Prepping with food allergies can be difficult if it’s for yourself, and just plain confusing if you’re trying to plan/accommodate for someone else who may be staying with you. We’ll start with what the Big Eight are (the 8 major food allergies) and go from there.
The long and short of it? The safest option is to have individual ingredients available (ex: rice, plain chicken, unseasoned green beans, etc.) you can make meals with. Depending on your allergy or sensitivity, prepackaged soups, stews, entrees, etc. may or may not be safe – always read the ingredients on EVERYTHING before deciding to buy, even if you order online.
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Disclaimer: I am not a doctor or lawyer and comments made in this video should not be construed as medical or legal advice of any kind. Always use common sense and consult your physician or attorney.
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