Feast Without Yeast: 4 Stages to Better Health, by Bruce Semon, M.D., Ph.D., and Lori Kornblum, with a foreword by Bernard Rimland, Ph.D. price $26.95

Feast Without Yeast for Candida Diet

Author Dr. Bruce Semon is a board-certified psychiatrist, a child psychiatrist and doctorate level nutritionist. He speaks regularly at conferences, and has appeared on numerous radio programs and internet programs. Ms. Kornblum is an attorney. She counsels parents on how to implement yeast free, wheat free and dairy free diets for their children. Both Dr. Semon and Ms. Kornblum are available to speak at conferences, radio programs, on-line chats, to teach classes, and for consultation. Call 1-877-332-7899 to schedule your event. For more information on Dr. Semon’s medical practice and experience, click here.

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Feast Without Yeast

Feast Without Yeast

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William G. Crook, M.D., author of The Yeast Connection and the Woman, and The Yeast Connection Handbook says:

Feast Without Yeast: 4 Stages to Better Health is a wonderful book. Comprehensive, yet concise. Authoritative, user-friendly, readable and unique because the authors are parents of an autistic child. Moreover, they have worked tirelessly in stores and in their kitchen putting practical recipes together which their son would eat.”

What is Feast Without Yeast?

  • cookbook filled with more than 225 original, kitchen tested recipes. All of them are yeast free. Most are free of gluten and wheat, casein and milk, and eggs. All are free of soy, rye, corn, additives and preservatives. The recipes are easy to follow, designed so a 10 year old can use them!
  • complete guide to making the transition to yeast free, and, if necessary wheat (gluten) free and milk (casein) free living. We give you simple steps to follow, in four stages, eliminating only the most necessary foods to improve your health. You will get a list of the foods you can eat and those you can’t eat. Plus, every recipe is keyed to the Stages, so you know exactly what you can cook at all times.


A question was raised on Amazon.com, is this book really valuable for people following a yeast free, gluten free, casein free diet?

The answer is YES! Feast Without Yeast is 100% yeast free, and is “mostly” free of wheat and milk. There are 228 recipes in the book. All are free of yeast and fermented and moldy foods. Approximately 190 of the 228 are free of milk and wheat as well. The reviewer states only a handful of recipes are gluten/casein free. We fail to see how he or she can come to that conclusion. For example, 11 of the 14 “Mainly potato” recipes are free of wheat and milk; 17 of the 21 “Mainly Vegetable” recipes are free of wheat and milk; and 100% of the meat, fish and poultry recipes are. The count is similar in all chapters except desserts, “Sweets & Treats.” Although all of the cakes and cookes have wheat and milk, we do have milk and wheat free pies, sorbets (a frozen dessert), frostings, candy and even a pudding. The reviewer states that most of the gluten and casein free foods are “beverages.” Only 3 of the 228 recipes are for beverages, and 2 of those three are milk and wheat free. We hope that all of our customers will be happy and will find this book useful and helpful, and regret any confusion that this review may cause.

Who should use Feast Without Yeast?

Candida Diet

  • Everyone who loves great food!Although this is a cookbook designed primarily for people with health and allergy issues, the recipes are delicious and easy to make for everyone. You will be surprised at how great you feel after you eat the food you cook.
  • Everyone looking for cholesterol free food. Most of the recipes are cholesterol free.
  • Everyone with a yeast problem! All recipes are free of yeast, mold and fermented foods.
  • Passover, including a menu for a Passover Seder. Feast Without Yeast includes wheat free, egg free and milk free latkes, kugels and other delicious dishes.
  • Everyone coping with common food allergies, to milk, eggs, soy, corn, rye, wheat and other foods. Feast Without Yeast contains no corn, soy, or rye. Milk, wheat and egg free recipes are clearly labeled.
  • Everyone avoiding artificial preservatives, table sugar, colors and additives. Feast Without Yeast is totally natural, using whole grains, and sweetening with unprocessed honey.
  • Everyone suffering from any of these health conditions: Headaches, including migraine; fatigue; chronic ear infection; Fibromyalgia; chemical sensitivity; depression; abdominal pain; bloating, diarrhea; constipation; eczema; psoriasis; rashes; hives; Chronic Fatigue Syndrome; Crohn’s Disease; Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD or ADHD); Autism; pain or numbness in hands or feet; Multiple Sclerosis; Rheumatoid Arthritis; and many more.

Table of Contents:

You can read what’s inside here.

Who Should Use Feast Without Yeast?;

How to Use Feast Without Yeast;

Foreword, by Bernard Rimland, Ph.D. (Director, Autism Research Institute);

The Story Behind the Book;

The Four Stages: Your Path to Better Health;

The Four Stages for Children;

A Note on Ingredients;

Gadgets & Gizmos;

Shopping Lists;

Dressings & Sauces; Salad Dressings; Pasta Sauces; Fruit Sauces; Salsas & Dips;

Spectacular Soups; Thick ‘N Hearty Slow Cooking Soups; Cholents; Soups for Dumplings; Soothing Soups; Lentil Soups; Split Pea Soups; Creamy Soups;

Super Salads;

Breads & Biscuits;

Mainly Beans;

Mainly Rice;

Mainly Potatoes;

Mainly Vegetables;

Mainly Meat, Fish & Poultry;

Sweets & Treats; Cakes & Dessert Breads; Cookies; Pies & Pie Crusts; Frostings; Puddings; Candy; Sorbets and Ice Milks; Sweet Beverages;

Appendix: Additional Resources;


About the Authors

About the Authors:

Dr. Bruce Semon is both a board certified psychiatrist and child psychiatrist and nutritionist practicing in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He received his M.D. from University of Wisconsin-Madison and his Ph.D. in Nutrition from University of California-Davis. Dr. Semon was a Research Fellow in the Laboratory of Nutritional and Molecular Regulation, of the National Cancer Institute at the National Institutes of Health. He received his adult psychiatry training at the Medical College of Wisconsin. Dr. Semon also was a Fellow in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the Medical College of Wisconsin.

Dr. Semon has published several academic papers relating to nutrition, and is a contributing author to Biological Treatments for Autism and PDD, by Dr. William Shaw.

As a complement to Dr. Semon’s regular psychiatry practice, Dr. Semon has treated many patients for yeast-related illnesses, including eczema, psoriasis, depression and autism, with remarkable results.

To contact him personally, or to make an appointment to see Dr. Semon, please call (414) 352-6500. To learn more about his practice, clickhere.


Lori Kornblum is an attorney practicing in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She has published scholarly and popular articles relating to law. Ms. Kornblum regularly advises parents and others how to implement yeast free, milk and wheat free diets. She teaches cooking classes, too.


Dr. Semon and Ms. Kornblum are married and live in Milwaukee with their three children, one of whom has an autistic disorder.


The authors created all of the recipes in this book to help their son, as well as Dr. Semon’s other patients, with disorders related to yeast, wheat, dairy and other food sensitivities.


Dr. Semon has appeared on numerous radio programs and internet programs. Both Dr. Semon and Ms. Kornblum are available to speak at conferences, teach classes, and for consultation. Call 877-332-7899 to schedule a date.

On the back of our second cookbook, Extraordinary Foods for the Everyday Kitchen, some of our Readers Comment about Feast Without Yeast

Extraordinary Foods for the Everyday Kitchen, back cover An Extraordinary Power to Heal, back cover, by Lori Kornblum and Bruce Semon, M.D., Ph.D.