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Food allergies, part 2

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Saw an earliier thread about shellfish allergies and didn't want to divert it.

My severe penicillin allergy makes it risky to eat cheeses fermented with the pen. bacteria (blue cheese family: eg. gorgonzolla). What would be the easiest way to discover the ingredients to suspect dishes? Do I carry a card with my concern in Italian?

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