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Histamine Intolerance: storing cooked foods

Asked on October 04, 2016
Created October 04, 2016 at 11:09 PM

my daughter (20mos) is histamine intolerant.  We feed her a very strict low histamine diet. She's in daycare, so cooking FRESH foods for her throughout the day is impossible.  So, we prepare her foods in the morning before she goes to daycare.  We know that freezing the foods after cooking is the best protocol, but a freezer is not available at the daycare center.  Recently Weve been storing her cooked foods in a container that keeps cooked foods hot for up to 12 hours.  (She's only at daycare for about 5 hours/day).  Her skin appears to be getting more itchy/red.  My question is:  is it safer to cook her foods and store them in The fridge at daycare & re-heat via warm water/microwave , or is it safer to cook them and just keep them hot in an insulated container for up to 5 hours?  Does more histamine build up while keeping them hot, or does more histamine build up while in the fridge? Any other recommendations are welcome. Thanks in advance, - A desperate momma

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