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How likely is it we can add seeds to the list?

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PumpkinJack Sun 21-Oct-12 21:42:09

Ds2, 16 mths has non-IgE allergies to dairy, soy and beans, peas and lentils. Given his symptoms and lack of sleep this week we have decided it may not be a cold/cough/stomach bug but that he could be reacting to something. We have just started using a seeded bread and I wondered if it could be seeds? I just read that they are not an uncommon allergen.

I'd appreciate your thoughts, many thanks.

PumpkinJack Mon 22-Oct-12 07:10:24

Been up twice last night after finally going to sleep at 10.20 confused

Happygirl77 Mon 22-Oct-12 16:06:32

I don't know about the seeds (sorry) but if it's ore packed sliced bread it probably contains soya flour? Just a thought.

PumpkinJack Mon 22-Oct-12 21:03:45

Thanks, no definitely no soya flour which is why I started using it. I was so pleased to find bread which would be safe <hollow laugh> ah well, back to the bread machine!

Happygirl77 Tue 23-Oct-12 12:15:01

Bother sad
We (allergic ds 9mo and me still bf) eat bagels, some pitta bread (Warburton's new sandwich pittas are soft and yummy) and part baked baguettes.

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