I enjoyed the article but as a person with an intolerance to milk and a severe allergy to seafood, I would have liked to see more information on dairy-free options. As more and more people have food allergies, it is more than a struggle to be able to eat without having to question every single ingredient at least twice. I will be attending for the first time in November 2013. I have read about the food allergy kiosk in Animal Kingdom but that’s of no help in the other parks. I just would like made accessible more allergy free foods. Let’s just say Terra is definitely on my list.
That’s terrible that you have food allergies. It must be so scary to know that if your food comes in contact with something that can potentially make you very ill you can be hurt by it and also it ruins your day. I also get very sick when I eat any type of shellfish but its not severe… usually benadryl clears it right up, however one time I did look like the guy from that movie HITCH. HA! But Dairy allergies that’s just terrible. Everything is so good with Dairy… Good luck to you.
You should look at this blog, Natalia! http://glutenfreedairyfreewdw.blogspot.com/
My youngest was dairy intolerant on our last trip, being exclusively breastfed, so I needed help! 🙂 Luckily he has outgrown it for this trip! Yay!!!!
My family and I can’t wait to try the s’mores drink when we are in for the Tower of Terror 10 miler! Everything looks good. Where do you find the map for all of the food during the festival?
Thanks for posting this! I can’t wait to go and try the new dishes. Definitely want to try the Haggis as long as its all vegetarian. Wish they had more vegetarian but meat-like dishes. All booths should have a vegetarian dish.
Where is the Smores drink being offered? Is it at a Marketplace? I think I missed it on the menus, perhaps.
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