Tuesday, January 1, 2008

Dairy Free Blogroll

***This blogroll has been moved to my recipe blog.
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Adventures in Womanhood and all that it entails...
Avoiding Milk Protein
Cooking for Mara
Give Peas a Chance
Gluten-Free Blog
Go Dairy Free
got no milk
Hampton Roads Food Allergy Connection
In the kitchen with KC
Jeena's Kitchen
Life by Nicole
Living Free!
Living with Food Allergies
Loving Gluten & Casein Free
Mama of Boys
Milk Allergy Companion
Milk Allergy Mom
Milk Doesn't Do the Body Good
Must Follow Recipes (MY RECIPE BLOG)
No Whey, Mama
Not Trying for a Boy
One Frugal Foodie
Pig In the Kitchen
Pleasant View Schoolhouse
Reprehriestless Warillever
Settings of Silver
The Real Food Experience
The Sauder Chronicles
Three Against Two
Through My Window
Tori's GFCF Blog
What I'm Eating these days...

If you would like to be added to my dairy-free blogroll... please let me know! I'm always looking for more!

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reprehriestless warillever said...

Thank you for these links. None of us have food allergies, but one of our children is lactose intolerant so we do avoid most dairy.

Karen said...

Avoiding Milk Protein



Janelle said...

I'm new to the blogging world, and found your blog. My youngest daughter is allergic to milk, egg & peanut. Thanks for your blog. I love it! If you want, you could add me to your dairy-free blogroll. http://sauderchronicles.blogspot.com

AllergyMom said...

My youngest son has multiple food allergies to milk, egg, peanut, tree nuts, and shellfish. Feel free to add my blog!


Angela (HsvScrapGirl) said...

Real Food Experience

My son has milk and peanut allergies. I don't have a whole lot on this blog, but feel free to add it if you want.


Catherine Alexander said...

I found your blog roll linked from Must Follow Recipes while searching for a dairy-free banana bread recipe (http://mustfollowrecipes.blogspot.com/2007/12/dairy-free-banana-bread.html).

I started a blog for allergen- and fasting-friendly foods for those who follow special diets, which I occasionally update. I'd be happy to belong to your blog rolls!


Nicole said...

Hi Becky- thanks for the comment on my blog. So weird about the "jeff husband" allergy link- unfortunately I cannot blame my hubby, he doesn't have allergies, it is my bad genes. I was browsing your blog and really appreciate the info- it good to have advice in this ordeal. Many people just dont understand the true milk allergy- they get it confused with lactose intolerance, which is certainly not the case with my daughter. We are talking full-blown hives and swelling if she is touched by another child with milk on their hands- I see you have the same problem. I will pray for your family to also outgrow these crazy allergies!

Anonymous said...

I should notify my friend about it.

short haircuts said...

My baby got milk allergic. It's devastating me and my wife