Tagged: Food Allergies
- January 13, 2018 at 10:50 pm #16274MindyParticipant
Does anyone have any experience prepping with food allergies? I have lots of ideas for mitigating what my daughter is going through in a SHTF scenario but I was wondering if there is any experience out there. I’m waiting on testing – technically, she doesn’t have “allergies” as she passed all those test with flying colors but that doesn’t stop the list of food that make her sick from growing.
My own plans of dealing with this is to use an aquaponics greenhouse to ensure she has “clean” food. I have all methods of food preservation but a freeze dryer which is beyond my budget at the moment so I just need food that I know is clean that can be set aside for the future. This also means when I add livestock, I will need to grow their food as well to ensure they eat clean and not contaminate my daughter’s meat supply. Are there any other suggestions?
MindyJanuary 17, 2018 at 12:22 am #16278MinarchistParticipant
If she or anybody else in your family have problems with lactose intolerance they can still eat cheese and yogurt.
If you have an older male that you are providing for you may want to get rid of any and all Teflon “non stick” cooking utensils. In use they will release small amounts of chemicals into the food which can aggravate prostate problems.
That’s about the sum total of my knowledge on this subject.January 18, 2018 at 6:40 pm #16281PreparedMotherKeymaster
I have nut allergies, but not severe. Growing all of your daughters food sounds like a full time job.March 3, 2018 at 3:10 pm #16477MindyParticipant
I have figured out one thing my kids can’t have. I’m looking at the Thrive meats and noticed the bacon from Yoder’s is okay but does anyone know if the other canned meats have Folic Acid? This is the offending thing that is causing my children to get full of mucus.
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