What Foods Has Your PA Child Not Tried Due To PA (Junk Food/Candy Included)

Posted on: Sun, 02/06/2005 - 1:40pm
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What foods has your PA child (or yourself) not tried due to PA (junk food, candy included), which, of course, are PA safe? (or rather, have the potential to be PA safe).

I was thinking about cheesecake for some reason (oh, the new yoghurt they're trying is called Cherry Cheesecake).

I haven't found a cheesecake that I feel is PA safe yet. Yes, I know Idiot Woman here could make her own with safe ingredients.

My PA son tried his first jelly bean, gum drop, and ju jube at the age of 7. Previous to that, we had always lived where the only candies like that were labeled "may contain".

We then found the giant bags of Dare of those candies which are PA safe.

Factored into all of this, of course, is that my PA guy is also my picky eater guy so things that he could try, even things that I have had in my home and which are PA safe, he simply turns his nose up and says no, thank-you. You can ask him why 'til you're blue in the face but all you'll ever get is that he doesn't like it.

Those are the only things I can think of right now.

Many thanks and best wishes! [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]

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