Mast Cells are certainly involved in the mechanism that caused me to develop many "delayed food allergies".
Until I recently found the correct combo of H1, H2 and Mast Cell Blockers to control the mast cell reaction within my digestive system -- I had never got any food back that I've had to remove these past five years - except almonds. No amount of rotation helped, I failed every challenge to every food for the past three years.
I can now do most dairy - just not aged cheese along with small amounts of corn and rice. Taking it very slow as I am fearful of yet another backslide.
I hope rotation helps you, but if you have gut inflammation caused by the many mediators that mast cell dump when out of control, I highly recommend seeking the advice of a top notch allergist to find the correct prophylactic antihistamine usage for your body.
For those of you reading along that don't know me -- I rarely advise folks to add medication to solve dietary isusses. If a change in diet is enough to improve health, that should always be tried first IMO
You chopped a useful link out of something I posted
It was so unfair, I didn't want to post here for a long time. I wasn't expecting to hear from the same person who did that to me. So sorry, I can't reply.