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Making Mayo with Colette Martin: Review of The Allergy-Free Pantry

Making Mayo with Colette Martin: Review of The Allergy-Free Pantry
I wasn't allowed in the kitchen while growing up so I wasn't much of a cook when I left home. My husband will attest to that....
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Safe Snacks and Food Sharing Tips for Food Allergic Kids

Safe Snacks and Food Sharing Tips for Food Allergic Kids
Kids love to share snacks and trade lunches on the playground or at school, which can be a serious risk if they have food allergies. Young...
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An Allergic Foodie Reviews FEEDING EDEN

An Allergic Foodie Reviews FEEDING EDEN
I downloaded Feeding Eden:The Trials and Triumphs of a Food Allergy Family (Sterling, 2012) by Susan Weissman after meeting her at a food allergy bloggers conference. While my...
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Food-Allergic Kids Can Have Fun, Safe School Field Trips

Food-Allergic Kids Can Have Fun, Safe School Field Trips
Food allergies and field trips can be a combination for worry, especially if your child has severe food allergies. As your child gets older, they will...
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Flights, Peanuts, Allergic Kids -- More Notes From an Anxious Mom

Flights, Peanuts, Allergic Kids -- More Notes From an Anxious Mom
It's been a worrisome month in the food allergy community. In two separate incidents, a little girl experienced anaphylaxis aboard an airplane as a result of a...
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Yummy Recipes for Food-Allergic Kids’ Birthday Cakes

Yummy Recipes for Food-Allergic Kids’ Birthday Cakes
If your child has a food allergy then you are all too familiar with the problems of cakes and treats at classroom birthday parties. However, your...
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Teach Your Child How to Deal with Food Allergy Bullies at School

Teach Your Child How to Deal with Food Allergy Bullies at School
Bullying is unacceptable behavior regardless of where it occurs, but children with food allergies have a personal perspective of what bullying feels like. As a parent of a...
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"Why Is Food Bad For Me, Mum?" ( or, How Do You Explain to a Child?)

How do you explain Celiac Disease to a child?  Not a toss-off tumble of facts, that's for sure. Whether he or she has celiac, or simply has a family...
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Grass-Fed Beef Isn't Always Best

Grass-Fed Beef Isn't Always Best
I've been a big fan of grass-fed meat since developing multiple food allergies and celiac disease. After all, why would I want to eat meat from...
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10 Things To Do Before Travelling To A Different Country

10 Things To Do Before Travelling To A Different Country
Travelling can be a stressful activity especially to us with food allergies.  I have known many people and families who opt not to go to places...
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Outgrowing Food Allergies: What are the Odds?

Outgrowing Food Allergies: What are the Odds?
Whether or not a food allergy can be outgrown depends largely on the type of food your child is allergic to, as well as the severity...
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Please Eat without Me! Please!

Please Eat without Me!  Please!
Our book club alternates meetings between restaurants and our homes. As the "one with food issues," I am given the final say on the restaurants where...
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TSA TOOK MY LUNCH! AIRPORTS AND FOOD ALLERGIES

TSA TOOK MY LUNCH! AIRPORTS AND FOOD ALLERGIES
As I watched TSA swab my jar of peanutbutter, I thought back to the good old days--not the days before Sept 11 when airplane security was...
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Declaring Our Independence From Food Allergy Fears

b2ap3_thumbnail_NewFireworks.jpg While celebrating the 237th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence, I’ve been thinking a lot about its meaning. The power and courage it...
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Food Allergy Education Using Role Playing

Food Allergy Education Using Role Playing
With a little guidance and imagination, you can help your child to understand his or her food allergies. When your child feels left out of a...
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