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01 April 2011

Living with Food Allergies Blog Carnival - March 31, 2011 Edition

April Fools!

This is the March 31, 2011 edition of living with food allergies carnival. Thank you to everyone for participating! The next edition will be hosted by The Allergic Kid. If you'd like to host or have any questions, please leave a comment for this post or email me, jenniferATfoodallergybuzz.com.

Cooking and Recipes
shaunta presents GF Comfort Food Baked Chicken and Rice posted at Live Once Juicy, saying, "Here’s a recipe that I came up with that lets me still have my favorite comfort food, without a belly ache and need for a nap afterward. It requires a little more work than the traditional recipe, but that’s par for the course with gluten free food."

Colette Martin presents How to Activate Yeast posted at Learning to Eat Allergy Free - Multiple Food Allergies, saying, "Enjoy this video demonstration!"

Alisa presents Chickpeas: done two ways posted at Antioxidant Buzz, saying, "Weekly gluten-free, dairy-free, and sugar-free healthy recipes. Learn the simplicity of cooking fresh chickpeas to have them on hand all week."

Elizabeth Goldenberg presents Gluten-Free Beer, Mixers, and Liquor posted at Onespot Allergy.

Interesting and Enlightening Food Allergy Thoughts
Suzanne Elvidge presents Peanut allergies and more posted at Genome Engineering | Site Wide Activity, saying, "The prevalence of peanut allergies (and allergies overall) is increasing, but it is not entirely clear why – it may be because of changes in the environment we live in, or changes in diet and exposure (or lack of exposure) to peanuts. Allergies do seem to run in families, and a team of researchers, led by the University of Dundee, has identified a gene associated with sensitivity to peanuts."

Thanita presents Explaining A Reaction To A Child With Aspergers Syndrome posted at Vicky's Ickies.

Food Allergy Assistant presents Food Allergy Presentations at Annual Conference in San Francisco posted at Food Allergy Assistant, saying, "Always lots of great info about allergies and asthma at the annual AAAAI conference!"

JenTheTech presents Non candy Easter ideas posted at Peanut free now.

Sure Foods Living presents My ‘a-ha’ moment about food allergies posted at Sure Foods Living - for celiac disease, gluten intolerance, food allergies, peanut allergy, nut allergy, gluten-free diet, gfcf diet, dairy-free, egg-free, soy free or other allergen-free living.

Elizabeth Goldenberg presents Is Coconut Safe For People With Tree Nut Allergies? posted at Onespot Allergy.

Elizabeth Goldenberg presents Allergic To Latex? Foods And Products To Avoid posted at Onespot Allergy.

Libby presents Today's Lesson: Hate and Intolerance posted at The Allergic Kid, saying, "What's wrong in Florida? Here's a look at the protests surrounding a six year old girl's food allergy accommodations."

Libby presents My Kid Is Special Too* posted at The Allergic Kid, saying, "Don't believe everything you read! The actual food allergy accommodations in Florida barely resemeble the misinformation spread by the protesters."

Trista Ramirez presents The cost of EpiPens posted at Food Allergy Families.

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of living with food allergies carnival using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

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Libby said...

Thanks so much for getting the carnival up again! I'm looking forward to hosting the next one!

SweetDebbie said...

My allergen-free organic bakery is in Los Angeles so I started my blog to give recipes to those who need to bake allergen-free but can't get these items from a local bakery.

My blog is sweetdebbies.blogspot.com and hope it can be of help.

Thank you so much for all the wonderful information.