So I think I've mentioned Scott's allergies before. I haven't listed all of them, though, so here:
RABBITS (the fur, not the meat)(that we know of)(we're not in the habit of eating bunnies)
Animals (actually, we're both allergic to Buster, but he's TOTALLY WORTH IT)
Life in general
So how do you cook for someone who can't eat these things?
Let me be more clear: soy is a legume. DO YOU KNOW HOW MANY THINGS HAVE SOY PROTEIN IN THEM? Also, my company chelates minerals to soy protein, so sometimes when I get it on my clothes Scott is actually literally allergic to me. Also, one time we were at Target and he smelled a soy candle and his throat closed up. Fun times.
When we buy a new skillet dinner at the store it's a risk we have to take. We always have Benadryl on hand. Sometimes Scott will take a Benadryl just so he can eat clam chowder at Zupas! That's true love.
The interesting thing is that this soy allergy seems to be getting worse. More and more things are giving him trouble. We had to switch brands of meatballs. We were sad about this.
There's one thing that you all have to remember, more important than everything else ever:
You can pry my peanut butter from my cold, dead hands.