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Kitniyos free, gluten free, pareve dairy free, nut free food

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Post Tue, Apr 23 2024, 3:24 pm
I need ideas for food! Due to allergies, pesach, minhagim, dietary requirements, etc:
- Kosher for pesach
- Kitniyos free
- Gluten free
- Pareve
- Dairy free
- Nut free
- Food processor free
- Blender/mixer free
- Oven free (we just have a burner and a microwave)

What can I make to feed a meal to a crowd?
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Post Tue, Apr 23 2024, 3:29 pm
No meat and no dairy?

Can you do eggs?
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Post Tue, Apr 23 2024, 3:32 pm
Shakshuka. Vegetable soup. Mashed potatoes, hash browns, or french fries. Fresh salad. You could also make crepes. Maybe fill with mashed potatoes or a cabbage filling. Good luck!
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Post Tue, Apr 23 2024, 3:33 pm
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Post Tue, Apr 23 2024, 3:35 pm
Mashed potatoes
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Post Tue, Apr 23 2024, 4:24 pm
A nice loaded fritata/scrambled eggs/ omelette.
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Post Tue, Apr 23 2024, 4:30 pm

No meat. No dairy.

And now someone has a fish allergy, so that's out.

Eggs are a good idea, thanks! And salad. I think it will be too hot for soup though (heat wave!). Potatoes for sure!

Other ideas still welcome.
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Post Tue, Apr 23 2024, 4:37 pm
You can do cold soups.
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Post Tue, Apr 23 2024, 4:46 pm
Separate the allergies. Make sure there is something for each person and everything is well labeled.
You could make fish, but one person can't eat it. That's okay, they will eat other things.
Is the gluten the issue or gebroks?
Is it possible to get a hand mixer or immersion blender? These are inexpensive and save time.
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Post Tue, Apr 23 2024, 4:46 pm
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Post Tue, Apr 23 2024, 5:21 pm
Lots of kugels and quiches. Salads, soups (use AC) Matzah with dips and make some other stuff for the majority like fish and chicken.

Tofu, stir frys, fries work well too.
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Post Tue, Apr 23 2024, 5:43 pm
I think there is a Bardak video about this very situation....
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Post Wed, Apr 24 2024, 2:07 am
Do you just have one burner or a whole stove top?
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Post Wed, Apr 24 2024, 5:50 am
If this is a serious post, then ask a heter to eat kitniyot.
You can always eat marshmellow. Fresh and coocked fruits and veggies.
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