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Is there really an occasion that wouldn’t call for pie? That’s our feeling at The Little Aussie Bakery & Cafe, where we make pies of the sweet and savory variety. Pies for lunch! Pies for picnics! This is also a great crust to use for quiche. They can be frozen for future use! [...]
In this hilarious “New Rules” segment Bill Maher takes on GMOs and the food supply.
This is a must watch video for anyone who cares about our food supply. Or who’s concerned about why we’re eating horse meat. Or why our fish supply is riddled with mercury and other chemicals. Or who just appreciates a [...]
The day of the first reaction, we gave our son half of a peanut from the bag we received earlier that week. (We didn’t know he was allergic at that time.) Almost immediately, he started to act and look strange. Within seconds, his lips swelled up and started to turn blue. Then the vomiting began.
This is a guest post from Megan Cannon, a guest author who shares her experience prepping a variety of allergy-free friendly foods.
Throughout the course of the holiday season – which, somehow, only now feels like it’s winding down completely – my family participates in (or sometimes hosts) several large group dinners. These dinners, [...]
Welcome to the Organic Foods Insider!
Working in the natural foods world, I have come to discover that the word “natural” is devoid of any meaning. Kashi is considered a natural cereal, Clif Bars are considered natural energy bars, and agave nectar is considered a natural syrup. All of these products are highly processed, with [...]
Here’s hoping you saved yourself some cash at the grocery store after reading yesterday’s post. Today I’ll give you more cost-cutting advice including my secret on how to save money AND get your kids eating more veggies. I will also share with you some of my tips on savvy label-reading so you won’t get gypped. [...]
Austin is the live music capital of the world, but it’s also home to some of the best cuisine in the country. Whether you’re craving finger-licking, melt off the bone Barbecue, Interior Mexican Cuisine, Tex Mex, Vietnamese or fresh Farm-to-table fare, Austin has plenty to choose from.
Since we are meeting here at Inspired Eats, I can only assume that you are a savvy consumer of high-quality ingredients. Of course, I love that about you! I often spend at least some of my time with clients trying to convince them of the benefits of a cleaner diet anchored by protein, fiber and [...]
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Get “Schooled” on Food Allergies with PTO Mom – “504 Plans”
This morning while getting ready for our day, the Today Show was on in the background like it often is. And while most of what they talk about is fluff, occasionally there’s something that makes me kick up the volume a little bit. Like it did today.
While we were finishing breakfast, and packing up [...]
Get “Schooled” on Food Allergies with PTO Mom.
Suggestion from a reader: Dealing with schools that are not so willing to accommodate. ~Since I recently went through some “drama” with my son’s school, I thought this would be perfect for me to discuss.
Unfortunately, sometimes you come across schools are that hesitant on providing accommodations [...]
Austin is the live music capital of the world, but it’s also home to some of the best cuisine in the country. Whether you’re craving finger-licking, melt off the bone Barbecue, Interior Mexican Cuisine, Tex Mex, Vietnamese or fresh Farm-to-table fare, Austin has plenty to choose from. We’ve got food carts popping up in the [...]
This is a guest post from Rebecca Evans, who shares her own perspectives of living with food allergies. She hopes to help you better understand this journey you or your loved ones are on, and help and inspire you along the way.
Living with food allergies is a unique challenge that affects not only the [...]
Welcome to the NEW food allergy advice column, Get “Schooled” on Food Allergies with PTO Mom.
Thank you all for all of your “food allergies in school” questions!
Normally, I would be posting several “Q & A’s” however, since I received several “personal” questions on the topic of entering kindergarten, so I decided to answer them [...]
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