Welcome to the November 26, 2008 edition of the Living with Food Allergies Blog Carnival! We're a day early this time, to give you some last minute ideas for your Thanksgiving feast tomorrow. Thanks for reading!
Alison presents A gluten-free and dairy-free Thanksgiving posted at Sure Foods Living - for celiac disease, gluten intolerance, food allergies, peanut allergy, nut allergy, gluten-free diet, gfcf diet, dairy-free, egg-free, soy free or other allergen-free living.
Alisa presents Mission: Impossible Pies Arrive Just in Time for Thanksgiving Dessert posted at Go Dairy Free, saying, "These pies take less than 30 minutes to prepare! All of the recipes are dairy-free and egg-free, and since they are crust-less, they can all be made gluten-free very easily. Just a couple of the recipes contain nuts." Yum--quick and easy.
Alisa presents The Big List of Dairy-Free Thanksgiving Recipes posted at Go Dairy Free, saying, "I worked on finding these recipes for hours, so hopefully this post helps people! It includes links to well over 100 dairy-free recipes for Thanksgiving breads, stuffing, turkeys and faux "turkeys," vegetable dishes, sauces and gravies, and of course, dessert!" Wow, thanks Alisa!
Alisa presents The New Go Dairy Free Guide and Cookbook is Now Available! posted at Go Dairy Free, saying, "My new guide and cookbook is at last available! It includes the largest dairy substitutes section available in any book (4 chapters, plus a chapter on substituting eggs) with information on how to buy them, how to use them, and how to make them from scratch. The book is half guide, half cookbook, but all in all, there are about 225 recipes (all dairy-free, all but 2 are egg-free or have a tested egg-free option). It also has a handy recipe index that references which recipes are also soy-free, wheat-free, gluten-free, peanut-free, and/or tree nut-free." Congratulations!
AND MORE. . .
Amy Leger presents Traveling the Gluten-Free Way posted at The Savvy Celiac, saying, "Living a gluten-free lifestyle may make you shy away from going on vacation. But now you have no excuses! With the help of a new website catering to the gluten-free traveller, you can make good decisions to create the best gluten-free vacation possible. See where some of the best locations for you are right now!"
Amy Leger presents Celiac-Friendly Work Lunches & Events posted at The Savvy Celiac, saying, "Is there such a thing as a celiac-friendly work event? Earlier this month I posted a blog about navigating work lunches, parties and happy hours with the gluten-free diet. I asked readers to chime in on what they do. I was genuinely surprised at most of the answers, and what I may have learned about myself." What a great topic--since my child is the one with a food allergy, I tend to forget that one day he'll be dealing with it in the workplace.
Amy Leger presents My Favorite Food Now Contains Gluten posted at The Savvy Celiac, saying, "I don’t understand why manufacturers suddenly add gluten-containing ingredients to a perfectly good product. It just happened to me. A product I’ve been using for years suddenly has wheat it in. Why does this happen? I have a theory…."
Alisa presents The 2008/09 Go Dairy Free 'No Dairy' Product Lists are Now Available! posted at Go Dairy Free, saying, "Who can't use a little special diet grocery shopping help?" Seriously!
That concludes this edition! We'd love for you to participate in our next edition, scheduled for two weeks from tomorrow. Submit your blog article to the next edition of the Living with Food Allergies Carnival using our carnival submission form.
And if you're interested in hosting, please let me know! It's a great way to get to know other food allergy bloggers as well as get more visitors to your blog.
Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.
HAVE A WONDERFUL AND SAFE THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY!