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I picked up my allergen free food box from Angel Food Ministries yesterday. This was my first time ordering it and I was a bit apprehensive. It included one pound each of frozen chicken nuggets, chicken fingers, chicken patties, and steak fingers. It also included dry mixes of vanilla cake, muffins, pancakes/waffles, and cobbler topping. All that for $35! We had the chicken nuggets and vanilla cake last night and my kids really liked it! I highly recommend it, especially for those that are newly diagnosed and are a bit lost as to what to cook. All the food is free of the top allergens, including gluten. There are no income restrictions. You can order as many boxes as you want. You can place your order online and pick it up a few weeks later at the nearest location (usually a church). I wish I would have known about this sooner! The website is www.angelfoodministries.com.

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When you say they are allergen free does that mean no soy? I have wanted to order one but so much gluten-free stuff has soy too.

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The allergen box is:

Processed to eliminate the eight top serious allergens: Peanuts, Soybeans, Milk, Eggs, Fish, Crustacea, Tree Nuts and Gluten (wheat, rye and barley).

Battered/Breaded with water, white rice, brown rice, modified tapioca starch, flax seed, sugar, salt, spices, dehydrated garlic, spice extractives/Breaded and oleoresin paprika. Breading is pre-browned in Canola oil.

http://www.angelfoodministries.com/menu_0910en2.asp

I believe everything in the box is made by Allergy Free Foods: http://allergyfreefoods.com/

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Thanks Janet for the link. I should have put it in my original post. The food is really good. My son is picky and he loved what we have had so far. I wish I would have known about this food box sooner!

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