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Food Allergy Lunch Drama before breakfast

Food Allergy Lunch Drama before breakfast
We had some food allergy lunch drama this morning.Just a few minutes after dropping my son off at school today (just one, the other was home...
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Food Allergy Frameworks

Do you consider your food allergy blog, recipes, and more a hobby? A business? A diary for your way of life? All of the above? Regardless...
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Fresh Brewed Tea

Fresh Brewed Tea

Today is a busy day, but it is also a lazy day.  So I decided to treat myself to a pot of fresh brewed tea.  Brewing...
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GFAF Expo - Gluten Free Travel Group Interiew

GFAF Expo - Gluten Free Travel Group Interiew

I had the opportunity to interview Jean Ann Honig, founder of the Gluten Free Travel Group and a certified accessible travel advocate at the GFAF Expo....
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One Community, One Voice: How Food Allergies & Celiac Disease Awareness Month is Stronger as One

One Community, One Voice: How Food Allergies & Celiac Disease Awareness Month is Stronger as One
In our first year as a community, I remember feeling stymied when I first processed the fact that Food Allergy Awareness Week would fall right smack...
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ExpoWest: Collaborate, Educate, and Win!

ExpoWest: Collaborate, Educate, and Win!
ExpoWest 2016 Gluten Free Giveaway!   You can't get to ExpoWest, the largest organic and natural products food event in the country? Most people can't. It's a...
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Custom Eating Bullying In School

Custom Eating Bullying In School
While attending the GFAF Expo I met a 4th grade teacher and author, Monique Vagueiro.  She was marketing her book Allergic to Bullying.  The book addresses the...
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When In Doubt - Do Without

When In Doubt - Do Without
 am proud to be gluten free.  I am extremely gratful to be a part of the movement for full disclosure on food labels and packaging.  I...
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Dangerous Bites: Cultural Implications of Food Allergies

Dangerous Bites: Cultural Implications of Food Allergies by Grace Hwang Lynch  I had the honor of being one of many people interviewed for this article about food...
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My kids made me do it.

My kids made me do it.
Whether you have a food allergy or not, if you're a parent then chances are that food allergies touches your lives.  With 1 in 12 American...
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FPIES: Simple Words, Complex Realities

FPIES: Simple Words, Complex Realities
FPIES: Simple Words, Complex Realities By Nichole L. Huff, Ph.D., CFLE One evening last week, in reviewing the papers sent home in my kindergartener’s daily folder,...
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Losing corn and finding center?

Losing corn and finding center?
Let's get one thing clear: I have no intention of losing corn. Because I don't want to lose corn! Corn is comforting morning porridge with So...
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Roots Creative Kitchen & Gluten Free Specialty

Roots Creative Kitchen & Gluten Free Specialty

I found Freedible while setting launching the funding campaign for our Roots Creative Kitchen local food incubator project on Indiegogo. You can check it out for...
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8 Essential Questions to Ask Before Dining Out Gluten Free

8 Essential Questions to Ask Before Dining Out Gluten Free
Unless you’re at a 100% gluten-free establishment, eating out gluten-free can be a little intimidating.  We’ve been doing it for 30 years and still have to...
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Respond, Don't React!

Respond, Don't React!
"But what if you have Celiac Disease?" one of my preschoolers asked last semester before I relocated.WHAT IF?I have another preschooler who has had a rash...
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