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Old Nov 20, 12, 5:28 pm
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Doc Savage
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I would simply assume that the sauce has been applied to the steak prior to loading it onto the aircraft. Even if it hasn't, they might run out of the steak before serving your companion.

I suggest your companion bring his/her own food, as it seems there are multitudinous food issues for that passenger, and the only way to be sure is to bring his/her own.

The other option is to pre-order a special meal which has neither mushrooms nor fish nor anything else noxious. http://www.aa.com/i18n/travelInforma...ecialMeals.jsp

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