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Beginning to look at holiday recipes. Most candy is off limits to pn allergy son. Neslte choc chips have processed with or may contain traces of pn......is there any kind of choc that I can use in...
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I'm just back after a few years. I was very active on the old site but haven't been here for a while because of password problems. Anyway, that's all figured out and I'm back. Just trying to figure...
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Hello Everyone, We just launched the new PeanutAllergy.com today. We have added an "Ask the Question" section and will be adding a new blog section next week. If you are interested in blogging here...
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I am having trouble with searches. For example I am searching for information on Schlotzsky's deli which I know has been mentioned on here before and nothing is coming up.
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Hello, I wanted to let everyone know that we have added the Private Messaging Feature. You can Private Message someone in a couple of ways: 1) Click on a username and then click on "Send this user a...
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I found this forum while I was searching google for Peanut-Free Planet. I am happy to have found this site. However, after reading Brian Selwa, Heather Selwa and Peanut-Free Planet's posts I felt...
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My one year old was given a peanut butter cracker today. We have not given him peanut butter yet, primarily out of fear. He had a reaction of some sort. His little face got beat red and looked...
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Can somebody PLEASE tell me what the acronyms on this site are? I understand that PA= peanut allergy, and TNA=tree nut allergy but i am confused with DD and DS and other sorts of short hand. This...
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It gets rather old to have to skip over these two particular topics, every single day for months on end: Flashcards by beyondapeanut.com by Chris on 17/02/08 10:28 AM and K-9 Peanut Detector Dogs...
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Dear new site owner: Sometime ago I posted a topic and now find myself needing to edit out certain information. When a Product goes from safe to unsafe, over a period of time I am unable to edit my...
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Remember to keep your contact information up to date with the office! This helps us to help you. For example: Someone recently requested a temporary password from the discussion board software. The...
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[b]How to post on the PeanutAllergy.Com discussion board forums[/b] First, always come to the discussion board by going to the home page [url="http://www.PeanutAllergy.Com"]http://www.PeanutAllergy....
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note: once you perform a search and go to one of the threads in that search, if you want to go back to the list of threads found, use the "search" text link located near the bottom left of the page...
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Click on "My Stuff" at the top of the page to change your preferences. You can choose for example to; show that you are online or you can choose to "hide" so others cannot tell that you are online.
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Here is a link (below) to the technical questions such as Do I have to register? How can I use smilies? Can I add HTML to my messages? What are moderators? How can I change my registration profile?...
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If you had a username and password for the boards before this upgrade, it should still work. If you are not able to log in to the board after this latest upgrade here are some things you can try....
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As of this posting you can edit for 10 days after the text was posted (this may change with or without notice). Note: If you would like to see something edited or removed you can contact the office...
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Hello and Welcome! We are glad your with us! Here are some suggestions that we hope you will find helpful, and which will help keep these boards better organized and easier for everyone else to use...
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