1. If you had a peanut allergy, you were probably semi-deprived as a child. Reese’s, peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, peanut brittle and anything fried in peanut oil. Or anything that could contain peanuts, was off the menu for you. For years, doctors advised parents to wait till three-years-old to introduce peanuts to their children’s diet.
2. Well, that was ill-advised. Recent studies have shown feeding babies peanuts earlier can reduce peanut allergies.In fact, the National Institute of Health said that parents could start feeding their little ones peanuts as early as 4 to 6 months. Still, don’t give you baby a whole peanut, it's a choking hazard.
3. The real questions are: Jiffy vs Skippy? Crunchy vs Creamy?