Thursday, September 18, 2008

Living With Food Allergies Blog Carnival

Welcome to the September 18, 2008 edition of the Living with Food Allergies Blog Carnival. We have some great reading for you this week.

Before we begin, I feel compelled to call you attention to this article on CNN.com, featuring blog carnival contributor Allergic Girl! Way to go, Sloane!

Recipes

Sagar Satapathy presents 100 Best Recipes Sites for Cooks of All Kinds posted at Organicasm.


Angela Kantz presents “Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.” posted at Allergy-Free Cooking and Baking.


Alisa presents New Lunchbox Bites E-Book Offers Delicious Dairy-Free and Vegan Recipes for Back to School posted at Go Dairy Free.


Libby presents Buttermilkless Biscuits posted at The Allergic Kid, saying, "My son loves to make these almost more than he loves to eat them."



September Means Back To School

Jennifer O'Quigley presents Comments From the Peanut Free Gallery: 504 Plans posted at Comments From the Peanut Free Gallery.


Ria Sharon presents Section 504 and Food Allergies posted at Check My Tag Community, saying, "The first in an ongoing series on Section 504 Plans: how to work with schools on developing one for your food allergy kid."


Alisa presents USDA Approves Soymilk for National School Lunch Program posted at Go Dairy Free.


Alisa presents Food Allergy Cookbook Author Addresses Food Allergy Issues for Back to School posted at Go Dairy Free.



Living!

Shannon Bullard presents Fall Food Series: Food Allergy Product Guide 2008 posted at Zeer Blog, saying, "A short and happy post about new allergy friendly products on the horizon for fall of 2008."


Dana Pumroy presents Jenny McCarthy and Her Son Evan?s Victory Over Autism posted at No Gluten Bakery, saying, "I found this great article on Oprah.com. Jenny McCarthy's son Evan is a testament to the benefits of a gluten-free diet. I got shivers when I read how amazing his results were!"


Fiona Veitch Smith presents Food intolerances at Fiona Veitch Smith posted at Fiona Veitch Smith, saying, "Three women share their stories of intolerances to staple foods, and how they manage their diet accordingly."


Piotr Stepien presents Raw Vegan Food posted at we overstep, saying, "What seemed to be an extreme diet is easier and more efficient than a regular diet."


Nowheymama presents Dairy-Free Wizard of Oz Birthday posted at No Whey, Mama.


Jennifer B presents Allergen Labeling Update: Whole Foods Responds posted at Food Allergy Buzz, saying, "I am not a fan of bakery items, especially those at supermarkets, because of the food allergy in our family. But I know plenty of food allergy families who do buy bakery items. The Whole Foods cake slice saga certainly is discouraging, but serves as a good reminder: food allergic buyers beware!"


Victoria Groce presents Five Things I've Learned From Living with a Restricted Diet posted at About.com Food Allergies, saying, "Thanks!"


That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of living with food allergies carnival using our carnival submission form. The Allergic Kid will be your host in two weeks. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.



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5 comments:

Beatrice said...

I'm a health concious person & take a good care of my diet & nutrition.

Ricki said...

Hi, I just discovered this blog event and would love to participate. What are the criteria for blog entries? Does it have to be an article, or can it be an informative post related to a recipe?
Thanks,
Ricki

Vivian said...

Great carnival! Thanks for hosting!

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