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Old 10-17-2009, 02:43 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Hi all, I'm 9 weeks pregnant. I made a few freezer meals last pregnancy that helped after baby was born but this time I have to omit more allergens. I would like to find a quite a few (10+) recipes for all meals to help with after baby. We cannot have gluten and I am having dairy problems now during pregnancy-my babies also react to the dairy that gets into the breastmilk also last son reacted to eggs so would like to omit that too. And we don't do soy. But meats are fine along with fruits and veggies and others but mostly omiting gluten, dairy, egg, and soy. Trying to use recipe site but they don't elminate allergies very well. Thank you in advance for helping.

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Thank you.

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There is a cookbook called the whole foods allergen cookbook or something along those lines. We also have dairy issues here and I actully omitted it completly the entire pregnancy with my last one. I think the dairy may have helped my boys in having acid reflux.
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Also this thread.
The Allergy Self-Help Cookbook may also be helpful. I didn't find the Whole Foods Allergy Cookbook nearly as helpful for some reason.

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