Chef Raises Allergy Awareness

Food allergies can be severe, according to Chef Ming Tsai, host and executive producer of public television's ''Simply Ming.''To Ming, practicing food safety means requiring all restaurants to train staff on food protection, putting a notice on menus of the customer's obligation to inform the server about any food allergies and to maintain a list of ingredients used in preparation of each and every food item.His advice to other parents with food allergy-plagued kids: Stop trying to emulate things they can't eat, and learn how to cook things they can.

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