The Most Versatile Gluten Free Cookbook. Ever.

Welcome to Damn Good Gluten Free, the approachable, gluten free cookbook aimed at making healthy living as easy and delicious as possible. It’s specifically designed to adapt to a wide range of readers and eaters. After all, no two bodies are the same… nor are their needs and cooking skill sets. DGGF covers all the bases with dairy-free, vegetarian, plant-based/vegan, and paleo options for nearly every recipe. Cooking one meal for various dietary requirements has never been this hassle-free!

Meal Planning... Reimagined!

Veggie Frittata
Lemon Squares

But if we’re talking “hassle-free,” nothing beats Damn Good Gluten Free’s themed weekly dinner guide. Its meal planning reimagined. Take everything you know about meal prep and throw it out the window. You won’t see any of that here. No Tupperware full of “same old, same old” nuked in the microwave. In fact, this isn’t just your regular gluten free cookbook – no way! Instead DGGF retains the same time-saving, stress-reducing advantages of traditional meal prep, while also enjoying a variety of flavors and all the healthful benefits of fresh, high-quality cooking.

The book itself is structured in a unique “day of the week” format for you to follow along with your downloadable weekly menu planner. Totally user-friendly. Each nightly theme dives into a new culinary experience with recipes ranging from 20-minute quickies to full-blown, elaborate show-stoppers. Mix and match based on your schedule and take care of all seven days in a cinch. No matter what you choose, you are guaranteed healthful, nutrient-dense, absolutely scrumptious noms. What could be better?

bring joy to the kitchen.

Throughout Damn Good Gluten Free, Peggy Curry’s helpful hints, memorable family anecdotes, and healthy dose of spunk prove again and again that cooking is fun, food is powerful, and healthy living is remarkably simple when given the right tools and ingredients. So, get ready to reclaim your health, build kitchen confidence, and fall in love with 140 new, yummy recipes that are just so Damn Good. Get your copy of this top notch gluten free cookbook today!

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Vegan Mac
Black Bean Burgers
southwest salad
Mediterranean Whitefish

Easy to find recipes specific to your diet

140+ Gluten Free Recipes

138 Dairy-Free Recipes

119 Vegetarian Options

105 Plant-Based Options

116 Paleo Options

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Meet the Author

Author Peggy Curry is a lifelong mentor, food entrepreneur, award-winning health and wellness advocate, and co-creator of the wellness and lifestyle blog Curry Girls Kitchen. She began her health advocacy journey over 20 years ago when she founded and launched the organic food company, Evy’s Garden. Evy’s Garden became a nationally recognized brand distributed at all Whole Foods Markets.

To further her mission of helping others live their best lives through a healthier way, Peggy co-founded the non-profit organization GrowingGreat. During this time she spearheaded the development of the curriculum for the Classroom Nutrition program. GrowingGreat has STEM farm-to-school garden programs, and a teaching curriculum that educate hundreds of thousands of students each year. She has been featured in national media and recognized for her dedication to improving health and wellness.

Peggy began her health advocacy career as a Special Education teacher, and special education special projects administrator. She co-wrote GrowingGreat’s Classroom Nutrition’s interactive curriculum and designed and lead all of the volunteer trainings. Using her experience in food manufacturing and retail sales, she helped develop GrowingGreat’s corporate partnerships and program food procurement. Curry loves every aspect of food, and is passionate about educating and inspiring others to understand the benefit food has on our overall health.

Peggy currently runs the popular lifestyle brand, Curry Girls Kitchen, along with her daughter Megan and hosts their podcast “Make Life Delicious”. She lives in Southern California where she enjoys spending time in nature hiking or biking, finding new farmers markets and entertaining family and friends in her kitchen.