Life Without Six

Life without the "Top 6 Allergens" can be difficult. T offers recipes, product and restaurant reviews as well as shopping guides to take some of the bite out of grabbing a bite on a restrictive diet.

T’s Story

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This blog is the work of T: a young lady coping with EoE and her 7 B’s (cats and a puppy). In 2012 T was diagnosed with EoE. Since then she has taken her talents, creativity and enthusiasm to life without the top 6 allergens (wheat, dairy, eggs, soy, seafood and nuts).  In June 2014 an addition diagnosis of EGE was finally confirmed.

What is left when you eliminate these basic building blocks from your cooking repertoire? What happens when you need to take a step further and remove various other individual allergens? Does life go on?

it does… and it can be DELICIOUS!

(Eliminated items include: The Top 6, Avocado, Broccoli, Celery, Eggplant, Green Beans, Melons, Oranges, Peas, Peppers, Squash, Strawberries and Tomatoes) 

Disclaimer: This blog follows T’s personal dietary requirements.  The products and recipes discussed on this site do not always follow the strictest adherence to allergen safety. (For instance, the use of products with trace amounts of allergens or potential cross-contamination.)  Please keep your own dietary needs in mind as you read on.

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4 comments on “T’s Story

  1. mommabear8
    December 1, 2013

    FABULOUS JOB!!!

  2. searchingforsunshine2009
    December 1, 2013

    Thank you mommabear8!

    —T

  3. Dar
    December 1, 2013

    Awwww, Love it “T” and “D”. Thanks for the intro Belle!

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