How much food is the right amount to pack when you travel with food allergy? I share what I always pack, and how I plan what I will need. A bit of preparedness goes a long way.Read More
Recap of my food allergy travel in Mayan Riviera, Mexico, at all-inclusive hotels, luxury resorts, and in Playa del Carmen, with peanut, nut, dairy, soy, and legume allergies.Read More
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With photographs by Karrie Kwong
One of the best things about the online food allergy community is how incredibly supportive people can be. One of my online pals, Natalie, produced a film called Risk At First Bite, about living with food allergies. And after a long period of waiting the premier weekend is finally here! How could I miss it? I had to fly down from Toronto for the occasion. It's so rare to see food allergies in the spotlight in this capacity. And also a great excuse for my friend Karrie and I to get to sunny LA.
I never eat airplane food and always bring my own snacks with me as you know from my previous travel posts. This time I brought a banana, an orange, and a pack of MadeGood Apple Cinnamon Granola Mini's. I often tire of eating safe snacks that are full of empty calories when I travel, so I love that these have the nutrients from a full serving of vegetables in every bag. I also kept them with me for a sweet treat when we hit the beach, and for a nutritious snack when we went for an afternoon hike. Having safe snacks in my purse lets me relax, and when they're both healthy and delicious too, I'm one happy traveler!
All the places to eat and visit in Disney World, Orlando.Read More