Tag Archives: managing food allergies

Feeding a small crowd on a special diet

My parents made their annual summertime trek to California, this year bringing my two nieces, ages 15 and 12.5.  For those keeping track, that’s 9 mouths to feed total.  They’re staying in their RV and eating breakfast there, but lunches … Continue reading

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Food and travel, food allergies, and hospital food

I’ve been thinking a lot about how to eat in a way that won’t render me incapacitated when I travel outside my little bubble of Whole Foods and safe gluten-free and Paleo-friendly restaurants. A two-night excursion to Sacramento included a … Continue reading

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Introduction to Gluten-Free Batch Cooking

Just a few days ago one of my Facebook friends was lamenting how complicated it was feeding her family rife with food allergies.  Plus she’s expecting another baby, running a business, and generally being a kick-ass warrior mama.  I suggested she … Continue reading

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What’s in Your Lunchbox?

My youngest got kind of worked up about Lunchables recently. He wanted one sooooo badly. There’s no way is no way I’m getting him one, but wanted to recreate the concept in a GF, allergy- friendly lunchbox. I saw these … Continue reading

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Don’t be THAT mom: How to be a successful allergy mom

Had a weird interaction with another allergy mom from my son’s school. A few months ago, one of my son’s teachers made a comment about this particular mom and how she has alienated most of the parents in the small … Continue reading

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