Alisa Fleming ~ When I first saw Allergic Living’s 2012 Summer Food Allergy Quiz I was sure that I would ace it. After all, I keep up on the latest studies, and even wrote a book for living without milk! But I have to admit, they nearly stumped me on one or two. This is an informative little quiz that takes just a minute or two, so go have fun and take the quiz!
As added incentive, two quiz takers will win a copy of my book, Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living. I know many of you already have my book, but three people will also win a free one-year subscription to Allergic Living magazine (for yourself or to give to a friend).
I love that magazine. Okay, I’m a little biased, since I have a dairy-free column in the magazine. But I promise that it won’t disappoint.
For the summer issue, I made these fabulous Fruit ‘n Cream Pops. They are of course dairy-free, but also vegan, gluten-free, and free of the top eight allergens!
And wait until you see the fall issue. They’ve expanded my column to include two original dessert recipes from my kitchen. Let’s just say that my neighbors loved being taste-testers and are already asking when I’ll be recipe testing for the winter issue!
But back to the summer 2012 issue of Allergic Living. It includes some great articles:
Flying Into Stormy Skies: How the inconsistent food allergy practices of some airlines are driving some allergic customers nuts. What can be done?
Super Safe Recipes: From sesame-free hummus to warm quinoa spaghetti (with capers and arugula) and orange polenta cake, it’s an allergy-friendly twist on the healthy Mediterranean Diet.
Celiac Disease & Your Love Life: It’s time to talk about the fact that celiac can have a big impact on your libido.
Food Allergy Experts: The allergists take questions on teens and kissing, the safety of goat’s milk, and if it’s true or false that reactions get progressively worse.
What My Kids Taught Me as an Allergist: When Sarah Boudreau-Romano’s own child was diagnosed with food allergies, her world turned upside down.
Allergy-friendly Products: The editors pick beach totes for safe foods, sunscreens, snacks for your road trip and more!
For more great info, visit AllergicLiving.com.
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