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Re: Special kind of superhero

K8sMom2002 ·
I can definitely see that superhero strength shining through -- and that smile is a mile wide! When you share your story with others, what things surprise people? On our community, we're sharing what we wish people understood about food allergies and asthma , and I'm loving everything I learn from other parents like you!
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Re: Out and about -- food allergies don't stop us!

K8sMom2002 ·
How wonderfully cute! Love the shades! What food allergies do you guys manage? Do you pack all shelf-stable foods, or do you pack a cooler?
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Re: Out and about -- food allergies don't stop us!

kfk4s2b ·
We magnate allergies to milk, egg, peanut, and tomato. 90% of the time we just pack shelf stable products but when we know we are going to be out and about during a meal time we pack something in a thermos that is preheated, like chicken nuggets. We do pack everything in a cooler as well so if we happen so need to throw an ice pack in we don’t have to switch bags.
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Re: Out and about -- food allergies don't stop us!

K8sMom2002 ·
Cool idea on the thermos for keeping chicken nuggets warm -- do they stay crisp? I've tried other meats in a thermos, but nothing breaded because I was afraid that the crust would get soggy.
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Re: Out and about -- food allergies don't stop us!

kfk4s2b ·
They do not stay crisp they get soggy
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Re: Out and about -- food allergies don't stop us!

K8sMom2002 ·
I'll bet they're still delicious! I'm wondering if you could try putting them in a zip top bag or vacuum sealed bag, and then dropping them and a safe slice of bread in the thermos -- the bread might absorb the moisture from condensation and the zip top bag might help keep the tenders a tad drier. You could post a question on KFA's Food and Cooking Forum , and I'll bet there may be folks there who might have a solution. I'd love to hear more ideas about using a thermos to take different...
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Re: Baking can be fun!

Momofthree ·
They did a great job! Thanks for sharing! What other things do they like to bake? Join us on the forums and comment on, " What do people say when you tell them your family manages food allergies? "
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Re: Food allergy warrior princess. Disney Dream!

K8sMom2002 ·
What a cutie! We'd love to hear more about your experience on a cruise ship! Why not start a new topic and share any tips you might have?
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Re: Food allergy warrior princess. Disney Dream!

Neema ·
Definitely, started writing about our cruise experience, I will publish it soon. Thanks
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Re: Writing to Help Kids not Fear their Food Allergies

K8sMom2002 ·
Very cool! I love his proactive and positive response! How did he get the idea to write a book? We've got a discussion going about " What do people say when you tell them your family manages food allergies? " on the forums. What tips would you share that have worked for your family?
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Re: Writing to Help Kids not Fear their Food Allergies

Food Allergy Kid's Mom ·
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Re: Food allergy warrior princess. Disney Dream!

Theresa L ·
Thank you for sharing your princess' joy of being able to safely experience all the wonder, including eats at Disney! It must have been an incredible set of memories. If you ate anywhere in the park(s), please share whatever you can about how your family approached. We are hoping to snap a few prince pics during a disney dream in Feb. at Walt Disney World. I was hoping to find a few folks who've recently had a Disney post; thus, thanks for starting a 2019 on set of dreaming for any Kings,...
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Re: Budding Ballerina

Momofthree ·
She's adorable! Thanks for sharing!
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Budding Ballerina

Neema ·
Budding Ballerina
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Special kind of superhero

mpayton09 ·
Special kind of superhero
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Baking can be fun!

hls810 ·
Baking can be fun!
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