With an eye on the food allergy community as a unique group of consumers since 2008, we're on a quest to find and share ways to continue enjoying the good things in life.

24 January 2013

Living with Food Allergies Blog Carnival: January 24, 2013 Edition

Welcome to the January 24, 2013 edition of Living with Food Allergies Carnival. Don't be deceived by its petite size! We have a great selection of blog posts here from some top-notch food allergy advocates. Grab a cup of coffee or hot chocolate, and take a look!

Caroline Moassessi of www.gratefulfoodie.com offers Inspiring- We Met the Auvi-Q. Both Caroline and Joanne (see below) were able to attend a bloger/social media summit regarding the Auvi-Q!

Dr. Michael Pistiner presents Back to School with Food Allergies: What the School Community Needs to Know | Harvard Vanguard :: Blog posted at Harvard Vanguard :: Blog, saying, "This blog was created as a tool to educate parents of children without food allergies. May be shared by PTOs, teachers, administration, nurses and parents." Thank you so much for this contribution, Dr. Pistiner!

Joanne LaSpina, of Food Allergy Assistant, offers two timely and informative posts: Auvi-Q Epinephrine Injector Is Coming and Food Allergy Anxiety.

Stacy Molter presents Crusty French Bread Recipe posted at Stacy Molter, saying, "This recipe is free of soy, peanut, tree nuts, dairy, fish & shellfish, with an egg free option. This recipe does contain wheat. Below the crusty layer of this french bread recipe lies a bread with a soft, delicate texture. This bread is the perfect addition to your favorite soups, pasta, and sandwich dishes." I'm a frustrated french bread baker, but Stacy's post has inspired me to keep trying!

That concludes this edition. Thank you to all the bloggers who contributed to this edition! Please submit your blog article to the next edition of living with food allergies carnival using our carnival submission form. Send me an email if you'd like to host a future edition: jennifer[at]foodallergybuzz[dot]com; it's very easy to do, a simple copy and paste operation! Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

The Living with Food Allergies Carnival was originally founded by Jenn Casey. You can find Jenn over at rationaljenn.blogspot.com. She's currently taking a bit of a break from blogging, but I think it's important to give credit where credit is due--this blog carnival's a great way to virtually rub elbows in the online food allergy community, so thank you, Jenn, for starting it!


Gratefulfoodie said...

Thank you for including me! I just have so much fun reading all the food allergy blog carnival submissions.

It's comforting and empowering as a parent of food allergic children to be part of such a beautiful community.

Silwin Pereira said...

Thats a lot of information i've had in one page and i been searching for childrens food allergies all over the internet. There should be a google sticky.

My son is allergic to dairy and nuts and i've read a lot about how to prevent and cure it.

Many thanks