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Tagged: Tree nut

Allergic to Chestnut – nut allergy or latex allergy?


Nut, gluten, wheat, dairy, soya free chocolate sponge

Should you eat chestnuts if you have a peanut or tree nut allergy? I’ve researched and written about this before and chestnuts aren’t really nuts in the true sense so could be alright for some people with nut allergies, but … Continue reading


The Perfect Retreat – freefrom cafe in Chesham, Bucks, UK


Wheat, gluten, soya, dairy and nut free cake! at the perfect retreat in Chesham, Bucks

The Perfect Retreat allergy friendly cafe in Chesham, Buckinghamshire is possibly my favourite cafe in the world EVER because you can get wheat, dairy, soya, egg and nut free cakes which taste amazing. Lucia, who runs this little cafe with … Continue reading


Hazel nuts and country walks – nut allergy alert


Hazel nuts picked on a country walk

This is something I had never ever considered as a danger. After all, I’m an adult, I won’t be picking up nuts from the floor so I’ll be fine, right? We are also not in the habit of holding hands, … Continue reading


Beware of Spanish Romesco sauce – contains nuts and wheat!


I love a bit of food porn, which is what I call my fascination with cookery programmes despite the fact that nearly every recipe on TV is laced with allergens that I can’t eat. I think in some way I’m … Continue reading


Dangerous to eat almonds with peanut allergy


Allergy UK

If you have a nut, peanut or any allergy really cross contamination, especially with nuts which are often stored in large warehouses in open sacks or containers, you MUST remember that it is very hard to guarantee no traces of … Continue reading


Should you eat almonds if you have a nut allergy?


So, the peanut and nut allergy may not extend to almonds, blood tests show very low percentages for both almonds and coconut. I can eat coconut no problem, I love the stuff! Praise be for Coconut milk and Thai curries. … Continue reading


What you need to know about nut allergy in France


The lonely peanut, By Ruth Holroyd

Did you know that the french don’t really have one word in their vocabulary for nuts? Many people mistakenly think the word noix or noisettes is the word for nuts. Indeed this might be just the word you’re looking for … Continue reading


Making your own sesame free humous


Sesame free humous

If you have a nut and dairy allergy humous is a real treat. Luckily for me I don’t have a sesame allergy but I have always been tempted to try making my own humous. How hard can it be right? … Continue reading