Contact

Will create a program customized to fit your needs/desires for the following:

  • Private Meal Service/Personal Chef
  • Consulting-restaurant/hotel, recipe/menu development, chef training
  • speaking
  • retreats
  • teaching classes
  • cookbook signing
  • converting recipes
  • private parties/classes/consulting/nutritional coaching

Lauren Hoover

lauren.hoover@gmail.com

925 457 7799 PST

My mission is to help improve the quality of life for everyone who is living with any kind of food allergies, sensitivities, intolerance etc…or health issues that can be improved with a wheat free, dairy free and/or a sugar free diet by using my culinary experience, education and research.  I am also very committed to continuing to research and find additional healthy alternatives for all of us.

My intention is to travel to as many places world wide to help the maximum amount of people I am able to reach and educate through teaching, speaking and writing. I am honored and blessed to be given this opportunity and so grateful to use my life to help others. Many thanks. Be well.

“Be the change you want to see in the world.”

All recipes on No Wheat No Dairy No Problem are my own creations – and my intellectual property, all rights reserved and registered with the United States Copyright Office. Please do not publish my work without my consent.

Disclaimer

It is not the intent of the author to diagnose, prescribe, treat or cure any medical condition. Nor is it the purpose of this blog site or cookbook to replace the services of a health professional. It is advised to seek the advice of a licensed, professional health care provider for any condition that may require medical attention.

14 thoughts on “Contact

  1. My boyfriend’s birthday is coming up and everyone in his family seem to be allergic to something. I would love to be able to make a cake his who family can enjoy. It has to be rye free, dairy free, gluten free, and it can’t have fake sugar. His mother is allergic to sugar free foods. I would really appreciate if u had a recipe I could us. Thank you.

  2. Hi Lauren,
    I’m new to this way of thinking, cooking and eating, but excited to try it if I can feel better. The only personal recipe my family seems to not want to let go of is banana bread. Are there easy substitutions I can make in the traditional recipe?

    Thanks!
    Cyndee

    • Hi Cyndee,

      I had a challenging time during the 7 years of recipe development in writing my cookbook. Banana Bread is not in there because I need to experiment more with other recipes. I’m sorry that I cannot give you an answer. However, I can recommend another cookbook Simple Treats by Ellen Abraham which I love. Best of luck. Happy baking. Keep an eye out for my next cookbook in 2012.

  3. Hi Sister ( Lauren)

    I have a questions is there a receipy for eggnog diary free.
    This us to be my favorite drink before I stop consming MILK products
    around the holidays. Love Dennis

  4. Lauren, We have reviewed your book and published it in our Quarterly Magazine. My problem is I want to mail you a copy but I do not seem to have your address available. Please send your mailing address to me so that we may mail you a copy of the review.
    Nancy

  5. Lauren….I just took your most wonderful class at Sur La Table tonight. Wanted you to know that I paid for the book via Paypal. Thanks so much for a terrific informative class. Can’t wait til I can read your cookbook and try some of the recipes. And I will call Dr. Endfield. My best to you! Penelope

  6. I just received your cookbook in the mail and tried out your chocolate chip cookie recipe. All my kids loved them and said they taste like ‘real’ chocolate chip cookies. We have been wheat free now for over five years and I was so excited to find a simple recipe that did not crumble and that got all four of my kids excited. Thank you so much!

  7. Hi Lauren,

    I bought your cookbook and noticed on page 29 you call for 1 cup of chili powder for the chili recipe…is that correct?

    Thanks!

    Joan

    p.s. I love the cookbook…thanks so much!!!

    • Hi Joan,

      Yes, 1 Cup of Chili powder is correct. It will not be too hot(the heat is in the cayanne pepper or ancho chili powder which calls for much less). The Chili powder acts as a thickener as well as flavor. Enjoy it and let us know how you like it. Glad you love the cookbook-thank you for purchasing it. Keep reading the blog as it is an extension of the book and I add new things I learn on the blog. Be Well and Happy Cooking and Eating, Lauren

  8. Lauren, I have just received your cookbook and I am so excited. I am sensitive to wheat and lactose intolerant and I have finally decided to adjust my diet to accommodate these restrictions and I must say I feel 100 times better. But I wondered if I could replace the oat flour in your baking recipes with any other flour. I look forward to any new recipes that you come up with!

    • You can also use Barley flour if you are not gluten sensitive or have Celiac’s Disease. I encourage you to try the Oat Flour since it is very high in fiber, heart healthy and high in beta-glucan which boosts the immune system. It has a lovely sweet flavor and many other flours can have a bitter taste. Let us know how you do. So happy you’re feeling 100% better-YEAH! 🙂 Stick to it and your body, mind and spirit will thank you. Best and Be Well, Lauren

  9. Hi Lauren,

    I saw your cooking class on 7/21 at Wholefoods. I’m wondering if your Pot Pie can be done as vegetarian during your class.

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