I have a 14 year-old who was allergy tested at 6 months old for eczema and was positive to tree nuts, peanuts, beans, fish, shellfish, eggs, peaches and peas. He strictly avoids all these foods. When he was older, around middle school age, he had a cookie that had oats, raisins, but it had no nuts, and he had coughing, vomiting, and passed out. They checked the ingredients and there were no nuts in it. I tested him and he had a reaction to peanut, 25/45 with pseudopods, with an IgE of 6.19, Ara h 1 0.35 kU/L, Ara h 2 2.89 kU/L, Ara h 3 0.14 kU/L, Ara h 8 <0.10 kU/L, Ara h 9 0.37 kU/L. Green pea showed 3/20, serum IgE 2.08. Multiple skin reactions with corresponding IgE elevations to tree nuts. He has never eaten peas, and he has spit out peas from dishes his mom has made for the rest of the family with no symptoms. Would you challenge him to green peas?