Being a Fussy Foodie

Multiple Food Intolerance’s

It’s been a while since my last FussyFoodie post but I am still here; working on an improved version of the website, also I have lots of back dated food diaries and new recipes to share for all those with multiple food intolerance’s. I am off on holidays for two weeks but when I will get back I will update with my extra special vegan lemon cheesecake (dairy, egg and sugar free), raw chocolate truffles (dairy and sugar free) and my first attempts at raw ice cream (sugar, dairy and egg free too) – amazing what you can do with a bag of nuts and a food processor!

Yeast Free Pizza

Living with multiple food intolerance’scan be challenging at times but I have to say it can be fun too. When I sat down with Phil and Claire this weekend to watch the ever addictive X Factor with our cheeseless, yeast and gluten free pizza with a fantastic salad and then my version of chocolate raw ice cream I was in heaven.

Since discovering the key to my health was not how much or what I was eating but working out what my body didn’t like me eating I have never felt better. Checking labels, reading menus over and over again, checking ingredients with waiting stay, reminding friends and families of your eating challenges can be a pain. However once you get in the swing of things believe me eating in and out (e.g Saf Restaurant) with multiple food intolerance’scan be enjoyable and it can be a great journey discovery with all the new foods out there you can eat and recipes to try. My biggest tip for anyone new to food intolerance or struggling, is to focus on what you can eat and not what you can’t.

To Fussy Foodies happy in Saf Restaurant

Two Fussy Foodies happy in Saf Restaurant - Claire, Miranda.

For any advice with multiple food intolerance’s or if you are struggling with recipes or just don’t know where to start – Get in touch.

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    November 30, 2009 at 8:44 pm

    I have just returned from having a food intolerence test…….arrrrrrgh! I dont think there is anything left I can eat. I am feeling soooo deflated. I have a husband and 3 young kids, work full time when am I going to have time to make seperate meals!

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      December 1, 2009 at 8:54 am

      Hello Denise

      I would love to see if I can help, it’s really daunting when you find out you have food intolerances.

      Any information you can give me about what prompted the tests, what the test results were and also what tests did you had done?

      Look forward to hearing from you


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    Laura Melville
    January 17, 2010 at 12:55 pm

    Hello, I have just found out that I have multiple food intolerances. I am very dedicated to eleminating all the food that I cannot tolerate. However, I am finding it difficult to find recipes that cater for people who have many food intolerances and not just one or two. Can you recommend any websites? Thank you, Laura

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