The Extra Virgin Kitchen: Recipes for Wheat-Free, Sugar-Free and Dairy-Free Eating
Published : Friday 11 September 2015
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Sunday Independent favourite, Susan Jane White, shares her favourite recipes for high energy, glowing health and exceptional taste.
The No 1 Bestseller When Irish food writer Susan Jane White was advised to stay away from wheat, dairy and refined sugar during a debilitating illness, her food future seemed bleak, bland and boring. So, drawing on her gastronomic background, she created seriously tasty recipes that didn't compromise her health. The result? Susan Jane's energy levels went through the roof and her friends and family began to look for her 'free-from' recipes whether or not they had intolerances. Inside is a collection of Susan Jane's most loved recipes. Dishes like Maple Cardamom Peaches, Bond Girl Salad and Banana Toffee Ice Cream, all so full of flavour that you would never believe they are 'free from' anything. 'Susan Jane White is Caitlin Moran, Nigella and Jesus put through a Vitamix and left to rest until chilled.' Daisy Wood-Davis 'I can see why Susan Jane is a No 1 bestseller in Ireland. Brilliant approach to wholefood shop ingredients. Such a practical book.' Joanna Blythman 'This book is packed with naughty flavoured healthy food designed by the queen of guilt-free gobbling.' Victoria Smurfit 'The sassiest food revolutionary you'll ever meet.' Image Do you and your body a favour - read this book. Susan Jane White knows what's good for you and it doesn't hurt that she writes like a dream.' The Irish Times 'Do you and your body a favour - read this book. Susan Jane White knows what's good for you and it doesn't hurt that she writes like a dream.' Roisin Ingle, The Irish Times 'Her recipes seem like some delicious, illicit sin.' Irish Independent 'If anyone ever needed proof that super-healthy food makes a huge difference to your energy levels, immune system and general vitality, then one look at the ever-effervescent Susan Jane White would tell you everything you need to know.' Rachel Allen