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Dairy egg and soya

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soontobemrsmckeown Sun 19-Nov-17 20:29:08

Best place to buy food free from them all?

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EveryoneTalkAboutPopMusic Tue 21-Nov-17 20:33:15

Is it for yourself? What sorts of foods do you like?

Bubblysqueak Tue 21-Nov-17 20:33:55

Tesco have a good range.

soontobemrsmckeown Fri 24-Nov-17 22:47:18

It's for a 5 year old

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callmehannahbaker Fri 24-Nov-17 22:57:32

My sister's Ds is allergic to dairy and soya, I know she buys mostly from Tesco and Sainsbury's.

She also recommends this website:

http://www.foodsmatter.com/freefrom_recipes/index.html

Sorry I can't help more.

EveryoneTalkAboutPopMusic Sat 25-Nov-17 07:38:55

Would the 5 year old eat things like Spag Bol or fish pie?

RatRolyPoly Sun 07-Jan-18 19:12:55

DS 2 has been allergic to this trio too since weaning, but has since added wheat to his collection. We used to shop from Sainsbury's online, but they're selection wasn't great and they cost an arm and a leg. Moved over to Tesco online and there are far more reasonably priced options, so I would definitely recommend. Morrison's in store are really good too (they don't deliver in my area though).

Peachpie14 Sun 28-Jan-18 21:41:07

My 16 week old DD has CMPA and I have also worked out she reacts to soya. I'm breastfeeding so have had to cut dairy and soya out my diet. Asda do a sliced bread called Jacksons in a white, a brown and a seeded loaf, £1.45, no dairy or soya flour and only the brown contains barley smile HTH Sainsbury's and Tesco have much better ranges though IMO

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