Talking Allergies
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Talking Allergies

Table of food — Allergy Angst at Parties and Gatherings — Amy Marley
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How being human amongst lots of other humans is risky to an allergy sufferer

“Billie, would you like one?” Across the picnic table, I watch as someone offers my daughter a mini sausage roll.

Pastries usually have an egg wash, or people sometimes bind the filling with egg, so I am about to shout out a mum demanded “No!”




A platform to gather stories about living with allergies and anaphylaxis. Sharing stories the impetus for comfort, support and discovery.

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