I’m one of those people who nags others to go to the doctor as soon as possible, but rarely go myself. It’s a bad habit that I really need to work on. It’s why it took me a long while to finally visit an allergist for a few persistent issues I’ve been dealing with. They ended up drawing some blood to see if I have any major food allergies.

The test results won’t be back for a bit, but this got me thinking about recipes and resources for people who do have to avoid certain kinds of foods. Here are some of the more excellent food blogs I came across during my research:

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An excellent selection of dairy and gluten-free recipes.

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An extremely thorough selection of recipes that are free from gluten, dairy, eggs, wheat, soy, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, AND shell fish.

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Delicious recipes from a mom dealing with eosinophilic esophagitis.

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Thoughtful recipes that focus on balancing flavor with dietary restrictions.

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Great recommendations and awesome recipes.

 

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Do you have any favorite allergen-free recipe blogs? Please share them in the comments!

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Cat loves to eat tasty homemade things, yet isn’t terribly fond of the process of making them. She prefers recipes that take shortcuts when possible – without compromising flavor. Her dog, Cheeto, likes stealing her creations from the dining room table.

She lives in the Bay Area and cites her diverse background as her biggest influence: her visual artist mom is half-Chinese, half-Greek, and from Hawai’i; her film-loving, world-music curating dad is from Montana; and she lived in both California and Montana while growing up. She loves at least a little bit about virtually everything (Pokémon Snap included) and aims to be a Jane of all trades. By day Cat is a multiple-hat-wearing media person.

She is also allergic to felines.
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