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u/jly3598 · 2 pointsr/FoodAllergies

It is so sweet of you to try do this for her!

With the coconut and nut allergy you’re going to have to make the ice cream. You’ll need a small ice cream maker. I have this one and it works well for small batches.

Cuisinart ICE-21 1.5 Quart Frozen Yogurt-Ice Cream Maker (White)

You can make it out of any safe milk. Ripple milk is good, it’s made out of peas and it’s the closest to dairy milk. Just find instructions and substitute the safe milk for dairy milk.

It will probably take a few batches until you figure out one that tastes good.

After that, the candy shell. The recipes I have seen are all chocolate + coconut oil. You could try to substitute crisco, the organic vegan products like crisco, or even lard. Enjoy life makes allergy friendly dark chocolate chips you could use. I don’t know if any of these would work but you can try! If they don’t work you can always just have ice cream with chocolate sauce or chunks.

If you want a great book on allergy cooking check out this one.

The Allergy-Free Pantry: Make Your Own Staples, Snacks, and More Without Wheat, Gluten, Dairy, Eggs, Soy or Nuts

Let us know how the ice cream (and hopefully Klondike bars) turns out!

u/not_salad · 2 pointsr/FoodAllergies

EPI-TEMP Epipen Insulated Case for Kids, Adults - Smart Carrying Pouch, Storage Bag, Powered by PureTemp Phase Change Material to Keep Epinephrine in Safe Temperature Range (Teal)

Would something like that work for you? Or an insulated running belt that you can hide under your clothes? Or you could look into auvi-q which is compact enough to fit in your pocket.

u/brokentruths · 1 pointr/FoodAllergies

I don't know much about Japanese cooking, but this is a soy free soy sauce, but does contain coconut which isn't technically a nut.

Also, I really like this site for desserts and snacks.

u/Ananiujitha · 2 pointsr/FoodAllergies

I'm thinking of trying this:

It contains some palm ingredients, but claims to be free from salicylates. It may help with some other sensitivities.

u/flantagenous · 4 pointsr/FoodAllergies

In addition to the safe candies already mentioned (skittles, sour patch kids, life saver gummies, starbursts), I gave out these mini gliders last year and the kids loved them.

u/infamous_elsewhere · 3 pointsr/FoodAllergies

Start with an actual allergy friendly cookbook and learn this together. Try a list of things you CAN eat and focus on the abundance of choices you have instead of what is lacking. The change in mindset is liberating. Here is one to start with. It is by a cook that married into a food allergy family. There are a lot of online recipes available now too. I start all my food searches with "allergy friendly recipe" then the item.

u/Anianna · 1 pointr/FoodAllergies

There are several varieties of keychain pill fobs on Amazon, too. I prefer the rounded style ones like these: but are good, too.

u/arizonabob · 2 pointsr/FoodAllergies

Are you allergic to mustard seed or vinegar? If it's the vinegar then you can probably make your own. As a replacement, have you tried horseradish?

There's a book called the Allergy-Free Pantry by Colette Marten that covers a lot of "making your own basics." My wife loves the book and if I could find our copy I'd check to see if mustard is included.

From the Amazon description:

... The Allergy-Free Pantry—with over 100 recipes free of gluten and the top eight allergens (milk, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, soy, wheat, fish, and shellfish), for:

  • Basic staples (flour blends, non-dairy milks, egg replacers, Sandwich Bread, Biscuits, Strawberry Jam, Sunflower Seed Butter)

  • Condiments and salad dressings (Flaxseed Mayonnaise, Ketchup, Ranch Dressing, Barbeque Sauce)

  • Breakfast (Pancakes, Honey Blueberry Granola, Apple Oatmeal Scones)

  • Crackers and cookies (Flax Crackers, Pita Chips, Chocolate Chip Cookies, Snickerdoodles)

  • Pasta, pizza, and freezer meals (Spinach Pasta, Cheesy Sauce, Shepherd’s Pie, Meatloaf)

  • Desserts (Brownie Bites, Chocolate Pudding, Raspberry Fruit Roll Ups, Caramel Sauce)
u/nbx909 · 2 pointsr/FoodAllergies

You might try making your own with zinc oxide. Though it seems like the most common carrying agents are nut oils.

After looking at commerical ones, it looks like this coppertone advertises as hypoallergenic: the only thing to be concerned about is the fragrance but you could do a skin test with it and see.

u/Worddroppings · 0 pointsr/FoodAllergies

I whole heartedly recommend this book or ANYTHING by this author. Lots of info about food allergies including elimination diets.


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u/shinelime · 1 pointr/FoodAllergies

I use this in my house and have noticed a difference. Might be worth checking out.

u/xiaoshin · 10 pointsr/FoodAllergies

May be too similar to a fanny pack, but maybe a FlipBelt or similar athletic storage belt? You kind of tuck things into them and depending on what you're wearing, might be able to hide under a shirt.

FlipBelt Level Terrain Waist Pouch, Medium, Black

u/ddunknjay · 1 pointr/FoodAllergies

Thanks for the advice! It's not pessimistic at all. I removed the mold by taken steps given to me by my old pool boy/landscaper. He gave me a list of products and procedures he uses to remove the mold on other houses for the cheap. I also did seal the section of the house the mold was coming from. I knew it was from a water leak just because the pattern of the black mold was dripping like a waterfall from a crack near the window.

I also knew there was a humidity problem because there was a tiny bit in my laundry room. While I was treating the black mold for about 2 weeks, I also installed a Winix 5500-2 air purifier and a Haier dehumidifier in a 180sqft space and they've been running autonomously ever since.

Also I can't do much about my landlord situation because my landlord is my dad and he's letting me live there for $600 a month (utilities not included) while I'm in college. In my area next to New York NY, that's ridiculously cheap and I don't have anywhere else I can go. I even told him about the black mold problem, but he told me he has no money to fix it. I thought about taking him to court, but he also would remove the auto-insurance from my car (which will cost me another 339). I'll probably end up evicted in the end, and living in my car again.