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The Kid-Friendly Food Allergy Cookbook: More Than 150 Recipes That Are Wheat-Free, Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Nut-Free, Egg-Free, and Low in Sugar
Millions of children across the country have food sensitivities or allergies, and the number is on the rise. And most of these children don't get to eat cookies, for fear of the reaction they might have from the wheat, or the peanuts. Imagine the feeling a young child must have as they stand there watching their friends munch on cookies just out of Mom's oven, while they have to make do with yet another carrot stick.86% (17)
Leslie Hammond knows that left-out feeling all too well. As a child she suffered from severe food allergies and would watch year after year as, when the birthday song had ended and she'd blown out the candles, her fancy party cake was whisked away and served to her friends, while she ate a dry rice cake. Now the mother of allergic children herself, Leslie vowed to spare her own children that trauma. She had developed over 100 recipes that will appeal to a kid's tastes. Unlike other food-allergy cookbooks already on the market, her recipes hardly ever call for the kinds of ingredients that would gross out any kid -- like tofu.
The book's recipes take into account all of the most common food sensitivities like wheat and gluten, peanuts, or dairy. Each recipe can be modified to fit the dietary needs to the child.
It's divided into three sections -- snacks, main dishes, and treats. Leslie and co-author Lynne Rominger also provide information about how to find what you need in a regular grocery store, instead of requiring a separate trip to the natural foods store. She writes from the perspective of an ordinary working mom, and doesn't design eating regimes that would take all day in the kitchen to satisfy.
With the recipes in this book, even the most sensitive child will get a cookie too.
two, and GMDS!
Sorry for this bad photo of me... I couldn't find any non-blurry photos of me, and my self-portraits with my phone are dismal at best! Being in the background of the birthday boy is the best I can do! I'm headed on vacation overseas shortly, so photography is at the bottom of my list right now! Foods you like, despise, can't eat (allergies, etc.) I hate mushrooms, fish, cilantro, milk chocolate and love pineapple but am allergic it seems. I like dark chocolate, caramel, nutella, chocolate croissants, cheese, olives, licorice, marshmallows, yummy stuff. Love summer produce - berries, peaches, tomatoes, peppers, green beans. Trying to preserve more of these foods so I can have them in winter, but usually I just eat them. Nom. Coffee vs. tea? Coffee coffee coffee! But I'm trying to switch to decaf again so I can mostly quit coffee... Would be open to yummy teas, just not fruity! Where do you live? (I'm thinking climate, big city/small town, etc.) I live in Maryland just outside DC. Close enough to the metro and buses but far enough out that traffic doesn't totally suck. Favorite yarns / fabrics? I've been on a kids-fabric kick lately, finishing two baby quilts this month! Sort of loving Lizzy House Peeps fabric and Children at Play (boys!) and Aneela Hooey Sherbert Pips. I'm a sucker for fabric with elephants and hippos. I like wooly yarns! I've been knitting more sweaters, for me and the boy, lately. Merino is my favorite. Merino cashmere blends are also tops! Don't care for silk so much, alpaca's ok but usually too hot for me, and definitely do not like cotton/hemp/acrylic/mohair. Crafty pursuits - knit, crochet, spin, sew, quilt, make friendship bracelets, any of these or others? Yes except for crochet! I just like the way knitting looks more so I've never bothered! I haven't spun much in the past couple years - my son has a fascination with pulling the yarn off the bobbin, so I try to hide my wheel these days! I've been trying to get more into sewing garments - just took a class on blouses, and want to try dresses next! I also dye yarn - have a little business (Woolarina) but haven't been so active online lately! Hobbies/pursuits/proclivities/passions (other than the aforementioned crafty ones, obvs) - Cooking, baking, canning, gardening, attempting to remember to go to the gym and/or yoga. What do you do in life? (job, career, school, family, etc.) I work for NASA, doing mission assurance sorts of activities - making sure our satellites won't break, mainly! There are so many awesome things going on here still, btw, weather satellites, climate missions, space exploration, etc... the shuttle ending does not mean the end of NASA! _gets off soapbox_ Most of my time outside of work is spent toddler-wrangling, and trying to decide with my husband if we aren't too overwhelmed to try for another kid. What makes you happy? Starting new projects, reading books, seeing my kid learn new stuff and/or run around in circles and jump on the couch giggling madly. Random favorites -- colors, flavors, scents, books, movies, TV, magazines, genres, time of day, motifs (foxes, bees, squirrels, owls, beavers, mushrooms, bats) etc. I like aqua and orange and green (not together) and all the rest of the colors (hence the dyeing yarn thing!). I'm not super into smelly stuff but I guess anything not flowery? Like cinnamon, cloves. (Hi, I'm hungry right now!). We're usually brain-dead by the time we turn the TV on, so lots of dumb shows like Chuck and NCIS. Parks and Rec and Modern Family are good. Can't wait for Downton Abbey to come back in the fall. Not big on magazines - they tend to collect dust and never get read so I gave up on them! I read mostly fiction - I've been reading bunches of historical fiction lately - especially to do with expats in Paris/France pre-WW2 - Hemingway & Fitzgerald.. haha, totally a coincidence that we're headed to france and the cote d'azur on vacation - we're going to see family actually! I like animal motifs, gnomes, robots, cars, boy things, and polka dots! Oh! And I'm _paula_p_ on twitter! I'm actually going to be out of town for a couple weeks, and not sure on internet access, so might be slowish responding!289/365 - 9 Months
We went for A's 9 month appointment today and he is doing just great:). The allergies are still a concern, but since they are not life threatening, we are taking them in stride. We will wait till a year to try milk (of any kind). Soy, nuts, eggs and seafood are still off the menu. And if the milk introduction does not go well, then off to the specialists we go. It could be so much worse. Tooth number 5 came through today and I fear that 6,7 and 8 are close behind. As I type, Miss H is trying to sing him to sleep as he is very much sad and grumpy and out of sorts tonight, not at all his norm these days. After his appointment we came back and set up shop on the dock...but he was wanting more, so into the lake we went, coldish water and all, grabbing seaweed, kicking water and trying to munch on rocks. I did not do this with the other two...a little too nervous around the water...I am glad we get to try this again:).
Allergy Cooking With Ease (Revised Edition) - This classic all-purpose allergy cookbook was out of print and now is making a comeback in a revised edition. It includes all the old favorite recipes of the first edition plus many new recipes and new foods. With over 300 recipes for baked goods, main dishes (even comfort foods), soups, salads, vegetables, ethnic dishes, desserts (lots of cookies), and more, it will help you make living with your food allergies easy and put some fun back into your diet. Informational sections of the book are also totally updated, including the extensive "Sources" section.Related topics:
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