Pan-Seared Pineapple

I think everyone that has tried pineapple has experienced the sting of the fruit eating you back. Thanks to the fruit’s high acidity and bromelain, pineapple’s biting feeling means that it’s great flavor gets overlooked. Let’s get down to the truth of it: I was never (and will never be) a fan of pineapple onContinue reading “Pan-Seared Pineapple”

Avocado Tuna Salad

Canned tuna is an awesome, high-protein staple. I loved tuna fish sandwiches, and losing mayo to the egg allergy made tuna less fun to eat. So, I decided to combine tuna with a fatty-substance that I can have (avocado) and created this fun spread that’s great on rice cakes (and I’m sure will be greatContinue reading “Avocado Tuna Salad”

Mashed Cauliflower

I miss potatoes. A lot. The itchy mouth, hives, flushing, and rash my body experienced when it comes in contact with potatoes? Not so much. Early on in my allergy journey I was trying to figure out what recipes I could make, and I came across this Whole Foods recipe for mashed cauliflower. It isContinue reading “Mashed Cauliflower”

Pork Belly “Bacon”

When I was in the process of figuring out what was causing my reactions, my most confusing trigger was bacon. I ate it plain as a snack one afternoon & reacted, and felt like my body was just rebelling against the world. As it turns out, a lot of store-bought bacon has the generic labelContinue reading “Pork Belly “Bacon””