Girl Scout Cookies allergener

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But it’s vegan!

2020.03.06 20:18 cookie_ketz But it’s vegan!

I went to go buy some Girl Scout cookies and they were out of the gf ones and I said oh ok thanks though and the mom goes but we have vegan cookies. I said no thanks and she says again but they’re vegan!
The other week I was walking around on campus and there was a pizza party kind of thing for the students and I was called over to join in, I asked do you have gf pizza and they say no but we have vegan and vegetarian. It’s so annoying how people think vegan and gf are interchangeable.
Even at work, I work in the school dining hall and my coworkers don’t even understand. Luckily all the students with allergies are made food in a special allergen free area by the full timers, but the student workers don’t understand cross contamination especially for the vegans/vegetarians and it’s so annoying, we have a lot Hindu and Buddhist students who are strict vegan/vegetarians, and there are some who don’t care about cross contamination but still don’t cross contaminate. That’s a separate rant.
The student workers really don’t know what gluten is and they had to do allergen training. Apparently it went in one ear and out the other.
Like it’s great you’re including the vegans they get left out of a lot of food related activities but you can’t give a celiac or gluten intolerant person vegan food and expect it to be fine.
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2018.08.06 07:44 BONUSBOX My allergist tested me for cannabis at the hospital using weed I brought them

The results were unsurprising. After some painful diarrheaing from a smoothie my gf laced with hemp seeds, constant sneezing when rolling one and a laundry list of other food allergies, I figured I'd get tested again so I booked an appointment.
So I sit with the allergist, who's an older dude. I tell the him I've had a number of allergies develop in my 20s. Cats, dogs, berries, nuts, and so on, including hemp seeds. He asks: "do you smoke the marijuana?" "yes I do" 👉 "Do you have any on you?" "like did I smoke any?" "No, do you have any on you right now?" I was like oh shit this guy is a narc. Nope. "If you have some we can test you with it. What do they call it nowadays? Cannabis, right, right. I want to start testing it here since we're legalizing anyway".
No kidding. They run some other tests and I'm asked to come in for a follow up in two weeks. "Bring some cannabis with you so we can test it. I'm serious." Two weeks pass, and I bring to the hospital actual reefers in jar at the request of the doctor.
I meet with the doctor testing me who asks if she'd be arrested if caught carrying any of it around the city. Technically, it's still illegal in Canada, so yes my clinic/hospital asked me to bring illegal drugs into their office but then again it's so loosely enforced I reassured her it's nothing to worry about.
She prepared the weed by crushing it up in some water, turning it into a kinda grassy paste. She also thoughtfully brought hemp seeds from her home to test me as well. If you never had an allergy test before, you're basically given a number of pin pricks on which they expose to different extracts using eye droppers. Seeing as they don't even test for hemp at the clinic, they had to improvise:
That right there are two massive, veiny welts that formed in front of my eyes. The bottom being crushed up hemp seeds and the top being of course the primo girl scout cookies I brought in.
At that point it no longer took a doctor to tell me i'm hugely allergic to the proteins in cannabis. "So what does this mean?" "Well, your body is rebelling" lol. "MARIJUANA" 30mm massive shit welt.
The allergist walked in and asked if the test went according to plan and suggested they keep my herbs for future tests. He was pretty pleased I followed through with the whole thing and even thanked me cause it'd look good for a report or paper he was writing.
Apparently as with many allergens, repeated exposure can make you allergic. Having been a stoner for over a decade now, the weed has finally caught up with my allergy-prone system. Like with any plant, even small town folk who've never touched weed can become sensitized to it through local hemp farming. Spores in the air, etc. edit: pollen
Anyway so that's my thing now. I still smoke but I'm sticking to concentrates and pens. The lack of plant matter in extracts means the cannabis proteins are broken up enough that there is no noticeable reaction. The allergy is not to THC thankfully but that too is medically possible for some.
The doctor believes that in combustion it's likely the smoke causing irritation and not the weed itself. I imagine the same reaction in my lungs as seen on my arms would mean I'd be ded.
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2012.01.25 06:10 ladykampkin Sign the petition for an allergen-free Girl Scout Cookie!

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