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Hi, my name is Starlene Stewart, and I blog at GAPS Diet Journey. When I started on the Gut and Psychology Syndrome Diet it was a huge change in the way I’d eaten most of my life. The diet worked really well for me and I saw a lot of changes in my health. Aches and pains – that I thought I’d have to deal with since I was getting “old” (I was 46!!) – disappeared, dropped weight, felt happier and just all around felt better than I had in my whole life.
I was very happy with the food I was eating – I’ve always loved meat and vegetables – but I missed certain things that weren’t allowed. When you remove sugar, gluten, grains, starches, commercially produced foods, food coloring, additives, etc., that means you either don’t have those foods, or you find some good substitutes, usually which you make yourself from scratch!
Every e-book I’ve produced contains recipes that almost ANYONE can eat (bearing in mind that some special diets are even more restrictive).
I think people get caught up in the fact that if someone’s on a special diet or is restricting foods, then those foods can’t be for anyone but the person on the special diet.
Case in point… I had a birthday party when I turned 50 – I’d never had a birthday party before – and I decided I would provide all the dishes at the party and that they would all be GAPS legal. I’ll never forget one of my friends telling me I couldn’t do that. It wouldn’t be fair to anyone else to make them eat “special” food. I was a little dumbfounded but at the same time thankful that she shared her perspective. My response to her was, “Is it going to kill people to go ONE meal without sugar, bread, pasta, etc.?” How is serving meatballs in BBQ sauce, veggies and dip, chili, Chocolate Layer Cake going to hurt anyone?
That’s the beauty of all my e-books. Unless the people you’re going to be sharing with have allergies to coconut flour, eggs, honey, vegetables, meat, etc., you can use my recipes to make delicious foods that you can share with anyone.
If you’ve been wanting to get all my e-books, now is your chance! When you use discount code SUPER2018 you’ll get all 14 e-books that are currently available for 50% savings! You can also buy each book individually by clicking on the link.
Tip: Save time! If you don’t want the whole bundle but want to buy more than one book, scroll down and click on Add to Cart under each book.
- Mastering the Art of Baking with Coconut Flour
- Baker’s Dozen Volume 1 Sweet Quick Breads
- Baker’s Dozen Volume 2 Pumpkin Treats
- Baker’s Dozen Volume 3 Holiday Quick Breads
- Baker’s Dozen Volume 4 Chocolate Treats
- Baker’s Dozen Volume 5 Savory Quick Breads
- 30-Day Broth Challenge e-Guide
- Hot Buttery Eggnog
- Everyone Loves Pudding
- Beyond Grain & Dairy
- Peace Joy Happiness Coloring Book
- Community Cookbook Gluten-Free Snacks
- Community Cookbook Naturally Sweetened Treats
- Community Cookbook Winter Soups
Will I get anything in the mail?
No, all my products are digital. So, you’ll receive an e-mail with a download link shortly after you complete your purchase.
What payments do you take?
- Credit cards
- Payment by money order through the U.S. Postal Service (contact me for more details)
What if I don’t like the e-book?
Well, I’ll be heartbroken! But honestly, your happiness and satisfaction are all that matters to me. Email me at email@example.com within 30 days (or use my contact form), and I’ll refund your money, no questions asked.
What happens when I click on the Add to Cart Button?
Magic! Seriously though… when you click the button and pay you’ll get instant access to the e-book and will be able to download moments after your purchase.
Do your coconut flour recipes use eggs?
Yes. Coconut flour really needs the binding quality of eggs to hold the product together. I have tried using “flax eggs” but only for a couple of recipes.