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Kitchen Tips Tuesday: Egg Substitutes

Many baked goods recipes call for eggs, but if you are baking for a vegan, or someone with an egg allergy, it is still possible to make sweet treats without them.  485 more words


Apple Danish Heaven

Hello readers.  Did you miss me?  It has been quite a gap between posts.  I’m sorry.  I’ve enjoyed the spectacular summer that we’ve had here on the West Coast. 601 more words

Dairy Allergy

A little bit about Albumen...

Allergens can lurk in some unexpected places. 

A few months ago, I was getting ready for the day and discovered one of those places…hair products. 295 more words

Egg Allergy

RECALL: Waitrose Asian Fusion Rice Noodles

Waitrose is recalling its Asian Fusion Rice Noodles because of a manufacturing error. This means the product is a possible health risk for anyone with an allergy or intolerance to egg and/ or wheat (gluten). 87 more words

Trading Standards

Snack Safely - Safe Snack List (Updated on August 12, 2015)

SNACK SAFELY is an excellent resource for snacking safely with food allergies that our middle school’s nurse shared with us yesterday during training.  Love it! 36 more words

Food Allergies

Recall: ‘by Sainsbury’s Prawn Crackers’ and ‘by Sainsbury’s Thai Takeaway for 2’

Sainsbury’s is recalling its ‘by Sainsbury’s Prawn Crackers’ and ‘by Sainsbury’s Thai Takeaway for 2’ because the products may contain a small amount of egg. Egg is not mentioned on the packaging, which means the products are a possible health risk for anyone with an allergy or intolerance to egg. 125 more words

Trading Standards

Have thought for those with allergies, why should we miss out.

Recently we have been invited to birthday, xmas and breaking up for summer parties and only one of those catered for my sons allergies even if there was yoghurt coated fruit flakes in his box of snacks at least my friend tried her best at finding him safe foods however all of the parties have had egg and milk filled items and last time mybson ate an egg covered cheese roll :( after adults and children where leaving dood all over the floor, anyone who understands allergies wull no you don’t have to eat it to react it can be touch or even if someone else has eaten an allergen and then kissed my son he reacts also by react I dont mean a little rash and hives I mean that and more such as breathing troubles, extreme tummy ache, constipation or dioreah, chronic eczema that weeps and bleeds and will even ve up all night screaming in pain, we still love to see friends and get out the house and why should my son miss out? 40 more words