Our 7 children have all been born with allergies to yeast, eggs and milk. It makes fixing breakfast quite a task. We use leftovers from supper and other interesting concoctions. Does anyone else eat ...
This reminds me of an interesting book I read once. It was called a Year Among the Amish. I don't remember the lady's name but she was allergic to so many things. At her low point there was only about 12 things that she could eat. She could eat venison and she had the highway patrol call her when there was a freshly killed deer. She could eat frog's legs and this brings me back around to breakfast. She was eating frog's legs for breakfast one morning and her family thought it was gross. She was tired of explaining herself and defending herself to people so she went to live a year with the Amish people. The Amish were wonderful to her, even helping her catch frogs. Eventually she got better and could start eating more things again. All that to say this. Eat whatever you like.
I took a liberty ... to give a clarification to your answer in my answer; I think (and sure as hell hope) that my clarification was accurate. I hope you are not offended; I certainly meant no harm and figured you'd be glad to have your answer clarified that way.
Yes, correct. I meant taking into consideration the allergies, eat whatever you want even if it seems strange to others.
I am fading away here, Rob. I tried to answer, rather than comment and I got the screen of death where it ceases to function. Neta says that they have to have it happen to them in order to figure out how to fix it. That may never happen. Who knows?
Good, I was pretty sure that was what you meant or I would not have made my comment on yours.
Good luck with getting that solved. I think Neta really tries to get these things taken care of best she can, from my experiences with her. Hope it works out for you.