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
I love potatoes and always had them often, but they are definitely a daily staple since beginning The Eczema Diet. While I usually have them steamed or baked, it can be fun to add some variety. I wanted to try potato waffles since getting my waffle iron for Christmas, and the only thing I am wondering is why did I wait for so long? These
One of the recipes I made several times on The Eczema Diet is the sesame-free hummus. I make it with several types of beans and also like to bring it to parties and potlucks with celery sticks and crackers. Before going on a stricter salicylate-free version of the diet, I made this delicious dip with beet in it. Roasted beet and garlic give a lovely
Who says you can’t have cheese as a vegan? You can definitely have delicious cheese! I tried some of the regular processed vegan cheeses available in most grocery stores and I have to say I am not a fan of most. Although I do have phases (lazy phases) when I’ll buy some to make grilled-cheeses, the ingredients alone make it a no-go as a staple.
I got a beautiful red kuri squash in my organic food basket a couple weeks ago. I never had this squash before. I love all squashes and this one is definitely a keeper, with a deep orange flesh and slightly nutty flavour. I decided to make a creamy soup with my beautiful squash. I wanted to add some garam masala at first, but I finally opted for