Originally, I thought blogs were for people who thought too much of their own thoughts and opinions. I mean, really, who cares what I think? But then I realized that it was a way to communicate to lots of people in this real-time world. And I know there’s information missing out there on the information super-highway. Especially about food intolerances and cooking around them. Two of my children have multiple food intolerances, and I’ve learned to adapt recipes so that most of us can eat the same thing at the table. I’ll probably expand this blog to share some of the information I’ve gleaned from books and various other sources, and hope I can remember to give credit where credit is due. And I don’t mind experimenting with recipes to help you cope with you or your child’s food intolerances.