In honor of National IBS Awareness Month, I thought it would be fun to do (yet, another) low FODMAP cookbook give-a-way. My colleague and FODMAP expert, Patsy Catsos has generously offered to give her cookbook Flavor without FODMAPs to one of my lucky blog followers.
Patsy provides her cookbook details here:
Would it make life easier to have a cookbook laser-focused on your low-FODMAP diet, with recipes you don’t even have to think about? If you are using the FODMAP approach to manage your irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), this cookbook is the one! You can enjoy the recipes in this collection with no modification, no regrets and no apologies, whether you are feeding the family or entertaining. Patsy Catsos, best-selling author of IBS-Free at Last!, shares tools with you including: 122 flavorful recipes, each one suitable for a low-FODMAP diet and made with whole, real foods; lists of high- and low-FODMAP foods and ingredients, based on the latest research; everyday and special occasion menus; recipe modification tips. If you’ve struggled to cook without wheat flour, onions, garlic, pasta, bread, canned chicken stock, and bottled salad dressings, this book will set you free!
Patsy’s book is, of course, available for sale on Amazon here.
For a chance to win Patsy’s cookbook, simply leave a comment saying, “I want to win!”. I will randomly select one winner by next week this time!
Spring is trying real hard to make an appearance here in Massachusetts! The snow is almost melted and the daffodils are poking through the ground. Yay!
I have been busy behind the scenes cooking and researching….I have an amazing sesame chicken recipe coming your way, a blog post about bile induced diarrhea (how nice to go from chicken to diarrhea in one sentence!!), and some great info for the FODMAP athlete! Stay tuned my friends….and enjoy the week ahead!