The Food & LEGO blog is managed by The Allergy Chef, and the team at Free and Friendly Foods, LLC.
The Allergy Chef and the team at Free and Friendly Foods are not doctors nor a dietitians. Everyone at Free and Friendly Foods LLC believes in the mission to help people find safe food to eat. Our team has personal experience with food allergies, food intolerances, and special diets. We have made it our goal to help make this journey easier for others to navigate. We do our best to share safe meals and resources that you may find helpful. Results will vary from person to person, and nothing we write here is a replacement for medical advice.
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