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PostPosted: Wed Feb 07, 2007 11:27 pm 
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Oh wow, fast food without soy - what a concept.

I'm usually pretty good about regular cooking, but a chicken nugget or two wouldn't go afoul (waah, waah) when I'm up against deadline on a certain allergy magazine.

Karen, I'm going to try thinning down the sp fries, see if that works. Thanks for the hint.

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 08, 2007 9:51 am 
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Julie - YES! Those are the ones we buy. Both my kids love them, but they've never tasted real soy filled nuggets! I find you can really taste the corn in these ones. They are fine for sesame allergy though. I saw they also have bread crumbs which look like they'd be safe too. I've never seen them though on shelves. I'm not sure if all Dominions carry them. I was at mine a few months ago and they had just started stocking the Alphatots (letter fries as they're refered to here) and the sweet potato fries. The manager happened to be in this section and we got to talking and I asked her about the chicken cutletts - so she's been ordering them in regularly now. I've also found the Ian products at Superstore. Normally less expensive there, but when Dominion has them on sale it's a better deal:)

They've really become a staple in our house.

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 08, 2007 9:50 pm 
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Make sure to get the allergy free! ones because they have regular ones, too. Some stores have them in separate places but some have them side by side and they can get mixed together.


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