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May 272010

Foods I can never have ever again.

(Raw): cherry, nectarine, celery, carrots, banana, apple, tomato, potato, orange, grapefruit, pineapple

(Cooked): soybean (any Soy), apple, clam, oyster, lobster, shrimp, mixed fish, crab, peanuts, almonds (All nuts), mustard, carrot, potato.

Items in bold are new. Might even be more, these are just the touch them again and u could die list.

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  2 Responses to “My Food Allergies Growing”

  1. As someone with late-onset food sensitivities (soy, gluten, dairy, nightshade veggies in large amounts), I can feel your pain. I read your post about the difficulties of finding anything without soy. I recently discovered they’re shoving it, as well as disgusting sucralose, in most gums these days. I wanted to pass on some ideas about homemade mayo, which does not need mustard at all. I loathe mustard, so I avoid it all costs. I use a self-modified recipe I found in an old vegetarian cookbook. Break an egg into your food processor (use the blade), then add salt and pepper to taste. Add a tablespoon of fresh lemon juice. Adding the zest of one lemon also livens the flavor. Measure one cup of oil (1/2 c. regular olive oil and 1/2 cup grapeseed, sunflower or some other mild oil works the best). Process the original ingredients. With the processor still running, slowly add the oil through the food tube. Near the end of that addition, the sound should change, which means you have achieved emulsion. Turn off the processor, then check to make sure you have mayo. Absolutely no mustard is necessary. Some people also add a tablespoon of mild vinegar, but I found that made the flavor too tart/intense. The lemon alone offers a cleaner, brighter taste. Feel free to experiment. I sometimes add some curry or other herb after the fact. Use your imagination. Good luck in the ongoing search for foods you can still enjoy.

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