tools i use
My goal in the kitchen and day to day is to stay as low-tech and simple as possible. I stick to a big bowl and a wooden spoon most of the time, and I still like to write recipes out in notebooks first. Still, a few items or places have become indispensable in and out of the kitchen. Check out my Favorite Tools, from apps to local businesses.
Many of my advocacy or how-to blog posts have nifty graphics to summarize---or emphasize---a point about health, food, or allergies. Those downloadable/pin-able images will be collected as I release them under the Infographic Index.
Cooking and baking share a lot of principles of a good chemistry experiment. Learn about the professional and practical sides of Kitchen Science.
The food allergy community is a large, supportive group, and the resources from organizations and individuals are too numerous to describe here. But check out the Useful Resources for some of my go-to sites about allergies, ingredients, medical research, and recipes.
Relying on simple ingredients sometimes isn't practical when you have a special diet. But, an important goal I had when I decided to get creative with allergy-safe recipes was to use ingredients that I could find in the typical pantry of any kitchen: Everyday Ingredients.