June 25, 2012 in Health
Allison Long photo

Sisters Olivia, 7, left, and Layla Blankenship, 5, eat dinner, April 20, 2011, in their Kansas City, Kansas home. The Blankenship family cooks and bakes naked, which is a chef’s term for stripping everything out of the food that can trigger allergies. Olivia has celiac disease, meaning she can’t eat gluten, while Layla has a “multitude” of food allergies.


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