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There is one of three things making me so nauseous immediately after eating them: dietz and watson honey turkey, alfalfa sprouts, or hellman's mayo. I am casein intolerant as well as gluten intolerant. I don't know why sprouts would make me sick.. but who knows. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Maybe the mayo was a little off? Not sure. I know that we had an alfalfa sprout "alert" here on the West Coast a couple of years ago. I can't remember why, but I stopped eating them and haven't gone back to them. It could just be plain old food poisoning. I'd toss the remaining mayo, sprouts and turkey and buy some fresh. If the same thing happens again, avoid 'em for a while and then eat them individually to identify the culprit.

Feel better!

H.

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I would suspect the mayo first. It doesn't take much for it to turn, and even if it's just a little bit bad, it will make you sick.

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