Imagine what it would be like to be on constant alert of coming in contact with a particular food that could cause a severe allergic reaction or death. The concern is justified. A fair share of co-workers, friends and family believe it's hogwash; you are simply over-reacting and paranoid. The threat is real. You know what it feels like to almost die from accidentally touching a dog biscuit that is flavor enhanced by peanut butter.
[ctt template="2" link="97wxr" via="no" ]Imagine being on vacation and on constant alert to avoid anaphylaxis or anaphylactic shock.[/ctt]
For a growing number of people, this is not something they have to imagine - they are living it.
Years ago when I was a single mother of two teenage sons, I had to be conscious of how I spent money. We loved to travel near and far. Who knew what I learned then to save money so we could explore our grand region would evolve into traveling "safe" for me now.
Join me "on the road" as I share my money saving tips and several of the adjustments I've made when I travel.
- What type of accommodation I suggest
- How I save money on food by packing for the ride
- Which meals make in advance and freeze
- How I save money on ice for the coolers
- Tips for family gathering meals
- What I purchase at the local grocery store versus at the gas station convenient store
- Advice I have for those dining in restaurants with food allergies/intollerences
C.K. Kochis, INHC
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[ctt template="2" link="V8pyf" via="no" ]We list the ingredients of each dish we bring to pass so everyone knows if the food is safe for them to eat.[/ctt]