Search For Tag: milk allergy
11/5/13 3:17 PM
Hidden Names That Contain Milk Kids With Food Allergies, a division of the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, has updated its free PDF guides on how to read a label for milk allergy. Foods covered by the FDA labeling laws that contain...
11/6/13 12:01 AM
Thanks! Such a helpful resource!
7/10/13 6:13 PM
Oral immunotherapy is currently being researched as a possible treatment for food allergy. The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology is reporting mixed results from two studies of milk immunotherapy. "After several years, only 31%...
4/4/14 7:50 AM
Blog Entry by Lynda
Koru Pacific Packaging Announces a Voluntary Recall for One Lot # AH!LASKA® Organic Cocoa Non-Dairy Chocolate Mix, 12 oz. Canister Due to Possible Milk Allergen Contact: Consumer: (209) 832-1704 20SAFETY@FDA.HHS.GOV...
8/22/13 12:24 PM
Comment by 2withallergies
I have a 12 yo dd with milk allergy. I have been reading the many studies and articles on baked milk and milk oral immunotherapy. I am wondering if there are any here that have tried this and what was the outcome. The above article...
8/22/13 12:30 PM
Baked milk is a frequent topic on the KFA forums. We have a lot of members with milk allergic children that are successfully eating baked milk. Here is the latest thread: http://community.kidswithfooda...78#18184364604051478...
11/12/13 4:02 PM
Milk-Free, Soy-Free Creamy Mashed Potatoes adapted from a recipe by Kristin Johnston Mashed potatoes are a staple item on American Thanksgiving menus and we have an allergy-friendly recipe that avoids milk and soy (common food allergens). ...
11/12/13 6:41 PM
Allergy-Friendly Vegan Cream of Mushroom Soup by Melanie Carver Many casserole recipes call for cream of mushroom soup, but the canned versions available at the store are filled with milk, soy and wheat (not to mention fat and salt). This recipe...
11/21/13 6:58 PM
Comment by Jen
Glad you liked it Jill. How old is your son?
11/21/13 8:00 PM
Comment by Jill V.
My son just turned 2 and was diagnosed at 18 months. I also have a 4yr old daughter that is dairy free. She can tolerate baked dairy pretty well, but we eliminate all other major dairy sources. Both of my children have also had severe GERD since...
11/21/13 8:07 PM
Oooh, now I wanna try green bean casserole! Glad it was a hit for your family Jill.
11/24/13 1:57 PM
Comment by melkorey
Jill, I'm so happy you enjoyed the recipe! It's great to hear feedback like that. --Melanie
11/21/13 6:53 PM
Comment by Jill V.
My son has celiac disease and have been looking for something to substitute for the cream soups that are in so many traditional recipes. I made this tonight to try it on green bean casserole minus the French onions and it was amazing. Way better than...
11/12/13 7:05 PM
Yum! Can this be used to make other "cream of" soups too?? I know I can't find cream of celery soup that is called for in some old family recipes I have.
11/19/13 10:39 AM
Comment by KKandAJ
Thank you so much for this! I have been wanting a "cream of" recipe for the longest time. Can I use regular all purpose flour with this recipe?
11/14/13 12:55 PM
Comment by melkorey
Hi Kathy, Yes, I would assume this would do nicely with celery instead of mushroom. I've not made it myself (I'm just now convincing myself that it's okay to eat celery twice a year ). I would suggest replacing the 1 cup of mushrooms...
11/19/13 8:20 PM
Stacey -- You should be able to use regular flour. I have used a similar recipe for years and I always use regular wheat flour.
11/15/13 12:16 AM
Oooh, on biscuits! I can see this being very adaptable!
7/4/14 12:11 AM
To do cream of chicken, I normally saute onion and celery minced in the oil. Add the flour and blend that all up. Then instead of milk substitute, I use chicken stock. I generally use a rice flour blend - there is one called Kathy P's brown rice flour...
7/4/14 12:03 AM
Comment by camenae
I don't really know how to cook (thanks, food allergies, for making me learn!). How would I turn this into cream of chicken? Also, what kind of flour could I use if not using this recipe right away? (so it won't thicken so much)
4/16/12 2:21 PM
New Food Find for Milk and Soy Allergy: Daiya has created three new "cheese substitutes" that are sold in block form, so you can slice, cube or grate them. The available flavors are Cheddar, Jack and Jalapeno Garlic Havarti. Daiya wedges...
5/7/12 4:45 PM
We recently found the "cheddar" and "jack" daiya wedges at our local Whole Foods and got some for our dairy-allergic child to try. He LOVED them and was super excited to be able to have "cheese".
4/17/12 6:34 PM
Comment by TC
These sound great - the Jalapeño Garlic sounds perfect for taco's! Thank you for letting us know about them.
4/18/12 2:45 PM
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9/11/12 2:49 PM
Comment by bluebunch
I am new to viewing this site, but this might be an answer to prayer! My three year old is now realizing she does not get the foods her sister and brother receive and this will be great if I can make her a pizza or tortilla with "cheese"....
9/28/12 8:33 AM
Comment by tricia fix
I am new to this sight and have a question. My Daughter was diagnosed with a deadly peanut allergy. Infact I almost lost her last year and had to rush her to the Hospital when My nanny gave her peanut butter without my consent. Today My Daughter ate...
9/28/12 8:38 AM
Comment by Lynda
Hi Tricia, Welcome. I can see why you are so concerned. My first thought is to call the company and inquire about their product and manufacturing practices. It could be that the product was made on equipment shared with other products containing...
2/27/13 5:01 PM
Comment by Adrianp
Does this taste better than your rice cheese? My 2 year old wouldn't eat that. This cheese uses coconut milk, correct?!
2/28/13 8:36 AM
Hi Adrianp! Welcome to KFA! The Daiya cheeses do contain coconut. You can view the ingredients here: http://www.daiyafoods.com/our-products/cheddar-wedge These may not be a choice for your child if you are avoiding...
4/26/12 5:12 PM
Comment by melodiadedios
We found shredded Diaya in chedder and LOVE it! It's not as good if it's not melted, but it tasted great on pizza and macaroni and cheese! I teared up when my three year old had his first taste of macaroni and "cheese". It melts great.
5/9/12 3:07 PM
Tried melting daiya wedge vegan "cheeses" - I put thin slices on bread then toasted in a toaster oven. Looks like it melts well. Views and reviews expressed by volunteers reflect their personal opinions and not necessarily the views or opinions...
4/30/12 11:35 PM
Comment by Amber B.
We have used the shredded cheddar and mozarella varieties in a number of recipes, and we love it. Melts great, smells like dairy cheeses, the melted texture is similar to milk-based cheeses, The Jalapeno variety was way too spicy for my...
4/22/14 9:00 PM - 10:00 PM
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3/3/14 11:20 AM
Pairing Oral Immunotherapy with Biological Medication for Allergic Asthma Reduces Dosing-Related Side Effects and Time Needed to Reach Maintenance Dose SAN DIEGO, CA – Omalizumab is an immunomodulator medication, which means it acts...
3/5/13 3:32 PM
Robert Wood, MD, of Johns Hopkins University, presented research at the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology (AAAAI) meeting last week that warns of the effects of oral milk allergy immunotherapy. "Among children who underwent oral...
7/16/14 11:01 AM
Earth Balance has created two new options for people who need to eat a milk-free diet. Vegan Cheddar Squares are milk-free, egg-free, vegan, non-GMO cheesy cheddar crackers. CONTAINS WHEAT. Their new Vegan Cheddar (and White...
7/17/14 6:45 PM
Comment by yellow_daisy
They are both great! My son enjoyed the Mac n Cheese for dinner last night, first time he's ever liked a dairy free mac n cheese. I tasted it, it was fantastic. Today for lunch he asked to have sunbutter on the crackers and devoured...
7/14/14 4:00 PM
Comment by Kids With Food Allergies
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6/26/14 8:00 AM
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. (June 26, 2014) - It's tough being the parent of a child with food allergies. Constant vigilance is needed for everything your child eats, when a single food item containing a hidden ingredient can be fatal. Although worry is a...
7/16/14 12:29 PM
Great news! Off to see if I can find these locally ...