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    nuts

    hehe, i said nuts

    I have a friend allergic to almonds. Are peanuts or peanut butter just as good? are there better nut choices?

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    cashews ?????

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    peanuts and peanut butter are fine.

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    oh and peanut butter should be all natty PB.

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    ABSOLUTELY!

    ANPB and shelled peanuts are a staple......been known to go through a jar every few days while bulking....also, look into walnuts (very good profile), sunflower and pumpkin seeds, pistachios, cashews (to an extent), etc....

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    Macadamias are also a viable alternative.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SwoleCat
    Macadamias are also a viable alternative.

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    The first time I had heard of that nut was on Friends...urgh

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    I was reading a book on allergies and allergens a couple weeks ago.

    If your friend is allergic to almonds.. there's a high probability that she's allergic to peanuts.

    Actually.. the book conveyed that it's more than likely that she'd be predisposed to violent allergic reactions to peanuts...although peanuts aren't a true Nut (a legume rather)


    My advice?

    Let her try sunflower seeds or pumpkin seeds or something along that line.

    ~Narkissos

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    There is nothing worse than a woman who is allergic to nuts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SwoleCat
    There is nothing worse than a woman who is allergic to nuts.

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    thanks guys...she doesnt have a problem with peanuts but for some reason i didnt think they were as good as others. ill tell her about macadamians and walnuts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SwoleCat
    There is nothing worse than a woman who is allergic to nuts.

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    ROFL.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flexor
    The first time I had heard of that nut was on Friends...urgh
    Too funny, the first thing that came to mind when Macadamia nuts was suggested was that episode of Friends

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    Quote Originally Posted by SwoleCat
    There is nothing worse than a woman who is allergic to nuts.

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    lmao!

    SC strikes again...

    lol@ 'strikes'



    Tina... She's not allergic to peanuts?

    Then it's a go

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