Thursday, August 7, 2008

Living with Food Allergies Carnival

Now that the technical difficulties have been resolved, welcome to the August 7, 2008 edition of living with food allergies carnival.
I am so excited to be hosting my very first Carnival. It looks like we've got some great submisions this week:

Fiona Lohrenz presents Going Organic…Why We Should! posted at Child Care Only

Lane Wright presents 57 Health Benefits of Going Vegan | Vegan Bits posted at Vegan Bits. Definitely something to think about.

Daryl Laws discusses potential benefits of changing your meat source in Bison Lower in Fat, Good for Those with Allergies. posted at Daryl Laws.

Jennifer O'Quigley has a great looking recipe and very cool info about colas in the Comments From the Peanut Free Gallery: coca cola cake article. I'm gonna have to try some of those out! Posted at Comments From the Peanut Free Gallery, saying, "A recipe for an egg free, nut free vegan cake, and more then you ever wanted to know about Coca Cola"

Alisa presents Chill Out with a Cool and Creamy Bananaloupe Smoothie posted at href="">Go Dairy Free. That smoothie looks delicious! It's been so hot here these days I'll have to go an make one!

Alisa presents How to Make Whoopie Pies � of the Vegan Variety posted at Go Dairy Free.

Living with Allergies
Ria Sharon has a very interesting article about how Food Allergy Statistics Can be Confusing posted at Check My Tag Community. I'll be sure to read it in detail. That's one thing I've always found fery frustrating, trying to figure out exactly what all of the stats mean.

Jennifer B presents a very important issue, one that I wish something was done about. Is It Time for Standardized Definitions for Allergen-Free Food Claims? posted at Food Allergy Buzz, saying, "Also, don't forget to enter our "free-from" foods survey for a chance to win a set of Beyond A Peanut Flashcards!"

Jennifer O'Quigley presents The Peanut Avenger posted at Comments From the Peanut Free Gallery, saying, "My idea of what it would be like to have a peanut allergy super hero." Where is mine when I need it!

Sue presents Birthday Party - Part 1 posted at Living My Dream, saying, "I just had my daughter's birthday party. She is allergic to dairy and there were kids with allergies to peanuts, tree nuts, eggs and strawberries. I was able to accomodate all of the allergens. This post has my menu and recipes."

She's one super mama! That takes dedication. It sounds like she's thought of everything.

Alisa presents The Go Dairy Free e-Newsletter Returns with an �Ice Cream� Cookbook Giveaway posted at Go Dairy Free.

And last, but definitely not least, please give a warm welcome to our newest member,Alison, who presents SF Food Allergy Walk? or Donate! 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, saying, "This is my first time doing the blog carnival... Thanks!"

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of living with food allergies carnival using our carnival submission form.

Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page

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allergicmom said...

Hi Mamique! It looks like your HTML links are broken ... :-(

Mamique said...

So sorry you guys! Looks like I'm experiencing some TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES (read: Me HTML not so good!)

I'll try fixing it now (but had to get to work first)

Jennifer B said...

Thanks for hosting, Mamique! I am enjoying visiting your blog and reading some older posts here.

I think the last few links on the carnival are still not working right. My html knowledge is ZERO so don't feel bad!

Mamique said...

OK, I think everything works now. Sorry for the earlier problems, but it's only 9:30 am here on the West Coast. I guess now I should go do the work I'm getting paid for ;-)

Rational Jenn said...

The carnival looks great! Thanks so much for hosting!

Allergy Mom said...

Sorry you had technical difficulties, but it looks great now! Libby