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Old 17.04.2018, 14:21
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Re: Kindergarten teacher does not take nut allergy serious

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So, your daughter's peanut allergy has been lumped in with "those crazy Americans and vegans who don't eat anything normal" and so they are not paying attention. They think your kid just doesn't like peanuts and so you are calling it an "allergy"
Tree nuts, not peanuts.

The problem is if you are so allergic that you get an anaphylactic reaction even trace amount of the allergen can be a problem. A "nut kosher" kitchen is not very usual. I would not vouch with 100% certainty that my own backing products are truly nut free.
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