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Posted on: Sat, 09/04/1999 - 5:10am
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I've discovered that the fussiest 7 year old on the entire planet will eat a sandwich made with cream cheese mixed with jam or jelly.

Posted on: Tue, 09/14/1999 - 8:12am
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pThanks River! I came on here to post a note asking what everyone puts in their kids sandwiches for school. I'm sure my daughter must be getting sick of Cheese Whiz sandwiches. Thanks for your idea!/p

Posted on: Fri, 12/17/1999 - 6:46am
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pmy 4 year old is hooked on butter and honey sandwiches. He won't eat the cream cheese and jam, so we had to come up with something./p

Posted on: Thu, 01/20/2000 - 2:41pm
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pI heard of this peanut-free butter made from roasted soy-beans and was wondering if anyone has tried it yet? [url="http://www.treeoflife.com/soywond.htm"]http://www.treeoflife.com/soywond.htm[/url]/p

Posted on: Thu, 01/20/2000 - 3:46pm
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pDid you notice they also had/p
pCREAMY OR CRUNCHY PEANUT WONDER SPREADbr /
INGREDIENTS: Peanuts.../p
p/p
pon their products page? [url="http://www.treeoflife.com/productindex.htm"]http://www.treeoflife.com/productindex.htm[/url] /p
pYou might want to check out any cross contamination problems etc. /p
pLet us know what they tell you, how allergy aware you think they are from what they tell you, what questions you asked and any thoughts you have on this./p
pStay Safe,/p
p[email]Chris@PeanutAllergy.Com[/email]/p

Posted on: Fri, 01/21/2000 - 1:25am
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pHi Chris;After I posted about the soy wonder I had the same thoughts to check if their peanut wonder was processed in the same line or same plant and so I e-mailed them;the following is their response:/p
pDear Diane - /p
pThank you for your e-mail regarding our Soy Wonder Product. Rest assured, this product is not produced in the same plant as our Peanut Wonder product. The plant that produces Soy Wonder does not process any other peanut or nut items. Those with allergies to peanuts can enjoy our product Soy Wonder /p
pEllie Bottomleybr /
Tree of Life Product Managerbr /
[email]bottomle@treeoflife.com[/email] /p
p(end of letter)/p
pI think I'll continue to check out the rest of their site to get a better feel about their allergy awareness./p

Posted on: Sun, 03/19/2000 - 2:38am
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pI had a question about the cream cheese and jelly sandwich. Many times, I've looked at the cream cheese packages (Philadephia brand, and the store brand), and I remember it had a questionable ingredient on it. I can't remember exactly what it was.... maybe guar gum... or something else that is a legume. Is cream cheese okay for those with severe peanut allergies (as well as allergies to other legumes). I've been afraid to try it!)/p

Posted on: Mon, 03/20/2000 - 2:23am
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pDonnamarie,br /
I use philadelphia cream cheese for my PA child and have had no problems. He eats it almost everyday; w/pasta or sandwich spread. He has a small milk allergy and the cream cheese is the only "cheese" he can tolerate. You might want to double check with your allergist though. Good luck!/p

Posted on: Sat, 03/25/2000 - 2:21pm
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pPhilly cream cheese is made on the same lines as their honey-nut flavored cream cheese spread. We avoid it, as my dd is tree nut allergic, as well as PA. I usually take Dannon plain yogurt and strain it through a coffee filter for 24 hours. Then use it in place of cream cheese. Also, the people at Healthy Choice have assured me that their cream cheese is made on a peanut free/tree nut free line./p

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