slightly OT, but have you thought about NAET therapy for the food allergies? I'm looking into it for my dd, who as of now reacts to dairy, soy, wheat/gluten, squash, eggplant, mushrooms, pears, cauliflower, turmeric and probably some other things we haven't figured out yet. I have never heard of any other person besides my dd who has reacted to things like cauliflower. As soon as it touched her face when she was eating it she got hives all over her face, her chest and the arm she was holding onto it with. Just weird! I've heard that NAET is wonderful for food reactions like that. I think it may be a IgG allergic reaction rather than the typical IgE (thats the kind that can result in anaphalyctic shock, etc). I could be wrong on that, but I think that is what is going on. Although don't quote me on that, since there is a whole arguement about types of allergic reactions in the allergies forum LOL!
Anyway, I just wanted to say I feel your pain! I feel like the list of what things we *can* eat is tiny compared to what we can't
I am trying so hard to stick with a gluten free NT diet but it is HARD. We end up eating alot of meat with potatoes/rice/millet and safe veggies, or salad. BBQing some of the pastured meat we buy, making a quick salad, and then sauteing some greens in EVCO has become a regular summer thing for us now too. Thats what we do on the lazier days. Sometimes it seems impossible to find something that is NT friendly, something dd CAN eat, something dh is WILLING to eat and doesn't break the bank *sigh* Maybe try making a list of things that do work for your family's needs, then find a way to do some prep work ahead of time? I have the hardest time when I am tired, we are all hungry and I have nothing ready to go that works for all of us.