Does this sound like you?
Have you heard about how good gelatin is for skin, hair and nails but don’t know how to use it?
Do you intend on getting bone broth in your diet but always forget to make it?
Do you love Jello but don’t know how to use all natural grass fed gelatin?
Do you have kids at home that you are trying to transition from junk food to nourishing real food treats?
This is the the book for you!
- 30 egg free recipes
- Low carb variations and substitutions
- All natural ingredients
- Gluten and grain free
- Fun for kids
- Helpful tips for cooking with gelatin throughout the book
- Re-learn how to make “Jello” in tasty and healthy ways
- Low in sugar and no refined sweeteners
- Super food recipes that will help with aches and pains
These quick and easy treat will have your family singing your praises.
Whip us a quick dessert that fits into your gluten and grain free diet but heals your body at the same time!
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Q: Is this book a printed book?
A: No this book is not a traditional printed book. This cookbook is a digital book which means when you purchase your copy you will be given to a link to download the book.
Q: Is this book gluten free?
A: Yes, gelatin is gluten free and no gluten ingredients are used.
Q: What sweeteners do you use?
A: I use the following sweeteners in my recipes: raw honey, maple syrup, organic cane sugar and coconut palm sugar. Also use stevia and xylitol for lower carb substitutions.
Q: Is this book appropriate for the GAPS or SCD diet?
A: There are many recipes that will work for those diets about 60%-70% of the book.
Q: I’m allergic to eggs. Are there egg free recipes?
A: There are no eggs in this book.
Q: I have a kindle, will I be able to view the ebook on my kindle?
A: The ebook is delivered in a PDF file. To view the ebook on your kindle follow these directions: download the ebook to your regular computer. Then you can transfer the file to your devices. For Kindle, you can use the “Send to Kindle” app. This app works on PC or Mac. The app can send downloaded files to your Kindle app on your Apple device (ie. iPad or iPhone), Android device, or Kindle. For other e-book readers, you’ll have to do it however you normally do for that device. Usually this involves downloading them onto your computer first, then transferring the files via USB or WiFi to your device after they have been downloaded.