Your readers seem to be some very creative, frugal and inventive people
and I am really hoping they might be able to help me. I am having
trouble keeping my grocery budget under control, while also considering
my three year old's food allergies and introducing a variety of meals.
I have to completely avoid eggs, peanuts and tree nuts. But what is
more difficult is limiting wheat. My son can have wheat, dairy, soy,
corn, peas, bananas, and watermelon in moderation and on a revolving
schedule, but he's intolerant of the foods and too much puts his GI
system in turmoil.
If there are any moms out there who have figured
out how to incorporate allergy-free foods into a modest grocery bill,
I'd love to hear them! –Summer
Do you struggle with food allergies at your house? If so, have you found ways to keep your grocery budget under control while still following a stricter diet? I'd love to have you share any ideas or suggestions you have for Summer.
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