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Going Nuts – A Guide to an Allergy-Friendly Pesach

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Allergy-friendly Recipe from:
A Taste of Freedom – Food Allergy Cookbook

Nut-free Charoses
6 medium apples (peeled, cored, and sliced)
1t cinnamon
1t sweet red wine
optional: ¼ cup dates (pitted, checked, and chopped)

Puree all ingredients in a food processor. Consistency should be a coarse puree.

* If making a traditional walnut version as well, be careful to label the 2 types clearly and to place them in different colored containers to avoid confusion.
*quick and easy kid’s version – applesauce, grape juice, and cinnamon

About the Author: Tamar Warga is a mother of 4 food allergic children and the author of two books: A Taste of Sweetness- Rosh Hashana Cookbook and A Taste of Freedom- Passover Cookbook. She blogs at Kosherfoodallergies.blogspot.com


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