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Struggling with an itchy mouth? A peach may not be beyond reach.
Mother always told you to eat your fruits and vegetables. Sometimes, mother was wrong.
As a farm girl growing up outside of Port Colborne, Ont. in the late 1960s, summertime was the greatest. I’d run and play in the meadows where our cattle grazed, the grass soft under my bare feet. I recall climbing the apple and pear trees and have great memories of hunting for a new litter… Read more »
A life with OAS means only cooked or baked fruit. Crisp, raw fruit, how I miss you. (From the Allergic Living archives. First published in the magazine in 2009.) CRADLING a fresh, succulent peach in my hands, I take in its tantalizing aroma. I rub the fuzz lightly on my lips before taking a big,… Read more »