When I first had to switch to a gluten-free diet, I was afraid that having our traditional Caribbean Christmas was off the table for me.
Making your own broth and repurposing your holiday leftovers reduces waste in the environment and provides a more nutritious and hearty stock than what you buy in the grocery store.
With planning and a few tips and tricks, a delicious, gluten-free holiday meal is possible.
Of course, there are traditional foods for the holiday. But traditional foods served at Chanukah are equal opportunity and allergy friendly!
For food allergy kids, Halloween has always looked a bit different. Trick-or-treating with an allergy is a mixed bag.
Halloween treats often consist of common allergen ingredients such as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, milk, and eggs.