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It’s National Popcorn Day – Time to Get Popping!

Raise your hand if you love Popcorn! This irresistible and simple snack dates back to Pre-Columbus indigenous times. According to Popcorn.Org, Natives in the West Indies used popcorn for food and decorations. The Aztecs wore popcorn necklaces in 1519 and writings from Peruvian Indians dating back to 1650 detail how they used popcorn. PBS Food […]

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Dairy Free Resolutions

Having a food allergy means avoiding that food completely. If you are allergic to milk like I am, you need to be extra vigilant since milk and its derivatives are found in so many foods and medications. Here are ten ways to stay safe and eat well this year: 2. Resolve to Find Hidden Dairy […]

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Sanaa Never Fails to Satisfy

Sanaa Never Fails to Satisfy I never go to Walt Disney World without a visit to my favorite restaurant, Sanaa, located at Kidani Village at the Animal Kingdom Lodge- –Which also happens to be my favorite resort on Disney property. I visited Sanaa last week for my birthday dinner, which made it an extra special […]

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DAIRY FREE SUPERBOWL EATS

DAIRY FREE SUPERBOWL EATING One of the best things about the Superbowl, besides the commercials, is all the eating. Just because you have a food allergy, in my case to lamb and the biggie milk, doesn’t mean you can’t have a fantastic Superbowl spread. I won’t be ordering pizza and wings, but I do have […]

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10 for 2015 to Help You Eat Dairy Free

10 for 2015 to Help You Eat Dairy Free Having a food allergy means avoiding that food completely. If you are allergic to milk like I am, you need to be extra vigilant since milk and its derivatives are found in so many foods and medications. Here are ten ways to stay safe and eat […]

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Ode to the Pomegranate

Ode to the Pomegranate I love eating Pomegranates, especially for breakfast, and it’s one of the few things that make winter tolerable for me. Pomegranates are in season from September –February and are one of the best fruits you can eat. If you are not familiar with Pomegranates check them out. They have a rich […]

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Magical Time at Disney and Food Allergy Conference in November

November was a magical month for me since I was at Disney for 4 days but also because I attended the Food Allergy and Celiac Convention (FACCWDW) held at Walt Disney World at the Coronado Springs Resort on November 22, 2014. One of the most magical experiences was the Brer’s Breakfast Buffet. This allergy friendly […]

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