scratching head … then she doesn’t have an “eggwhite allergy”, she has a pesticide allergy.
If she had an egg allergy then it wouldn’t matter if the eggs were organic or not, she’d still be allergic.
This sort of cavalier use of the word “allergy” really cranks my handle, because it makes it more difficult for those of us who really do need to avoid certain foods :mad:
Clarify with this woman just WHAT she can or cannot eat, otherwise (assuming she has a real allergy) you just might wind up making her quite sick by accident. If this is a “healthly food” position get that straight - I’ve seen all too many people who maintain their organic diet is required for “allergies” when it’s really a moral/ethical/strongly held dietary belief system. It’s like claiming you’re diabetic to avoid white sugar, when really you just think white sugar is unhealthy and shouldn’t be eaten, and in reality you’re perfectly healthy