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dairy,egg,wheat,citrus,tomato free recipes anyone?

(8 Posts)
jenk1 Thu 04-Aug-05 17:40:10

dd cannot have any of the above and am coming unstuck with what to give her any ideas?

alison222 Thu 04-Aug-05 17:54:52

Casseroles,
rice/corn pasta from the health food shop. Sauces may be a bit tricky though - use rice/soya milk in place of dairy when cooking.

Can she have soya?
You can get soya cheese and one or two other dairy replacements if you look for the signs saying vegan.

you can get dairy free spreads from the supermarkets these days.

rice and corn cakes,
gluten free bread
fruit and soya yoghurt


Have you had a look in the health food shop and then gone back to the doctors, who will prescribe any special food you reqire if she has been formerly diagnosed with allergies.

What sort of things are you looking for?
How old is your DD?

Chandra Sat 06-Aug-05 22:41:23

This \link:{http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/0952945339/qid%3D1123364426/026-3634314-6285223\book} is fantastic.

Chandra Sat 06-Aug-05 22:42:43

sorry,

Food for All: A Gluten, Dairy, Egg and Nut-free Cookbook

jenk1 Sun 14-Aug-05 10:52:35

she cant have soya she,s allergic to that as well!
i get some food prescibed by the gp namely pasta,biscuits horrible cardboard bread just coming a bit unstuck for ideas-most of the allergy cookbooks ive bought have a lot of tomato based recipes in them which she cant have and ive exhausted the nutramigen recipe cards which she doesnt really like anyway

alicatsg Sun 14-Aug-05 11:39:53

be careful with the soya thing - it goes into a load of random stuff nowadays so you really need to read labels carefully (I'm allergic to it too). I found it listed as an ingredient in tea bags the other day (and sobbed, life without tea is not worth living). You can usually find alternatives. FWIW I always find health food shops the worst for gratuitous soya inclusion,.

what about couscous or is that a wheat? think its derived from semolina?

tatt Sun 14-Aug-05 11:51:36

try the website I posted here, you'll have to search a bit to exclude everything but its quite good on substitutes. Think couscous is wheat but buckwheat isn't Off to reseach polenta....

http://www.mumsnet.com/Talk?topicid=29&threadid=98836&stamp=050814102723

tribpot Sun 14-Aug-05 12:27:34

Cous cous is a no, buckwheat is okay. Polenta is also a no I think.

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