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easillys

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Hello,
My question is if someone has a peanut allergy can they eat food cooked in a fryolator that has cooked a chimi style item with peanut sauce in it. I am pretty sure they can't and shouldn't take the chance but it is tought to believe that 350 degrees won't kill anything. Please and thanks so much
 

Alix

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If their allergy is severe enough, no they can't. Don't take a chance on it. Its not worth it.
 

taxlady

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Hello,
My question is if someone has a peanut allergy can they eat food cooked in a fryolator that has cooked a chimi style item with peanut sauce in it. I am pretty sure they can't and shouldn't take the chance but it is tought to believe that 350 degrees won't kill anything. Please and thanks so much

It's not a question of killing things. It's trace element type stuff.

Ask them. It will depend on the severity of the allergy. Make sure they have an epipen handy.
 

PrincessFiona60

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Hello,
My question is if someone has a peanut allergy can they eat food cooked in a fryolator that has cooked a chimi style item with peanut sauce in it. I am pretty sure they can't and shouldn't take the chance but it is tought to believe that 350 degrees won't kill anything. Please and thanks so much

Absolutely not! Unless you like seeing them "maybe" not being able to breathe. Nut and egg allergies are NOT something you guess about and if someone tells you the heat will kill it off, they have NO idea what they are talking about.
 

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