Vegans do not eat ANY animal products. For those who are especially picky this even includes honey.
Other animal products include eggs, and dairy, which is in cheese, many sauces, some breads, along with other items. It is important to read the label on products to make sure you are not buying something with animal products.
Also always make sure to avoid whey, which is a milk protein and found in many products.
Finding milk replacements for things like coffee or breakfast can sometimes be a challenge. While most people go with soy milk, I have found coconut, oat, and even hazelnut milk to be more delicious and nutritious.
Nut allergies can be some of the most serious kinds of food allergies. If someone with a nut allergy has even the smallest bit of peanut residue they could need to be hospitalized within 30 minutes. Make sure that the food you purchase or order is completely nut free.
Some individuals allergic to nuts, are only allergic to specific nuts. Find out what nut allergy your passengers have before moving forward with your menu planning. "Nuts" that will not actually affect your clients include coco"nuts", and "nut"meg.
Gluten free diets are one of the most Challenging to cook for. Gluten is in a variety of foods, the most commonly known is bread. When looking for gluten free foods, make sure to always read the labels, you will find gluten in the strangest things.
Avoid these ingredients if shopping for gluten free passengers.
Gluten is often found in the following items, be extra careful to read the labels on these items:
Once you have studied up on these special diets get creative with some new and different menu planning. Don't think of it as an annoyance to cater to these types of clients, look at it as an exciting challenge, and new way to expand upon your favorite dishes.
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