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The Autism-Friendly Cookbook

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If I can ‘just learn’ - which I can’t anyway - I must therefore be able to ‘learn’ how not to be autistic. Things like a decoder of common recipe terms (how much on earth is a pinch of salt meant to be, really), the myriad different sizes of spoons, explanation of American cups (this has tripped me up before). A delightful guide full of important information for neurodivergent foodies - we've needed this for years!

We will be delving more into this in the next chapter, by way of "lifting the lid" on all things sensory. The Autism-Friendly Cookbook was created for autistic adults and teens to turn to when cooking for friends, lacking inspiration, or on those low-energy days. I LOVE the concept because I really struggle with having the energy to cook but the recipes seemed to be mostly high energy level recipes (one recipe is 12 hours long! Added Benefit of Neurodiversity In pursuing Agility in the dynamic world of organizational change, the role of Pattern Seekers is paramount. Seems like it might be interesting but I’m worried it might end up gimmicky, looking for input/experience whether it’s worth the purchase.Triple-tested for clarity and favour by students and coaches in the cooking school we’ve run since 2002 for teens and adults on the autism spectrum, these recipes are clear and easy to follow. Anecdotally, there are stories where the child – now a "grown-up" – would later argue that difficulties they struggled with in the present went back to having spent so much time spent struggling, having lived under a cloud of "not knowing" and feeling out of place. Coach in the Kitchen” Autism Cookbook Coach in the Kitchen is a one-of-a-kind cookbook, designed for those on the autism spectrum.

Another common theme was bullying and discrimination, very often connected to the state of not knowing. Despite being unable to do so much of what the assessment asked for, the report was riddled with inaccuracies – with so much of it suggesting there are no challenges around cooking and baking, and could ‘just learn’. Steve Silberman, author, NeuroTribes: The Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurodiversity A delightful guide full of important information for neurodivergent foodies - we've needed this for years!

So pleased to see the detailed explanations of things that have always tripped me up when trying to cook or bake. I have seen students in the cooking school—like my son—grow in confidence and self-esteem with each successful meal they prepare. By the proxy of the gender that I present as, it’s almost like having to go across some kind of invisible barrier on the pathway to diagnosis. In this domain, the added value of neurodiversity transcends mere inclusivity; it becomes a driving force behind adaptive, resilient,… Read More Unlocking Innovation with Pattern Seekers – The Added Value of Neurodiversity in Organizational Change and Agility. This seems to so often be dismissed as "typical teenage angst" – whatever that means – when there is an actual underlying reason.

Our cookbook is not just a collection of recipes; it's a transformative guide to a happier, healthier, and more harmonious dining experience. Pre-preparation: Take the butter out of your fridge and allow to come to room temperature; this will make it easier to work with in the long run. To be able to speak semi fluently - never mind my flat tone, scripting, odd speaking pattern, and other issues - must ostensibly mean I am ‘able’. Say goodbye to mealtime pain and agitation, and embrace the joy of preparing and sharing delicious, health-conscious meals with your loved ones. More than a cookbook, Lydia has produced a book that is an excellent educational tool, a model for accessible and inclusive cookbooks, and an important piece of advocacy for the autistic community.At the time of writing, there is no data to officially provide context, but it is blindingly obvious from anecdotes, interviews, or just friendly conversations with autistic people. My oldest friend, Lalaine, is in the book; having caused friendly embarrassment while I was her work experience intern (we’ve been friends in the years since), a declaration was made to get my own back!

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