Last week I read a post from Caroline at grateful foodie on ways to make it easier for children with food allergies to distinguish which foods are safe for them and which aren’t. I didn’t have any children with food allergies. If I did, I think her suggestions would have definitely helped me as children are always raiding the shelves looking for snacks. One wrong choice, and an emergency could result.
I have some food allergies. So far my reaction is that I act drunk. Red food dye is one of the most common allergens. Unfortunately, I don’t know which red I’m sensitive to. I can have a Coke but not Pepsi, no cherries or cherry soda.
Recently I ate something at a restaurant that I reacted badly to, but have no idea what it was.
Have you considered getting tested for food allergies?