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26 July 2010

Living with Food Allergies Blog Carnival Catch-Up! Part 1

Welcome to the July 8, 2010 edition of Living with Food Allergies Carnival. Eek! And today is...NOT July 8. It is July 26! You know how time just gets away from you sometimes? We have some wonderful posts submitted by great bloggers and they really deserve a good read! Take a look!

Colette Martin presents Sharing My Family’s Experience With EE – Symptoms posted at Learning to Eat Allergy Free - Multiple Food Allergies, saying, "This is the third in a series of posts on EE and food allergies, addressing the symptoms of EE."

Food Allergy Assistant presents Common Sense for Food Allergies posted at Food Allergy Assistant, saying, "Food Allergy Assistant says "strict avoidance" isn't good enough any more when it comes to food allergy treatment. We deserve better."

Alisa presents Dairy-Free and Gluten-Free Pizza, Mac and Cheeze, AND Chocolate Cake! posted at Go Dairy Free, saying, "My honest review of Amy's new GFCF products ... the good, the bad, and the excellent."

Alisa presents Summer (Special Diet) Reading Series of Giveaways Starts Now! posted at One Frugal Foodie, saying, "I'm going to be giving away one or more special diet books / cookbooks every week. This week starts with your choice of "best dairy-free cookbooks." Check it out and enter to win!"

Alisa presents Healthy Homemade Breakfast Bars posted at Dairy Free and Fit, saying, "Diving into the adventures of homemade bars for snacking and on the go. Feel free to sub in seeds for nut-free. Working on a GF version now."

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.

1 comment:

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