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Posted on: Fri, 01/19/2007 - 12:15pm
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DD attended a birthday party at Chuck E. Cheese tonight. The manager at the Dulles Town Center location actually took me back to the kitchen to read the ingredients. The flour (which was in a package marked with CEC Enterprises) contains soybean oil and modified soy protein. The hot dog buns have soy flour. I didn't bother checking the hot dogs. The cook with soybean oil. I relaxed my restrictions on soy protein and let her have the pizza; she was fine. (She test a 1 on SPT to soy but has never had a reaction; the allergist said it is likely cross reactivity with her peanut allergy. The allergist said we do not have to eliminate soy, though I limit soy in her diet.)
As for playing the games, DD was fine and I didn't notice any contact reactions (unlike at the Dulles Town Center mall).

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