I was marginally afraid to try the whipped cream, but as I have eaten cookies that taste like cardboard, raw desserts that look much like vomit and tasted vegan cheese that is just plain wrong, I thought again.
My son is not just allergic to peanuts. He is also allergic to most food that lend themselves to a paste: tree-nuts, sesame seeds, soy and some legumes. None of the typical peanut butter substitutes are safe.
If you eat cheeseburgers or French fries all the time or drink six sodas a day, you likely know you are shortening your life. But eating a nice dark slice of whole wheat bread--how could that be bad for you?
As recent interest in All Things Food - nutrition, sustainability, spirituality, flavor and preparation - grows like a stalk of biodynamic lemongrass, the exact definition of a "Foodie" remains debatable.