For the Mindlin family, living with peanut allergies is like living in a minefield. They never know when their 6-year-old daughter, Maya, might accidentally eat a trace of peanut that would put her in shock.
"It's very stressful and difficult, and adds an extra layer to everything we do that other people just don't experience," said Jill Mindlin.
That's why there is a race among researchers to find an allergy-free peanut, considered the holy grail of sorts in food science.
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