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Kids in the Kitchen

Cooking with your child is a great family activity and a way to introduce them to food allergy management skills. As you bake, blend and beat ingredients, talk with your child about how to stay safe while preparing meals. Here are a few tips for how to get kids involved – visit FARE’s website for more! Before you begin, make your kitchen kid-friendly… Continue reading Kids in the Kitchen

Holidays

Is Nutmeg a Nut? And Other Holiday Cooking Questions

Holiday cooking and baking can be a hectic activity, as well as confusing! Here are some common questions about holiday ingredients and food allergies: Is nutmeg a nut? No! Although the word nutmeg contains the word “nut,” it is not related to peanuts or tree nuts. It is a dried seed, which is ground to… Continue reading Is Nutmeg a Nut? And Other Holiday Cooking Questions

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Top 5 Kitchen Dos and Don’ts for Food Allergy Safety

Today, FARE debuted new food safety resources in collaboration with Chef Joel Schaefer, including a recipe competition, two new YouTube cooking tutorials, and more! You can find these resources on the FARE website. Also released today is a “Creating a Food Allergy Safety Zone in Your Home” booklet, which includes this list of “Dos and Don’ts”… Continue reading Top 5 Kitchen Dos and Don’ts for Food Allergy Safety

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Recipe Rehab’s Chef Vikki Krinsky Talks to FARE About Cooking with Food Allergies

In this weekend’s special food allergy episode of the CBS morning show, “Recipe Rehab,” Chef Vikki Krinsky will attempt to make the Savant family’s carrot cake recipe healthier and safe for two children who have multiple food allergies. She’ll go head-to-head with another chef to see which made-over recipe is the family’s favorite. Check local listings… Continue reading Recipe Rehab’s Chef Vikki Krinsky Talks to FARE About Cooking with Food Allergies