They said they can guarantee the cake was nut free. They would sterilize the equipment, and be sure that no nuts were being handled at the same time. I agree it's not as nice as the nut free bakery, but it's the same sort of thing I do at home.
I'm comfortable with that. I may not have been when she was younger, but I'm OK with it now. I do allow some nuts in the house now, I just keep them away from Emily.
That is perfect then!! We go to friendlys and then do the same thing for Nathan with his ice cream...wear gloves, steralize his cup, spoon, scooper, everything, open new packages of stuff to make sure nothing gets contaminated.
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