The Times has a special section devoted to foods that people may be allergic to but which they can still enjoy, such as peanuts, peanuts butter and almond milk.

These include: 1.

Nut milk, a drink made with nuts but which is often available in large supermarkets.2.

Peanut butter, a soft drink made from coconut milk, which is also popular with those with allergies to peanuts.3.

Peanuts, a peanut butter product which is sometimes available in bulk at supermarkets.4.

Banana peels, a product of the banana tree that is a source of peanuts.5.

Peas, a staple food that is also commonly available in a variety of forms.6.

Rice, a legume.7.

Rice cakes, a food made from rice.8.

Rice paste, a paste made from ground rice.9.

Rice noodles, a noodles made from shredded wheat or other grains.10.

Rice flakes, a powdered form of rice.11.

Cornflakes, a granular food which can be made into cakes.12.

Flax seed, a vegetable derived from the flax plant.13.

Almonds, a source for nuts.14.

Canned tuna, which contains little or no omega-3 fats.15.

Fish sauce, which has an alcohol by-product.16.

Dried apricots, which have a small amount of anthocyanins.17.

Lettuce, which also contains flavonoids, such in green tea, lemon and grapefruit.18.

Tomato paste, made from dried tomatoes.19.

Almond milk, an ingredient that is commonly available at grocery stores.20.

Cucumber, which can also contain anthocanins, and which can often be used to make coconut milk.21.

Algae, which grows in deep sea or shallow water.22.

Soya beans, a bean that contains calcium and other nutrients.23.

Aloe vera, an extract that is used to treat skin rashes.24.

Soybean oil, which may be used in cosmetics and body lotions.25.

Alga-3, a form of hydrogen gas.26.

Green tea, which comes from the tea tree.27.

Soy sauce, made with vinegar.28.

Red wine, which often contains citric acid.29.

Olive oil, a rich source of saturated fat.30.

Red grapes, which are used in cooking.31.

Alkaline water, which causes the skin of cats to swell and cause an allergic reaction.32.

Red pepper, a spice found in a lot of spices.33.

Corn, a starch that is made from corn kernels.34.

Cabbage, a type of vegetable that is an important source of fiber.35.

Wheat germ, a carbohydrate made from the root of the wheat plant.36.

Sesame seeds, a seed from the seeds of the bean.37.

Sunflower seeds, which contain protein.38.

Soybeans, which make up about 70% of the world’s soybean crop.39.

Soy products, made of a protein called soybean oil.40.

Peppers, a key source of vitamins and minerals.41.

Fruits, which include apples, bananas, pears, plums and pomegranates.42.

Strawberries, a fruit that is eaten raw.43.

Dates, a bright green fruit that has a red flesh.44.

Alpaca, which makes up a large part of the animal kingdom.45.

Fries, made up of a mixture of proteins and sugars.46.

Apple cider, a beverage made with a mixture containing alcohol.47.

Coffee, made in large quantities and typically has a bitter taste.48.

Milk, a milk product made from milk and eggs.49.

Yogurt, a sweet, creamy beverage made from yogurt and sugar.50.

Applesauce, a flour-based ingredient that can be used as a thickener.51.

Wheat flour, a grain commonly used in bread making.52.

Cornmeal, a material that is formed from the outer layer of corn husks, which in turn is made up by other mixtures of mixtures.53.

Sugar, a natural substance found in the earth.54.

Sulfur, a naturally occurring mineral found in some seeds and in certain plants.55.

Salt, which helps prevent and cure infections.56.

Fats, a fatty acid that is found in dairy products and some meat products.57.

Flour, a hard, solid material made up mostly of protein and usually made from barley, rye or other legumes.58.

Sugar cane, which usually has a sweet taste.59.

Butter, a solid substance that is composed of several layers of fatty acids.60.

Soy flour, an oily, semi-solid material which is the main ingredient in many soy products.61.

Nuts, a cereal grain, which forms the