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Managing Food Allergy Cooking in a Pandemic

Managing Food Allergy Cooking in a Pandemic

If you’ve been to a supermarket, you know that the combination of fear and preparing to comply with prolonged stay-at-home orders have resulted in empty shelves. From fresh meat to frozen vegetables, from paper goods to non-perishables, the supermarket is barren. That’s hard enough for any family to navigate, but those of us dealing with food allergies have an additional challenge.

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5 Tips for Celebrating Easter & Passover With Food Allergies

5 Tips for Celebrating Easter & Passover With Food Allergies

Holidays often mean opportunities to gather with family and friends to celebrate. Whether you’re sitting down for a full meal or having something to drink and snack on, food is often a core component of our celebratory meetups. While we value time with those people we care about, the edible elements can present certain challenges for families managing food allergies. As we approach Easter and Passover, you may feel the stress of balancing holiday tradition with food allergies. I think I can help with that.

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Slow Cooker Meals: Allergy-Friendly Cooking for the Busy Cook

Slow Cooker Meals: Allergy-Friendly Cooking for the Busy Cook

Eating out often isn’t just bad for the budget, it’s also a challenge when you’re juggling food allergies. Finding a place that can safely feed your family can be more work than pulling a meal together. Take a deep breath and pull out your slow cooker. The following allergy-friendly recipes are easy to pull together in the morning before you dash out the door so you can return home later and be greeted by the yummy smells of dinner waiting for you.

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Beyond Food Allergies: Intolerance, FPIES, EoE, and OAS

Beyond Food Allergies: Intolerance, FPIES, EoE, and OAS

When you’re living with food allergies, you learn very quickly that one person’s experience with allergies doesn’t necessarily mirror the way other people respond to the same allergy. It can be easy, however, to assume that folks who experience health-related complications because of food all fall into a single category – allergic. That’s not exactly true. 

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