Jennifer’s Way Kitchen: Easy Allergen-Free, Anti-Inflammatory Recipes for a Delicious Life

By | November 16, 2017

Jennifer Esposito, actress and owner of the beloved New York City-based Jennifer’s Way Bakery, shares 100+ delicious, anti-inflammatory, allergen-free recipes that will help bring the joy back to eating for everyone.

Crunchy pizza, warm toasted bread, soft chewy cookies-who doesn’t love them? Do they love us back, though? Jennifer Esposito, health advocate, actress, and creator of Jennifer’s Way Bakery, says they can.

Clean, simple food is all we want or need. But how do we eat deliciously, not feel deprived, stay healthy, and beat the dreaded inflammation that plagues us all? The Jennifer’s Way Kitchen cookbook is the answer everyone has been waiting for. It’s full of easy-to-follow, mouthwatering recipes that will reduce inflammation-which is the single best thing anyone can do for his or her body.

Jennifer Esposito struggled with her health her entire life and was finally diagnosed as a food-allergy sufferer with severe celiac disease. Now she opens up her kitchen to you and shares the cherished recipes that helped save her life and regain her health.

The goal is to change the way you think about food. An avocado turns into a decadent chocolate mousse. A delicious, crunchy loaf of bread is made without any grains or allergens. And a head of cauliflower turns into that decadent pizza you thought you’d never have again. Whether you’re a food-allergy sufferer, a celiac, someone looking to improve their health by beating inflammation, or just a lover of good healthy food, this book is for you. So let’s get into the kitchen and take back your health.

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2 Comments

Anonymous on 11/16/2017 at 20:53.

Words can’t even explain how much I love this book. My son has so many allergies and I have an autoimmune disease. I was starting to feel lost and stuck, I had no clue what to make and I was getting so frustrated living in a small town where we had no allergen foods like some of the big stores have. I have bought a ton of different books and always would feel more overwhelmed, and just didn’t even know where to find half the ingredients the recipe would call for in my small town. Not in this…

Anonymous on 11/16/2017 at 21:02.