I recently heard some rumors that there was an allergy-friendly bakery opening near my work, but those were just whispers of hope, mere potential for broken dreams. I had looked into it and couldn’t find anything online until one day my inbox had an email featuring newly-opening establishments to try out. And there it was.… Continue reading No Label at the Table
I have been a vegetarian for about 8/9 years and also have multiple food allergies, and with this laundry-list of dietary restrictions there has always been a back-of-the-mind worry that I wasn’t meeting all of my nutritional requirements. I am reasonably careful about watching what I eat and making sure I’m getting the protein, vitamins, etc.… Continue reading Healthy Habits: Care/Of Vitamins
One of the questions I hear most after telling people about my food allergies is “How do you do that?!”, often followed by “So, what DO you eat??”. Let me tell you, living with food allergies is no walk in the park. Cravings for things you can’t have, spending hours trying to figure out restaurants… Continue reading How-To: Survive Food Allergies
As someone with a lot of allergies, finding those few key foods with lots of health benefits are important. In one of my previous posts, Avocado & Egg: My Superfoods I talked a little about avocado, mango, and egg. For this first true recipe post I wanted to feature another major source of protein, chickpeas (also called… Continue reading Mason Jar Chickpea Salad
Let’s talk about some food basics. Alright, for my first recipe-styled post, I wanted to talk a little about my personal superfoods. Avocado, egg, and mango seem to be my go-to foods whenever I am needing a boost whether it be protein, vitamins, or general calories. With a super restricted diet, I realized quickly… Continue reading Avocado & Egg: My Superfoods
As a first post, I wanted to introduce myself and talk a little about my goals for this blog. As a woman currently residing in the Midwest, I live a constant battle trying to find decent places to hike, restaurants that cater to my laundry list of food allergies, and ways to bring modern fashion/beauty to a city that is slowly beginning to thrive in it’s own ways.