I have recently been diagnosed with an allergy to soy and soy products. Does anyone have any advice on what is safe to eat for lunch when Im out in public? I know most hot chips and salads are safe but time after time they get quite old...I want some variety! Sandwiches are out - all bread has soy products!!
WELCOME .. let me look and see if we can find some references for you in that regard. Soy is tough .. oftentimes those with milk look towards soy and since soy is out it does limit your ability of what to eat.
Well, just an update. Today I went out for a meal without the safety of mum helping me choose something to eat...and thankfully I managed to choose a meal on my own that I was able to eat. Your references you posted for me helped heaps by providing me with great background info.
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