We met with the allergist yesterday and after no change in the exima, we are adding corn back into our diet. That makes things so much easier! But the next challenge, pet allergies with a cat that he loves…
Camping?!?!?!?! What are we going to eat? When most of the normal staples of camping food have ingredients that contain stuff that we have allergies to, what are we going to do? COOK! I prepared our dishes ahead of time and froze them so that they would stay cold in the ice chest. We camped at the GRAND PRIX area of Laguna Seca (Mazda Raceway). We awoke Saturday morning to the sound of old time race cars racing around the track. Sunday we went into Monterey and went to the Monterey Bay Aquarium, which was an all day event! My son loved it!
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We have come to make this about every week so that we can have sandwiches and bread with our meals. Although it is good, it doesn’t last very long and gets dried out quickly. This is generally not a problem as we go through it fairly quickly, but it is worth noting.
One of my favorite camping staples. It is quick and easy (unless you are allergic to the ingredients). I had to make pork and beans from scratch to have it. 😀
I finally broke down and did it allergyfreecooking.net is now the official url for this blog.