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Profile of a Food-Allergic Kid: Samara Carroll


Food Allergy Therapist Samara Carroll has lived with life-threatening food allergies since she was a toddler. Now that she’s all grown up, Samara helps children with food allergies navigate the ups and downs of life as a food-allergic kid. 1,622 more words

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Allergy-Friendly Restaurant Review: Jack Astor’s Bar and Grill

This allergy-friendly restaurant was reviewed by guest blogger, Pauline Osena. Pauline is a writer, food allergy advocate, self-proclaimed allergy-friendly foodie, mother of 3 young children, and manager of a household that avoids 7 of the top 8 food allergens. 978 more words

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This allergy-friendly restaurant is a local celebrity's safe eating spot...

If you’re a member of the AllergyBites community, you’ll know I promised you a review of The Keg next. The only problem is: I haven’t had a minute to step foot inside any new restaurants this month… let alone write a review. 622 more words

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Profile of an Allergy Parent: Jyoti Parmar

Jyoti Parmar is mom to 3 children—and 2 of them have food allergies. Sahil is 13. He is allergic to peanuts, soy and tree nuts. Jaya is 7. 2,374 more words

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Allergy-Friendly Restaurant Review - Part Uno: Sorelle and Co. (downtown location)

I’ve decided to break my Sorelle and Co. review up into 2 posts because (a) there are 2 locations, and (b) the experience is vastly different. 648 more words

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Allergy-Friendly Restaurant Review: Famoso Neapolitan Pizzeria

Well, I finally made it out to one of the restaurants whose name keeps popping up in allergy support groups I’ve joined and in conversations about allergy-friendly restaurants I’ve been having. 833 more words

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This restaurant has ZERO of the top 8 allergens on its menu

EDITOR’S NOTE: Okay, okay. So ZERO8 isn’t local (yet). But the good news is, they’re expanding—and planning on opening a location in Toronto eventually. I’ve reached out to  to see how soon they plan to make the move to the T-Dot. 652 more words

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