You can still make soup. I use to eat canned soup a lot, now I can't stand the taste of it. Even the low sodium ones have too much salt for me. (I have to be careful with salt intake). I love a good veggie soup. I'm making one tonight with a little leftover turkey in it. Oh if you are tired of lemon try lime. I made a lime chicken once that turned out good.
i can relate in a way, i have a honey allergy and am allergic to eggs and anything that has artificial strawberry or banana flavors. that limits many foods. it's amazing how fast you can learn to scan labels with multiple food allergies!
I actually use that combo a lot. My trouble is I LOVE lots of flavor and spice and I am just tired of the same old recipies I have been using. I am also miffed (there's an old word for ya) at all the "new flavor" changes that my favorite foods are making which makes them no good for me and honestly...homemade ketchup and mayo just don't really have the same zing. What I really miss is SOUP!! It is a real production any time I have a crazing...no opening a can of even broth to start from. I feel for your MIL with the added peanut mess. I do have to say though...you are the first I have talked to that has onion and garlic issues..it is cool in a awful sort of way. thanks for your idea..keep them coming if you have more.
Catch you later... HUGS W-chik
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wow, that's cuts out a lot of spice blends. My MIL is also allergic to onions & garlic (also peanuts) So I have to limit what spices I use around her. Have you tried other herbs? like rosemary, thyme, and oregano? Chicken with lemon and rosemary is very good.
SO...I am allergic to both which includes anything that has a label list that includes "spices and/or seasonings". I also can't eat beef, leeks, fennel..anything in that vegetable family. this also includes curry, chinese 5 spice, chili powder etc. I am looking for fun new dinner ideas. I love to cook but need some fresh ideas
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