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Allergies to some foods???

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We recently purchased a "dairy" that produces plant based foods. At the moment, we just make plain tempeh, tofu, and soy yogurt. We are looking for ideas on flavors, textures, non soy bean substitutes or additions. Anything that you don't see out there already. Thanks!

travelerx2 Level 6 July 27, 2018
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Eggs and dairy? I'm not sure as organic doesn't seem to help and had the same allergies since the '70s.

girlwithsmiles Level 7 July 23, 2018
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There is a simple blood-antigen test that can be done to show if there are foods your body reacts negatively to. I had it done and I discovered that some things were creating problems. All dairy, oddly goat milk products are less of a problem then cows milk. Also, eggs (especially the whites), soy! and sesame/sunflower seeds. Gluten is also a problem (but the test did not show it). An endoscopy showed some ribbing in my esophagus and there was a note this was indicative of a food allergy. Our body often reacts and we don't sense it. I have a theory that we are reacting from an early age and things build up over time and then. bam, a reaction shows.

JackPedigo Level 8 July 16, 2018
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I am not allergic or sensitive to flour products, but I am very sensitive to wheat that was treated with Glyphosate, AKA Roundup. I had a second colonoscopy at 55 due to that crap. They now call it leaky gut. When I cut out all but organic flour products it went away.

HippieChick58 Level 9 July 16, 2018

Yes I have gluten problems too, did not used to many years ago but I have this past couple years. I do really well when I don't eat any gluten but as soon as I eat non-gluten I pay for it later.

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Probably.

ArdentAtheist Level 8 July 16, 2018
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I suspect it's what's been done to it that's the real culprit. I wonder how many people on a wholely natural diet would show allergies after a few months. Anyone know the answer to that?

mtnhome Level 7 July 16, 2018

I don't know the answer to that but eating organic foods has to be healthier for you.

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