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5/7/13 3:38 A

My little grandson has severe allergies to nuts, amongst other things. My daughter gets him a nut-free spread which is much like nuts, but just doesn't have them in it. Maybe you could use something like that as the alternative. You could also turn off your Meal Planner and use your own foods/recipes.

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5/7/13 12:28 A

Unfortunately Spark doesn't have settings for every possible allergy or intolerance. For instance, I can't get dairy-free meal plans. You'll have to just keep substituting for them when they come up.

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5/6/13 11:47 P

Where can I put I have a nut allergy so it stays out of my Meal plan so it stops coming up?

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