He typically eats chicken, pork and ground beef. Rice, corn and potatoes are fine. I just want to be able to shop at the Walmart in Mazatlan and know that their labeling is accurate. This is a huge leap of faith for me and I'm scared.
tengo allerjia a la leche y mariscos y pescado y fresas y soja y cerdo works for me
My last holiday abroard I had my son (because I'm not that techie) google translate my intolerances in two laungages. He text them to me so I could show wherever I was going to eat without the constant fafe.
I haven't been post-diagnosis. But, I do love to travel and my allergies held me back for a long time. Until I meet a lady in a grocery store who mentioned her allergies almost non-existent in other countries, so I decided I wasn't going to let it hold me back anymore.
Your son definitely has an extensive list! I'm vegan by choice, but also allergic to dairy, so that wasn't that bad of a switch. In addition, I'm allergic to soy, corn, gluten, peanuts. Eat out is a challenge, but I do find that eat at vegan or gluten-free restaurants to be the easiest. Do to my allergies I don't like salads anymore! blah, but it is a good back up plan, sometimes. Anyways, that wasn't answering your question directly. I found this book to be very helpful and there are a few others that are great too. Try checking out these websites and calling ahead of time to find something that meets your needs. I feel like I need to start a blog now on this exact topic, lol. Oh and one more thing, famarlize yourself with the allergens in spanish that will your lives a little easier.
Good luck and have a wonderful vaca!
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