Thanks for stopping by! The Nester and several other great bloggers are hosting a link-up party for the month of October and I am so excited to participate!
I am looking forward to discovering some great new blogs, and meeting some new people over the next 31 days! Below I will be posting links to each post in my 31 Days series. If you’d like to subscribe to my posts, and have them arrive in your mailbox, there is a “subscribe via email” bar on the right-hand margin of my home-page. Thanks again for visiting!
Links for: 31 Days to Less Stress in Allergy-Free Eating posts are below!
Day One: Introduction to 31 Days to Less Stress in Allergy-Free eating
Day Two: Technology and Friends- My Life-Savers!
Day Three: Thoughts on Diet Transition and a New Recipe!
Day Four: To Be Frugal, Healthy, or Happy (a.k.a. Making Donuts, Buying Donuts, or Skipping the Donuts)
Day Five: Muffins and Mixes- recipes!
Day Six: More Transition Thoughts, plus What’s For Breakfast
Day Seven: More Breakfast: Banana Breakfast Cake (Recipe)
Day Eight: A Pause to Celebrate: My Birthday Food!
Day Nine: Back to Breakfast (granola and milk recipes)
Day Eleven: Corn Allergies and Baking Powder Recipe
Day Twelve: Why I Love Food Blogs, and Fall Food Links
Day Thirteen: My Crockpot and Sister in Law Save My Life, and a Beef Stew Recipe
Day Fifteen: Tricks and Treats
Day Sixteen: Time to Make the Donuts (and other yummy things)
Day Seventeen: Food on the Run
Day Eighteen: This Just In- I got a new cookbook
Day Twenty: My Favorite Kitchen Tools
Day Twenty-one: Eating Out- Restaurants
Day Twenty-Two: Thinking Outside the Box- when THEY say “the test came back negative”
Day Twenty-Three: Thinking Outside the Box cont..-Chocolate
Day Twenty-Four: Thinking Outside the Box- Candida
Day Twenty-Five: Dehydrating Snacks
Day Twenty-Six: Some favorite products I buy
Day Twenty-Seven: Keeping Food Fun
Day Twenty-Eight: On Cheating, Accidents, and Benedryl
Days Twenty-Nine and Thirty: Busy Means Basic
Day Thirty-One: Wrapping it up!
And here are our fabulous hosts!
Jen – 31 Days to Balancing Both Beauty and a Budget
Jessica – 31 Days of Memory Keeping
Melissa: – 31 Days: Inspired Holidays
Sandy – 31 Days of Warm Connections
Darcy: 31 Days of Photo Tips
Emily: 31 Days to Change the World
Emily: 31 Days of the Little Things
Nester – 31 Days of Charming Imperfection
9 Thoughts on “31 Days: Allergy-Free Eating”
I’m looking forward to your series. We went gluten and casein free for various reasons this year. So I know how it feels to tip toe around food. 🙂
Looking forward to reading your experiences. It will help me to relate to my patients.
I look forward to this series. My hubby has just recently been diagnosed with celiac. We have begun to suspect that our 9 year old might also have some food allergies & just pray that they are the same ones & not a new one!
My daughter and husband are dairy free as well- we get creative around here! 🙂
Thanks for stopping by- it’s going to be a fun 31 days! 🙂
Yes! It makes it so much easier if family members have the same food issues- it seems we overlap a good deal so far here! I hope this series helps you in your transition to gluten-free- it’s very overwhelming in the beginning, but after now being gluten (and corn and soy) free for 3 years, it feels very easy most days now! 😉
What a wonderful series! I am lactose intolerant and suspect I may have allergies to soy…life has been interesting since turning 40! I will be seeing what you have and following along with you! I am also doing the 31 days challenge, but on a completely different topic!
Organizing Made Fun
Hi Becky! Thanks for stopping by! I took a peek at your series and “simple” and “cheap” organization sounds right up my alley! 🙂
This is a perfect 31day blog for me! My daughter is 10 months old and we are currently working to feed her a soy-free, dairy-free, casein-free, and whey-free diet. It’s a lot for us to handle – especially since we live abroad! I would love less stress for all of us! I can’t wait to follow along!