Cooking ideas for someone allergic to wheat, soy, corn, chicken, beef, rice, gr. beans, potato and cocoa? True?

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Frage von Brooks: Cooking ideas for someone allergic to wheat, soy, corn, chicken, beef, rice, gr. beans, potato and cocoa? True?
My son was recently diagnosed with allergies to all listed above. Luckily he loves raw vegetables, but I really need some ideas for actual cooking other than turkey and overact. Any help would be wonderful!My son was recently diagnosed with allergies to all listed above. Luckily he loves raw vegetables, but I really need some ideas for actual cooking other than turkey and ham. Since he is allergic to wheat and soy, most vegetarian substitutes for meat are out because of the glutein. Any help would be wonderful!

Beste Antwort:

Answer by marty p
You try a variety of fish dish’s. Other than that the food allergies association may be able to help. Look them up. They did a nice presentation at our school to help understand food allergies.



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5 Responses to “Cooking ideas for someone allergic to wheat, soy, corn, chicken, beef, rice, gr. beans, potato and cocoa? True?”

  1. Jane says:

    oh, you poor thing!

    can he have seafood/fish? i would rotate those in.

    chicken but not turkey? how about cornish game hens?

    wheat/corn/rice/potatoes, i’m speechless as to what starches you could offer.

    check out carb free diets. and best of luck to you and him.

    oy!

  2. gabriel c says:

    first consult your doctor but here are my 2 cents.

    have you tried the vegeterian gluten substitutes, the taste and lok just like the real thing (chicken, meat, pork, lamb, etc)

    consult with a vegeterian. they know a lot about those types of food. you would be amazed of how these foods taste and look.

  3. calipam says:

    Green leafy veggies, fish or seafood, peanut butter, eggplant parmasan(sp?), white bean chili?? Help you any?

  4. Blue hills Granny says:

    Pork chops pork sausage Italian sausages Polish sausage, breakfast sausages (read labels to make sure there is nothing he is allergic to before you buy) We make all our own sausages and always use pork with no filler) bacon. turkey bacon, turkey cutlets turkey sausage ground turkey, fresh fish, tuna fish,salmon, shrimp, eggs, all kinds of cheeses , dairy products if he is allowed milk, cottage cheese sour cream & butter??? Type in food allergies association in your browser bar and check out the different websites some are by state but you do not have to live in the state to join or read the information Wisconsin and Minnesota have good ones You are not alone and you will connect with many Moms just like you and share ideas,problems,solutions and recipes! Check out the gluten free sites to. see what you can use for needed carbohydrates to fill in his meals along with all the veggies like tomatoes cabbage carrots celery broccoli etc and peaches apples pears oranges bananas….how about sweet potatoes? Can he have oats? Can he have peanut butter? Can he have brown rice? How about barley, quinoa ,millet as are also ground into flours ,can he have any of these? if so, barley can then be used to bulk up soups for him if he tolerates it and can be used in place of potatoes rice and noodles! I have friend wtih celiac disease and many allergies, she tells me alot of this is trial and error have to try and see what does and does not affect him Check this all out with his doctor first You also need to have a nice long discussion with a dietican who specializes in food allergies,maybe she will have some suggestions as to what he Can eat and clear up any mis -understandings there may be He does need much more than raw vegetables ,he needs balanced home cooked meals so he can grow up healthy with strong bones teeth and a good strong heart and get all he needs from a balanced diet

  5. Carolyn Reedy says:

    I LOVE this website!!

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