Hi Fran! Sorry to get back to you so late on this question, but I was in Pointe Reyes on an all day field trip with my son. I’m so glad that you loved the oats as well as your two year old 🙂 Yes, you can totally put the oats in the fridge in a sealed container. Leftover oatmeal can be refrigerated for up to a week. The oats will thicken up as they sit in the fridge, so you will want to either add some milk, almond milk etc or water to thin them out when you re-heat them on the stove. I’m happy to hear that you have tried some other recipes! I hope they turned out good for you as well. I love that skillet parmesan. SO good! 🙂 xoxo, Jackie
This isn’t strictly true for allergies in general. Maybe the anaphylactic kind but not all. My daughter had a natural birth, was breastfed exclusively for 6 months then weened onto a grain free, sugar free, vegetable oil free 100% natural and organic diet, supplemented with breast milk until 18 months. She never had any shots not even the vitamin k, never had any medication at all no antibiotics, no paracetamol or even teething gel, she never drank chlorinated water, or even bathed in chlorinated water. Her mother hadn’t had any shots in 20 years either. She is the toughest toddler you could imagine. She has a level of cognition that I’ve never seen in any other children. She gets sick from time to time but it usually last only a day and is completely unphased. However she gets hives within minutes or eating certain dairy products especially straight milk. The hives no longer appear but she occasionally vomits if she steals her older brothers milk, and thoughout her infancy I’m pretty sure she didn’t vomit even once more than a dribbly burp. She has a proper allergy test coming up. She’s half Chinese and in my opinion Chinese people are not adapted to drinking milk so maybe I’ve rambled on about an allergy that isn’t an “antibody” allergy after all! Don’t vaccinate your kids on someone else’s words at least give them the courtesy of a prophet educated decision based on the circumstances of risk they are exposed to.