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This easy-to-use eBook facilitates eating experiences for those managing common food allergens such as corn, dairy, eggs, fish, gluten, peanuts, shellfish, soy, tree nuts and wheat. Each menu item choice also identifies common ingredients, hidden allergens, cross-contamination considerations and food preparation techniques used by chefs across the globe. For quick reference, the menu items are categorized by: starters, soups, salads, meat dishes, chicken dishes, seafood dishes, sides and desserts. To ensure accuracy, rigorous quality assurance testing was conducted with chefs, restaurants and culinary schools worldwide to enable effective communication with Steak and Seafood restaurant personnel.
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Corn is an awful crop environmentally, in its expense to the taxpayer, and overall economic impact. Take away the subsidies and it is incredibly expensive to grow in its current form. The politics around the Farm Bill is part and parcel of the problems the food allergic - especially the corn allergic - have to deal with. My son, age 4. I thought his wheat allergy was going to be the hardest to adjust to, but I was wrong. It's the corn allergy. Nearly every gluten-free or wheat-free product I look at has corn in it.
The ones free of corn have potato in it, which he is also allergic to. My younger son's birthday is tomorrow, and my older son won't be able to have the cake, so I thought I'd bake him some cookies, with frosting. The frosting's his favorite part, anyway. Except wait! There is cornstarch in powdered sugar. There are two ways to get around it.
I chose 2. It's rather gritty, but he's 4, so I'm hoping with some green food coloring, he will just be happy to have it, and won't notice. My 4 year old considers hot dog a staple. And, adding in the fact that he has many food allergies, but none to any meat, that's fine with us.
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Except, every hot dog has corn syrup of some sort in it. I found that Hebrew National does not, so I was giving him then. But his tummy still hurt, and I was afraid he was reacting to the soy in the Hebrew National hot dogs. So for one day, I switched him back to hot dogs with corn syrup in them but not the dreaded, evil, High Fructose Corn Syrup.
He had maybe 4 hot dogs that day with corn syrup in them. The poor kid had severe bathroom issues and needed me to help him. And all because he ate hot dogs with corn syrup. My poor son, his tummy hurts all the time.