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Hello from New Jersey! So my boyfriend has a very VERY severe life threatening peanut and treenut allergy. He wants to move in with me (as we have been together for many years), but without the help...
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Does anyone use Eagle Brand Sweetened Condensed Milk? My daughter has a severe allergy to peanuts and tree nuts. I'll be call the company as well, but wanted to see what everyone uses. Thanks.
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Hi everyone I know since the cumin recall it has been difficult to find Safe taco spice mixes. I just wanted to share that McCormick taco spices mixes are safe. This is the email they sent me and I...
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Does anyone have any information about marshmallows? I know that Kraft sold their candy manufacturing business,so they no longer make the Stay-Puft brand, but packaging information on marshmallows...
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I'm still quite new to this site.. But I'm wondering if there are any safe Maple Syrup/Pancake/Waffle Syrups out there for a PA/TN Person. Do you just avoid them all or have a recipe to make some...
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My favorite boss in the whole world who also happens to be my friend, has a severe peanut allergy. I was talking about my gourmet marshmallows I used to make and he was intrigued so I agreed to bring...
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Hello Everyone! I was wondering if anyone knew a NUT/TREENUT free facility that makes cinnamon? I need it for a recipe and anything would help. Thank you! US specific only! And about the yeast....
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We had some grocery favorites, but Cascadian Farms has added several "peanut" and "protein" editions to their line ... Kind Bars that promised me that they washed the line thoroughly between runs,...
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My daughter has been bugging me to make brownies, but we're avoiding egg for my son until he's 2. I don't make anything that we all can't have, so I haven't made any. I tried once, in the past, to...
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Hi, I am looking for a good, simple homemade tomato sauce recipe for my PA son. Thank you!
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My son is participating in a school entrepreneur program. He will be selling Chocolate Covered Pretzels. Based on my research to be safe for PA people we can use Rold Gold Pretzel rods and Baker's...
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If you are peanut allergic but not tree nut allergic, what are some great substitutes for peanuts in recipes? I want to make a dish but have it with the same crunch as if it did have peanuts.
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This week i received through e-mail a list of delicious recipes that are typically peanut but are actually peanut free. My question is does the community think it is safe to disguise typical peanut...
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HI- IN A MOST RECENT POST IT HAD LISTED GREEN BEAN CASSEROLE AS AN OK LEFTOVER FOR THOSE WITH A PEANUT ALLERGY-- HOW CAN THIS BE SAFE WHEN GREEN BEANS, ALONG WITH CHICK PEAS AND PEAS, ARE LEGUMES --...
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With Thanksgiving coming up, I know a lot of us will have to abstain from the sweets for fear of hidden (or no-so-hidden) nuts. I often browse the internet for safe recipes, and I came across this...
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I just saw this recipe posted at a parenting web site in response to a parent's request for a no eggs, no dairy and no chocolate recipe. The person who posted the recipe is Evelyn Raab, a recipe...
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My boyfriend and I are moving in with a family who's youngest child is allergic to peanuts AND seafood of any kind. I love to cook with both but now I need to learn how to cook without. Does anyone...
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I'm trying to learn all I can since my 18mnth old was just diagnosed with a cat. 4 peanut allergy last month. Few questions if anyone could help: -Is it ok for him to eat peas, beans, and other...
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I tried a recipe for Peanut Butter Balls (a healthier version!) last week that called for Peanut Butter and replaced the PB with Sunbutter - with great success. Thought you might like to see it: [...
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Hello. My eight-year-old son has a birthday party this weekend. I have met one of his classmate's parents, whom said their daughter has a peanut allergy. She RSVP'd yes, and so we are hoping to make...
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