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    My grokling is only 9 months, so maybe it's a common thing to have a "no nut policy" at school? I've never heard of that before!
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    Yes, it's from the prevalence of peanut allergies and the chance a kid might "trade" inadvertently...or because of extreme allergies to airborne peanut particles.

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    As someone who has battled allergies, asthma, and eczema in my daughter and myself, I would HIGHLY recommend you look into GAPS. It will totally seem like overkill but it is SOOOOO much easier to heal children's leaky guts the younger they are. DD's asthma is 100% gone. The eczema and food allergies are 99% gone. My food allergies are a lot better but I've still got work to do.

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    My kids school is "no nut" but I think that there are some schools that still allow it. She would ADORE PB filled celery or as a dip for carrots. She loves PB and almond butter.

    Hell, I have a hard enough time with dehydrated apples as her teacher is allergic. I can send dehydrated ones, but not fresh ones.
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    Ohhh...that makes sense I guess...so no PB&J sandwiches at school?
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    Heart of Cooking is a neat menu planning service for those who have allergies, so you can find egg-free/grain-free/nut-free menus and recipes there
    http://allergyfreemenuplanners.com/o...menu-planners/

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