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Peanut-free Cheat Sheet

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A take-it-with-you guide to common peanut sources.

foods to watch

artificial nuts

beer nuts

cold pressed / expeller pressed peanut oil

 mixed nuts

goobers, goober peas

 monkey nuts

ground nuts

 nut meat

madelonas (peanuts soaked in almond flavoring)

 nut pieces/ nutmeat

peanut butter

 peanut flour

 Nu Nuts

Earth nuts

common hidden sources

baked goods

chili sauce

candy (chocolate candy & candy bars)

hot sauce

chili

pesto

egg rolls

gravy

enchilada sauce

salad dressings

marzipan

puddings

Mole sauce

pies

nougat

fried food (peanut oil)

African, Asian, Mexican, Thai dishes*

specialty pizzas

meat substitutes

glazes and marinades

ice creams, frozen desserts

cooking oils

spaghetti sauce

 potato chips (fried in peanut oil)

 prepackaged cheese & crackers

 breakfast cereals

chocolate chips

food from bulk bins

granola & energy bars

trail mix

yogurt covered raisins

dried fruit

orange juice with plant sterols

graham crackers/graham cracker crust

other nut butters

 

words to watch

arachis, arachic oil, arachis hypogaea

hypogaeic acid

peanut protein hydrolysate

hydrolyzed vegetable protein

hydrolyzed plant protein

  lupine or lupinus albus (cross-reactive to peanuts)

 plant sterols

 

non-food sources

pet food & treats

scented markers, crayons

lawn fertilizer

pellets for pellet stoves

potting soil (ground peanut shells)

cleaners and air fresheners

bagged flower seeds

cosmetics**

mulch 

vitamins

compost additives

baby diaper creams**

bean bag chairs

massage oils**

hackey sacks

medicine flavors

charcoal

exfoliaters

wallboard

sunscreens and tanning oils**

fireplace logs

 burlap bags

 wild bird seed

lotions and face creams** 

   

*Not all dishes in these cuisines contain peanuts.
**Look for the words Arachis or Arachic Oil on the label.
Last modified on Tuesday, 06 May 2014 16:51
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