I am a food allergy mom and an expert on how to bake allergen-free. When my son was diagnosed with multiple food allergies, I had to re-invent how my family ate. Having first learned to bake in my grandmother’s kitchen with wheat, butter, milk, and eggs, I understand first-hand what it means to transform a kitchen to accommodate multiple food allergies.
In 2001 my son was diagnosed with eosinophilic esophagitis, triggered by allergies to wheat, milk, eggs, soy and peanuts. While this diagnosis ended a ten-year struggle to understand his illness, it was the beginning of learning how to eat allergy-free.
At Learning to Eat Allergy-Free I share research, recipes, products and tips on eating allergen-free and gluten-free.
My first book, Learning to Bake Allergen-Free: A Crash Course for Busy Parents on Baking without Wheat, Gluten, Dairy, Eggs, Soy or Nuts, was published in June 2012. Click here to find out more about the book.
My Work Elsewhere
I am a contributing blogger at Living Harvest.
I share my views about life in Corporate America, corporate culture, and working women's issues at When Fridays Were Fridays.
I am a contributing writer at Forbes.com.
My articles have appeared in Living Without Magazine.
Contact me here.