How We Manage School-Related Food Dye Exposure: Springtime Events

While our school isn’t perfect when it comes to food, with our rainbow sprinkled cakes, dyed popsicles, and tater tots at lunch time…it’s better than many.  We may not have come as far as some schools like Nana Glen in New South Wales, where they did a huge additive-free test run and saw tremendous results […]

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Have A Colorful Easter Without Artificial Food Dye

So many parents of dye-sensitive kids are approaching Easter with that same dread we felt near Valentine’s Day… It’s coming.  You can’t just act like it’s not happening.  Kids have certain expectations when it comes to this holiday, learned from friends or grocery store aisles…first and foremost – to get an awesome stash from the […]

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Exciting News! DFD Is Spreading Awareness Through BlogHer!

I am excited to report that one of my posts here on Die, Food Dye! has been published on the BlogHer network!  As BlogHer is a vast community of women writers with a reach of 37 million unique visitors per month, this means that I have the chance to spread awareness of the affects of […]

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We’ve Got Spirit, Yes We Do!

We’ve got spirit…How ’bout you? Today my thoughts are on school spirit nights, and the aftermath of eating at the chosen restaurants for some food coloring sensitive families. My kid gets a sticker on her shirt reminding her to support her school at a local eatery, every Wednesday.  She begs to go.  She even does […]

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Why I Blog: Inspiration In Black And White (And A Few Rainbows)

Even just a year ago, I never imagined I’d be blogging about food coloring sensitivities and children’s behavior.  That is partly because I was oblivious to our food dye allergy back then, but also because I didn’t understand blogging.  I admit that I couldn’t fathom why anyone would want to read someone’s personal thoughts and […]

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No Love Lost: Our First Valentine’s Day Free Of Petroleum Food Coloring

Happy First Dye-Free Valentine’s Day, friends!  It’s a mouthful, I know, but I like the sound of that better than “Red 40 Day”.  This year feels like a real celebration – of love, hope, and gratitude.  I am actually enjoying my kid’s company while she’s under the influence of sugar.  Thanks for the miracle, Saint […]

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