ new book, as I have used her recipes in the past!

  227. Gypsi says:

    Jules is a jewel as far as gluten free recipes are concerned! I’d love to have a copy of her new book!

  228. Diane says:

    Just got the flour. Would love the cookbook!

  229. Shellee says:

    Wow! This book would help me cook for my gluten-free family. My children have many food allergies, so I’m always looking for new ideas to keep things fresh.

  230. Lindsey says:

    Keeping my fingers crossed!

  231. janice says:

    My 4 year old daughter and I are supposed to be gluten free and dairy free. My daughter is extremely picky, picky. This cookbook would be a lifesaver!

  232. Tonja S. says:

    This book looks great! We would love to win it!

  233. Christine S. says:

    A gluten free cookbook would be great since its much harder than it looks to “just replace ‘regular ingredients’ with gluten free ones.

  234. Betsy O'Neal says:

    I check this site daily for new ideas. Going GF has been the best thing to happen to my family, though we struggle with coming up with things that we all like. Having a teenage daughter with very picky taste buds makes it a real challenge at times. This site has been so helpful. Looking forward to having the book, hopefully winning it, and having it on my pantry shelf!

  235. Joy says:

    Would love to have a copy! I love Jules!

  236. Lorayne VanDeventer says:

    I would LOVE this book. I am coming into my first Thanksgiving and Christmas season since being diagnosed as wheat and gluten intolerant. Could really use some ideas!

  237. Renee Lukas says:

    Love your Facebook posts & would love a new GF cookbook!!

  238. Teri Knight says:

    Finding good tasting food of all kinds are so hard as you all well know. Working full time means I usually use a Mrs. Leepers mix for dinner ………..these sound sooooo much better.

  239. Wendy Segol says:

    Wow! This looks like a wonderful cookbook.
    I am always looking for new recipes and I always
    have to adjust them as we eat Glutenfree. I hope
    I win this. Thank you for the opportunity to get something
    great for my big family.

  240. Gretchen Corban says:

    Everyone but me is GF in my family, so I NEED all the receipes that I can get!

  241. Julie Turner says:

    What a godsend to get a GF cookbook. My family is new to gluten free eating/cooking and it has been a challenge. There is so much trial and error in this “new world” of eating for us. I have heard nothing but raves for Julie’s cooking and mixes. So anxious to try it all!

  242. Jessica says:

    I am always looking for great new recipes to bake for my family!

  243. Chris Burmeister says:

    This would be a great addition to anyone’s search for Gluten Free Cooking. Like the ease and fresh way you present this new book. Thanks, we need all the help we can get….

  244. Ashley Meredith says:

    I just got the flour in the mail, and I would love to get some ideas from her cookbook!

  245. Gwen Shireman says:

    Wish I had a cookbook like this one 25 years ago;would have been a godsent!! Would love to have one now.

  246. Patty Murphy says:

    I just received the flour, cookie mix and two gingerbread mixes. The cookies were a HUGE hit in my house – would love more recipes to continue to dazzle everyone for the holidays!

  247. Caitlin says:

    as a gluten-free vegan, a allergy free cookbook would be such an asset to me!

  248. Jessica Miller says:

    Love all the recipes online. Love the flour and have made some scrumptious recipes that no one knows are gluten free!

  249. Shauna says:

    In less than a years time 3 of the 6 of our family has been diagnosed with Celiac disease. Need all the help I can get doing double duty in the kitchen. Would love to find more recipes that are “Free for All”!

  250. Annelise says:

    This cookbook sounds wonderful! What a great review. I’ve had to be GF for the past 5 years, along with dairy free and a litany of other allergies. It’s so difficult! I tend to just not eat much. :/ This does sound like a great book!

  251. maria elena tapia says:

    i am still learning this stuff about celiac , i need all the help i can get…

  252. Michelle Proffitt says:

    Just the pictures of the breads and the mention of pumpkin cookies just made my mouth water! Thanks for writing this cookbook- would love to be able to make breads instead of buying them. I’m trying to cut gluten entirely for my whole family instead of just myself. Thank you!

  253. Patricia Barnes says:

    Would love to win this cookbook as I have allergies and have lost weight as I need to eat gluten free, dairy free, wheat & yeast free! Thanks for your website — It has helped me thru this difficult time!

  254. Melanie Turner says:

    Lava cakes? Pumpkin cookies? Pretzels? These are the stuff of dreams …

  255. Shannon Carter says:

    Jules’ Gluten Free Flour is a God-send! I had almost given up trying to make anything more than batter breads because I could never get the liquid/dry ratio quite right. My pancakes were gummy and rubbery, my sandwich breads were dry, SOOO frustrating. I made some lemon bars with JGF flour, and they were absolutely DREAMY, and SO easy to make. I can’t wait to try some of these recipes!

  256. Ellen Covington says:

    I am getting use to gluten free lifestyle. It feels so much better than before. I’m always open to new cooking ideas

  257. Erin Mendelssohn says:


  258. terry says:

    I would love to win the cookbook. Thanks for an awesome site full of such great info.

  259. Denise Nelson says:

    I can’t imagine what our life would be like without Jules! She has made my daughter’s life much more “normal”. Just made some muffins for my daughter and she was in heaven. She said oh Mom! These are wonderful. My brother who is not a Celiac couldn’t believe that they were gluten free. Thanks to Jules and their fabulous customer service, my daughter is a part of meal time again. We so appreciate you!! Looking forward to the cookbook!!!

  260. Jo Cooper says:

    I would love to win this cookbook!

  261. Angie says:

    This would be a wonderful book to win as I could use as much info about GF/Celiac as I can get my hands on!! :)

  262. Stephanie Walker says:

    I love Jules gluten free flour and would love a cookbook to go along with it! Thanks for the giveaway.

  263. brenda brill says:

    Boy I surely do need one of these cookbooks. This GF cooking is all new to me!

  264. Judi Jones says:

    Our house is almost all gluten free now. The only thing left is the bread. I’m working on that with a new mixer but just need to find the recipe that the rest of the family will embrace. Maybe this cookbook? Hope so!

  265. Susan Hahm says:

    Mmmmmm… thrilled to be learning about new GF recipes. Looks Great!

  266. Dawn says:

    I’d love a glutenfree cookbook. My dd was just diagnosed with a ton of allergies. Thus us a whole new world of cooking, especially with the upcoming holidays.

  267. Lisa says:

    Just bought your flour sampler and loved it! I made Pumpkin Cornbread using your Thanksgiving e-book and it came out perfect!!!! Would love to add to my cookbook collection and win yours!!!!!!

  268. Susan says:

    Would love to win a copy of this cookbook! It looks great!

  269. lisa says:

    sure hope I win! thanx for your web site, it’s helped me a lot!

  270. Kendra Johnson says:

    It is so hard to find foods my son likes, and after reading there are pretzles, soft home made ones, I really want this book! I am still trying to understand what he can or can not have and plan meals around it. Look forward to seeing more recipies from Jules!

  271. Sara says:

    I am a newlywed and I am suddenly doing all the hosting for the first time ever! My husband’s mom and her family will be here on Thanksgiving, his father and his family on Christmas Eve, and my family on Christmas Day! I am really hoping to win that cookbook since I’ll be the only one cooking at all on Thanksgiving and Christmas Eve and the one doing the most cooking on Christmas!

  272. Cheryl says:

    Absolutely looking for more GF recipes for my son and our family. He will love the pretzels, I am sure!!! TY TY for the chance to win.

  273. Happy says:

    We are always looking for new recipes!!

  274. Penny Hamm says:

    My grandson has alot of food allergies and I would love to beable to cook him some great meals.

  275. Angela says:

    *gasp* cakes, cookies, pretzels!!!

    I want to go to there. ^_^

    I’m so getting this book :D

  276. Dawn says:

    After daughter had to go gf, trying to figure out how to take the whole family there without breaking the budget.

  277. Jenna York says:

    The pretzel picture is making me hungry. Can’t wait to try that recipe!

  278. Jennifer says:

    Ooooh, I’d absoultly love to win this. I’ve just started working with Jules flour and can’t wait to try more recipes!

  279. kathy blewitt says:

    It all looks really yummy!!! To have a gf cookbook with such simple easy recipies would be fantastic. the cake in a mug looks like a HUGE winner. I’d love to try the recipies…..

  280. Jana says:

    Now that GF foods are evolving to be enjoyed always on the lookout for yummy recipes. Having them all in one book is awesome!

  281. KellyinArlington says:

    I would love to win!

  282. Rebecca says:

    This cookbook looks awesome! I was just diagnosed and this cookbook wlll certainly help me!

  283. Cindy says:

    I bought my first bag of Jules flour at the Atlanta GF vendor fair, but haven’t had the courage to use it yet, because all of my GF recipes call for various flour mixtures and xanthan gum… a cookbook would surely help! :)

  284. Marjorie Rousseau says:

    Would love to win a copy of your cookbook. Many of my family members have allergies and this would be quite useful. Thanks!

  285. Margaret T. Breese says:

    My Landlady was diagnosed with “gluten allergies”, so she’s had to basically learn *how* to cook again. I think she’d love the “pasta” recipes !!!



  286. Angela Fish says:

    I would LOVE to win this book! I run a parent support group for families with special needs children, and part of the services I offer to parents includes a lending library. Many of the parents in the group have kids with autism (like my 2 boys), and a majority of the parents have to follow some sort of dietary restrictions for their family. As a matter of fact, our last meeting dealt with the GFCF diet. It would be great to be able to offer this cookbook as a resource for parents to checkout (myself included!) so that they can learn more about gluten-free and allergy-safe cooking. Thanks for the opportunity to try to win this great resource!

  287. Celeste says:

    I’ve only been GF since June of this year. I’ve been wanting to try your flour blend, but haven’t done it yet.

  288. Terri Shiplett says:

    Just started cooking gluten free and only made 2 things. Both were cookies and I only had crumbs. Didn’t stay together at all.
    I could really use this book so I can learn to cook again.
    I am allergic to Wheat never had the full Gluten test.

    Please send the book my way if at all possible.

    ♥♥♥ Thank you ♥♥♥

  289. Carrie Gort says:

    Jules has really done a great job of creating her flour and other products and working to help make living GF as tasty as can be. It is her site, and sites like GF Freeville that truly help all us stay healthy and sane.

    thanks for all your hard work -

  290. Robyn Carey says:

    This cookbook sounds absolutely amazing! I live in a rural area and have a hard time finding stores that carry gluten free products. Would love to be able to actually make my own GF foods!

  291. Cathy McLaughlin says:

    Love to cook gluten free for my family. This cookbook would be a great help! THANKS!

  292. Judy Golden says:

    I would love to win this cookbook. It is so difficult to find good gluten-free recipes. Thanks for the contest.

  293. Jeri says:

    Love to expand my collection of recipes for my guests at my Bed and Breakfast. Looking forward to many new “specials”

  294. Linda Yates says:

    My 4th grandchild was diagnosed with aspergers and celiac. I have always loved to cook, but this is all new for me. The cookbook would be a lot of help.

  295. Lisa Durene says:

    This cookbook looks awesome! The recipes you talked about in the review seemed easy and like normal “comfort” foods.

  296. Michelle Buonanno says:

    Just learning how to manage all of these limitations…the book sounds amazing!

  297. Sandy says:

    I have been using Jules’ gf flour for 1.5 years and love it. I have one of her cookbooks and use her recipes often. She is an asset to the gf community! I can’t wait to get my hands on the new cookbook :)

  298. Amanda says:

    I have a 2 year old that has trouble with bread products and I want her to grow up healthy. I don’t want her to struggle with severe medical issues like a friend of mine’s daughter has (she’s almost died several times).

  299. Todd T. says:

    Sick of starving, and as someone else already said, I need all the help I can get!

  300. Becky S. says:

    Life has become a bit easier, and definitely tastier, with Jules GF Flour. Thank you! Would love to win the cookbook!

  301. Gaynell says:

    My daughter was diagnosed with celiac back in August of this year. Turns out that both my husband and I are gluten intolerant as well! It’s been a struggle finding recipes (especially breads and desserts) that taste good and don’t require a chemistry degree to prepare! LOL. I’ve just recently discovered Jules’ blog and what a lifesaver it has been! Whether I win a copy or buy it from Amazon, I WILL be getting a copy of your new cookbook! :) Thanks!

  302. SLS says:

    I would love to win this because I notice I feel different when I don’t eat food with gluten. This would be a great book to add to my collection.

  303. Vanessa Sanchez says:

    I would love a cookbook!! I am about 5 months in to being a gluten free eater and I am still learning what I can eat and more so what I can make myself. A lot of the store bought items I don’t really like..

  304. Kamila Harkavy says:

    can’t wait to try the soft pretzels!

  305. Catherine Tedesco says:

    Didn’t cook, insert Celiac Diagnosis, cook now! But…need all the help I can get. Looking forward to find my inner Julia or rather should I say Jules. :)

  306. Julie says:

    I was diagnosed with Celiac this summer. It’s been a long road trying out so many different recipes. It would be nice to just have one cookbook I could trust and have good food ALL the time.

  307. Sandy Horton says:

    Would love to have some new Gluten Free recipes~ Maybe I will get lucky~

  308. Kali says:

    My Son A was just put on a GF diet last week, I am not a cooker, and we are having a very hard time finding tasty recipes. As long as cooking for me. :) the last week he is been living off of rice veggies and noodles. on top of it all he can’t have dairy or Soy. So winning this cookbook would be a wonderful and helpful addition to our kitchen

  309. Gretchen says:

    Looks like a lovely cookbook! We are wheat free and have so many friends who are free of gluten, eggs, dairy it would be a big help. Plus I love cookbooks and cooking!

  310. Brandy says:

    I think I should win one. :D

  311. Janet Borkowski says:

    I have MS which has left me with food allergies, and finding recipes that I can convert is frustrating. I really want to see what I can do with his book!

  312. Jax111979 says:

    I would LOVE this cookbook! I was diagnosed with an auto-immune disease earlier this year and had to go gluten free because of it. Now, I’m a gluten free baking machine! I would LOVE to try new recipes!!!

  313. Allison says:

    I used to love gluten, but we had a nasty break-up. I still delight in food!!

  314. Leigh Krehling says:

    MMMMMM, looks great. I was diagnosed a couple of years ago and still long for a great bread recipe. Wonder if Jules new cookbook has one that I’d like?

  315. Charles Burton says:

    My Son, and Grandson have both been diagnosed with Celiac. So I’m learning to change my ways of baking goodies for them. So far, I’ve only made some gluten free cookies for the grandson, and would love to have more recipes for other treats, and basic meals so I can cook/bake for the both of them, and have something for them to eat when they come to our house for dinners. The tests I’ve been through haven’t confirmed I have Celiac, but all the symptoms are there, and over years I’ve learned what to stay away from. This cook book would be a blessing to all of us. Thanks for offering it.

  316. Chris Pariseau says:

    My son has EE and it’s hereditary…so my husband is on the same diet…wheat, diary and peanut free. It can be a challenge some days to come up with a meal that all of us can eat and enjoy.

  317. Mary Valdivieso says:

    I’m so excited to see a cookbook friendly to those with good allergies. I have a house with wheat allergies and a vegan so this will be an awesome addition.

  318. MagGal says:

    Although I love to cook, I’m still trying to find ways to make food that my boyfriend (who has celiac’s) can not only eat, but enjoy! It’s even better if I’m baking something that would normally require gluten, and the substitutes taste well enough that I like them and can’t tell the difference between the gluten-free and the real one. :)

  319. Diane Beard says:

    Have been gluten free for about 5 months now. Have always baked from scratch, so finding a gluten free bread that came close to home baked was difficult. After reading many good reviews of Jule’s Gluten free Bread mix, I tried it, and so far it is a favorite! Contains all the best tasting and texture variety of flours. No hassle of trying to buy and mix the right flours (which I tried) and more cost effective to buy the mix too.
    Thank you for such a good product : )

  320. Lynn Morgan says:

    I love to find new wonderful recipes to prove to those who are in despair that eating a gluten free diet is not the end of the world. In fact, it has opened many new doors in the world of baking for me, and yes, there are even some recipes that I find better as gluten free ones than those with gluten! Who would have thought that?

  321. Ashley says:

    I’m a new step-mom to an autistic 6-year-old boy. He’s on the GFCF diet and cooking is SO hard for him. I’ve found a couple of gluten-free products on the market in my local grocery store, and I can always make a trip to Whole Foods Market if I want to pay an arm and a leg for groceries. It would be GREAT to be able to have things around the house that taste great that Holden is able to eat. I tried a pancake mix one time that tasted like cardboard, and I will never buy it again. My experience with gluten-free has not been a great one, but I’m holding on and making the best choices that I can for my little man. I’ve been a fan of your Facebook page for awhile now, and I’d love to have your recipes on hand on a daily basis. Thanks for making the experience a little easier!

  322. karole says:

    Jules Gluten Free Flour keeps delicious chocolate chip cookies in my kitchen and my 13 year old son with Celiac Disease happy! Would LOVE the cookbook!

  323. Dena Roath Goody says:

    I seriosly suck @ baking! I’ve been in “cookbook” therapy for 2 years now. I’ve been gluten intolerant my whole life….but didn’t find out until 2 years ago. I used to be a fast food queen, now I prepare everything I eat. With the help of cookbooks…..I just might not starve to death!! lol :)

  324. Andrea says:

    Still learning my gluten free lifestyle. Single so I don’t cook too much for me, but I need some help with variety so this would be great! Thanks for the opportunity!

  325. Shazia says:

    Jules Gluten-Free baking mix has helped me get back into baking since becoming gluten-free over a year ago.

  326. Robin says:

    I love cooking GF! and would love a new cookbook :)

  327. Robyn McClelland says:

    Would love to win this. Been eating (trying) gluten free since 1992. Always looking for new things.

  328. Darcel Kjelshus says:

    I was diagnosed with celiac disease six months ago, and it is such a learning process. A cookbook to help make the transition easier would be great!!

  329. Mindy says:

    I can’t wait to try some new recipes. Love trying new things!!!

  330. Margo says:

    Just wanted to say that my daughter is living gluten free. I would love to expand
    This to the rest of the family. Winning this cookbook could help me with more meal
    Ideas. Thanks just for making the offer.

  331. Shelly says:

    Not only are we gluten free, but dairy, egg, yeast, citrus, bean, berry free ( I could on) thanks to lovely celiac allowing so many other food allergies. Cooking is definitely a struggle here. Would love this cookbook, I’ll have whether through the giveaway or buying it. I am not a cook by nature and especially not a baker, but with all of this allergy stuff I’m learning and every day is a struggle.

  332. Sue S says:

    Always looking for great new recipes!!! Still struggle with trying to follow a strict GF diet.

  333. Gail Carmichael says:

    I’m always looking for tips for substitutions. I would really love to find a yeast free bread recipe that works consistently and tastes good.

  334. dina says:

    i hope i win!!! i feel so much better when i eat gluten free..but sometimes it is a challenge!

  335. Karen Gier says:

    Sounds like a great cookbook!

  336. Crystal Tracy says:

    I could really use some EASY gluten free (and dairy free) recipes for me! everything always seems so complex if it’s something I can make for myself. the five minute chocolate cake sounds EXACTLY like something I need. Pick me, pick me! :)

  337. I’m new to the gluten free and I’m trying hard to learn to cook gf, most of the things I make are so boring and I need a cook book this would be a great start for me. I’m a single mom and can’t afford to go out and buy a cook book so I’m just trying to win one, thanks for the chance to win! The pictures look great! I love pumpkin, maybe if I don’t win santa will bring me a new cook book to help me out!

  338. Dena says:

    I’m a new reader to Jules blog, and I am already a huge fan! I would love to have her cookbook to add to, or take the place of the rest of my cookbook collection.

  339. Nancy Miller says:

    Having celiac is definitely a challenge and I for one need all the help I can get! I never win anything but keep on trying :( Good Luck to all. Thanks for all the great info from this site!

  340. Wendy says:

    Gluten & I aren’t getting along these days. Trying to find ways to eat delicious food without gluten!

  341. Alicia Hatcher says:

    I had put off getting Jules Gluten free flour, my mistake! My family loves the recipes. My son is the only one that can’t have gluten but after making the pretzels he is lucky if he gets any!! Would love to have more good recipes.

  342. Tanya Hitt says:

    I would love this cookbook. I am always looking for new GF recipes!

  343. Linda O. says:

    Hi, I was told I have Celiac disease three yeras ago. I just turned 60. I think its harder at an older age cause we already know what we are missing..I am Italian and miss my REAL pasta dishes. I have given away all my cookbooks as I don’t need them any more..having one I could really use would be lovely..

  344. Debbie Hughes says:

    Yummmmmmm- I just began the journey of living gluten free and would love to have such a great cook book.

  345. Kim says:

    I was just diagnosed with Celiac, think my 5 year old son may be too! Would live some tips and recipes-sounds delicious!!

  346. judi colgan says:

    My grandson was diagnosed with celiac about 9 years ago – its very hard finding him new things to eat so he doesnt feel left out when we eat certain foods. I would love having a cookbook that would help us give this little boy new foods to look forward to. Whether or not I win this book, I certainly will be purchasing one. Keep up the great work.

  347. Chris Kachadoorian says:

    Pick me!Pick me! I love Jules recipes :)

  348. Paula Mair says:

    I am learning to cook gluten free for myself. I already cook dairy free, egg free (and no beef)for a granddaughter. Cooking gluten free that tastes good is a real art. Cooking DF, EF is a challenge. Thank you for the chance to win this cookbook. Adding new recipes and ideas is a great way to spice up everyone’s day!

  349. Stacy Garver says:

    I am going in on Tuesday for a small intestine biopsy to test for Celiacs. I have been gluten free for a while. Gluten free as best as I know how anyway. I would love to win this cookbook. I’m getting tired of eating the same old gluten free safe foods. I’m hungry for bread and pie.

  350. lisa neptune says:

    mmmmmmmmmmmmm look wonderful…i have several allergies gluten,dairy and soy…so any home cooked goodness would be wonderful…i have run out of new ideas so this book would be great to have!

  351. lynmerie says:

    mmmm…. chocolate cake,soft pretzels,pumpkin bread…o my. It even has recipes sans other common allergens!!

  352. Natalie Skouson says:

    That looks delicious.

  353. eljamc says:

    looking forward to the new cookbook. Love the soft pretzels from previous book

  354. Laura Acke says:

    Pumpkin cookies!! Anything pumpkin is OK on my list!

  355. Diggy T. says:

    You had me at Gluten Free Soft Pretzel recipe!

    Soft pretzels just happen to be something I have been craving for years.
    A new gluten free cookbook would really hit the spot right now. Unfortunately, I have had the most horrific year. Thanks to an unscrupulous slumlord, I have lost almost all of my personal possessions. Since I am gluten sensitive and vegetarian, that included an extensive ingredient pantry, my cook books, my recipe collection, as well as my appliances.

    It is extremely hard to start over from scratch, especially in the kitchen. I am used to having my own recipes. Some that I have created as well as others that I have modified to suit my own food allerigies and taste preference. Even just a basics cook book would be a big help at this point. I have been going online and there are a lot of crummy recipes out there floating around the net.

    People that do not have food allergies often fail to understand what is involved when you have to prepare all of your own food. No pizza deliveries. No quick trips for take out.

    A friend recently offered to let me look at the baking book she purchased for her Mother-in-Law for Christmas. While I thanked her for the kind offer, I tried to explain that gluten free baking requires much more than simply replacing the wheat flour with gluten free flour. I am not sure she really understood.

    I have been thinking about trying to select my “first” new cookbook. I have the choice of replacing a book I used to have and lost? Or, should I perhaps try something new? Gluten free recipes and ingredients have come a long way in the last few years …..

    I would be absolutely delighted to receive one of these books and try out the recipes. As a Dietitian, I am often asked for recommendations on products. I have hopes that I will be able to recommend this book to others, should I be one of the lucky recipients.

    Thank you for your kind consideration.

  356. Judy Golden says:

    I would love to receive your new cookbook. I am always excited when someone publishes a new gluten free cookbook. It sounds like a great book. I don’t think my comment was submitted yesterday so I am resubmitting.

  357. Jean Ruddell says:

    I would like to encourage all gluten intolerant people to stick strickly to their diet. I was speaking with a friend and her mother ordered french toast and ate pastries while they were on vacation. She was so sick they had to come home early. You know what is wrong, you know what makes you better, do what is good for you. There are plenty of Gluten Free treats out there. So many you could get fat eating them. It is tough but so worth feeling well for the first time after 23 years+ of abdominal pain. Don’t make yourself sick, find someone to help you make the change. You will be glad you did it.

  358. Rella Anderson says:

    YOur cook book sounds delicious, I have a few gluten free cookbooks but yours sounds like some things I have been missing in my diet, Would love to have a chance to try some from your book. I was diagnosied about 17 years ago, and now one of my children has gluten intorance and also a grandson, So has a mother and grandmother, I enjoy cooking good things for my family.

  359. Cheryl McDermott says:

    Looks really awesome! I’m just starting to try and cook/bake gluten free – this would be helpful. =)

  360. marcy says:

    Yummy. Can’t wait to try them!

  361. Maureen says:

    5 minute chocolate cake? A chocolate lovers dream!

  362. Jenna says:

    yum, yum, extra yum! being just recently diagnosed, this would be a blessing! thanks for the contest.

  363. Jenny says:

    Would love to win this, so fun to bake new GF things for my family.

  364. Sal says:

    I never realized that so many delicious sounding treats could be made gluten free. Thanks for sharing so many great recipes!

  365. Donna C says:

    Looking forward to this and hoping my daughter will be willing to try gluten free cooking as well.

  366. Melissa Campbell says:

    My daughter has several allergies in addition to gluten and so I am trying to figure out how to cook/bake for her. This would help greatly!

  367. Renee says:

    Having a gluten free child has been a challenge so winning this would be great!

  368. Jolene says:

    Excited to learn how to bake and cook gluten free…just ordered the flour about 2 weeks ago and eagerly waiting for it to be delivered. A new gluten free cookbook would be a great beginning to replace all of my gluten cookbooks!!

  369. Anna says:

    My God daughters are Gf and I so enjoy when they visit. GF cooking is a life learning process for info and to make food fun and enjoyable.
    I so appreciate the chance to win a GF cookbook in my enrichment of their and my lives. Thanks ever so much.

  370. Marjorie Rousseau says:

    Would love to try the recipes in your new cookbook!

  371. Theresa says:

    Love Jules’ flour. Would love to have the cookbook to go along with it!

  372. Pam says:

    Hi, I’m 42 years old, and pregnant! I have been craving some good recipes and look forward to your book! My children all miss my baking, as I love to cook and bake. By the way, this is my 4th child…our oldest is 21! What a gift! And this book is giving me the gift that will satisfy my cravings!! Thanks so much!!

  373. The book will be very helpful and give some more choices. It’s good that people go the extra mile to try to help people dealing with Celiac disease. Thanks.

  374. Debi Z says:

    Baguttes, Ravioli and Bisquits…can’t wait to get this book

  375. KAA says:

    This cookbook looks like just what I’ve been searching for! Can’t wait to try the flour too!!

  376. Amanda says:

    I’m so glad for websites and products like these!!! The world is getting so much more helpful to those with allergies and sensitivities.


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