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Which breads do you eat or allow your FA children to eat?

I grew up eating brown whole grain breads. I had no fa's.

But now as an adult with fa's that are fairly new, I am totally frustrated with just eating White bread made by Wonder. I want to eat bagels, brown bread, and sour dough bread not made from my own kitchen. I would love to try other breads that I use to eat.

I currently cannot have and avoid... peanuts, all tree nuts, shea, coconut, sesame seeds, all seeds, mushrooms, shell fish and all types of seafood.

I also avoid all products listed with 'may contains' and 'manufatured with' labels

------------------ Peanut, Tree Nut, Shellfish, Mushroom, chemical allergies

[This message has been edited by Pebbles Mommy (edited June 25, 2007).]

On Jun 25, 2007

I am PA only, and eat a whole grain bread made by Aunt Hatties. I live in Arizona, so it may be available to you in California. I called about cross-contamination risks for peanut, but I don't know how they are for sesame, etc.

I just checked the label on a package of Aunt Hattie's SEDONA ALL NATURAL 9 GRAIN. The ingredients are: unbleached enriched wheat flour (wheat flour, barley malt niacin, ferrous sulfate (iron) thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin (folic acid) water, Whole wheat flour, rye, wheat bran, fresh yeast, light amber honey, wheat gluten, granulated sugar, soybean soil, brown sugar, molasses, oats, barley, sea salt, raisin juice concentrate, cultured corn syrup solids, vinegar, calcuim sulfate. The only ingredient in BOLD for allergy alert is WHEAT.

The bread is made by Holsum Bakery of Phoenix. Phone is 888 246-5786.

They have different breads - some have sesame and sunflower seeds, but I usually stick with the basic 9-grain SEDONA bread. Ironic - as I live in Sedona.

[This message has been edited by Adele (edited June 26, 2007).]

On Jun 25, 2007

I have always ate just white bread and bagels. I discovered through here

On Jun 26, 2007

Here we're able to get safe Wonder wheat breads...any Interstate brand you can call and learn if it's safe within minutes. Luvmyboys

On Jun 26, 2007

peppridge farm has a wheat bread

On Jun 26, 2007

We do not eat any bought bread - I have not found any that is safe for a sesame allergy.

We bake all of our own, and we do all kinds.

I don't think I would ever go back to purchasing all our bread, even if my DD outgrows her allergy. Although it would be good to have that option.

On Jun 26, 2007

Ds is sesame allergic, he eats several kinds of Pepperidge Farms breads including wheat. I never called them, but I have seem other bread products of theirs labelled for "may contain sesame", so they do label for it - I just go by the labels.