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Welcome to Allergic to Chocolate! My name is Kiri Liz, and I'm so happy that you're stopping by! Whether you're here to discover more about me and my allergies, or you're wanting to know what people do when they're allergic to chocolate, or you're looking for something fun to read to pass the time, or you're here totally by accident, please enjoy your visit here!

My journey with allergies began in 2011. During the summer of that year, I was plagued with numerous stomach aches after meals, aches that would often last long into the night following dinner. Since a few of my relatives have dairy intolerances, I first knocked out dairy from my diet, yet, it didn't help at all. It was in October that I was finally able to visit an allergist and discovered that I had food allergies, not a dairy intolerance. 

While this blog is called Allergic to Chocolate, and yes, I am truly allergic to chocolate, that is not the only allergy I have. In addition to chocolate, my biggest food allergy is soy, and in reality, that allergy affects me more than my chocolate allergy. I am also unable to eat buckwheat, tuna, clams, flounder, and mixed fish, but since they don't play a huge part in my diet, I will make mention of these allergies rather infrequently.

What should you expect here during your visit to Allergic to Chocolate? I'll be posting my tips and tricks to living allergy-friendly, delicious allergy-free products you can find in your local grocery stores, and favorite allergy-free recipes.

1 comment:

  1. Haha. In a way, I do know how you feel. I have severe allergies. Not to foods, but things such as cats, horses, mold, ragweed, pollen, trees, grass and a million other things. I used to be allergic to dogs, but eventually I grew out of it. Springtime is the worst or me. Thought I am not addicted to chocolate, I can't imagine going without it. I can't believe you survive! ;) Great blogs, by the way!

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