On my birthday this year, a friend was kind enough to make me dinner despite the very limited number of foods I eat following a restricted version of The Eczema Diet. I was pleasantly surprised as she actually made me dishes that were different from my everyday go-tos, with an appetizer, entrée and dessert. For my appetizer, she made a coleslaw with pears that was
Well, today is my blogiversary! Apparently, it’s already been 7 years since I founded Sweet Salty Spicy. A lot has changed since then, first going from vegetarian to vegan, then following The Eczema Diet. It has been a bit over 1 1/2 years now on the diet, and last year’s blogiversary was the first I did not post for. At first, I completely stopped posting
Banana bread is an awesome baked good to make. It is easy, perfect if you have extra ripe bananas to use up, and it is a sweet treat that doesn’t need much sugar since the bananas are a great sweetener. Oats bring out the sweetness in recipes and also allow to use less sugar. Following The Eczema Diet doesn’t mean you can’t have banana bread!
I have been following The Eczema Diet for over a year now. Although I travelled by plane a couple times and stayed in hotel rooms, I never deviated from the diet during that time. I thought it might be useful to some if I shared how I do this. Note that you can totally go to restaurants and follow the diet as closely as possible
These pancakes are lightly adapted from the pancakes I made all the time even before following The Eczema Diet. I had them often a couple months ago, got out of the habit of making them, and just rediscovered them this week. They are so easy to make, they won’t take any more time to make than oatmeal! I loved to eat these pancakes with the banana