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Allergen-Friendly Cookie Recipes for Your Holiday Baking!

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No need for those with certain food allergies to miss out on all of the holiday cookie-baking fun! You never know - Santa may have a food allergy, too! Try our allergen-friendly alternatives to these classic cookies. Here’s a little spin on the popular peanut butter cookie, using sunflower seed butter instead of peanut butter. Sunflower Seed Butter Cookies Yields: 4 dozen Ingredients: 2 cups sunflower seed butter 2 cups granulated sugar 2 eggs 3 teaspoons sea salt Preparation: Preheat oven...


A Creative, Compassionate Approach to Food Allergies

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The Gluten-Free Zone at Notre Dame of Maryland University It’s Food Allergy Awareness Week. Roughly 15 million Americans have food allergies, and at SAGE, we know the significance of these numbers firsthand. Just last year, we conducted a study of food allergies across our venues, and our leadership presented on accommodating for food allergies as disabilities at the National Business Officers Association (NBOA) conference. We go the extra mile to keep our food-allergic customers safe at every venue by: -...


Living With Celiac

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Breakfast may be the most important meal of the day, but for those of us who can't eat gluten, it can also be a huge hassle. Conventional breakfast foods like toast, bagels, donuts, pancakes, waffles, cereal, and most oatmeals are all off limits. Gluten-free baked goods have improved by leaps and bounds over the last decade, spurred on by increasing interest in the diet. Taste-wise, however, they still haven't caught up. These products tend to be dry, chalky, or tasteless...


At Home With Celiac

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It's not an easy diagnosis. What you think may be a gluten allergy may not be an allergy at all, but rather Celiac disease. So what is Celiac disease? It is an autoimmune digestive disease that damages the villi of the small intestine, causing the body to attack itself every time a person with Celiac consumes gluten. This is why it is often misdiagnosed as a gluten allergy. A Celiac diagnosis doesn't necessarily have to mean giving up the foods...


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