I'm not sure why, but sometimes if I eat cucumbers or watermelon, it makes my throat swell up a bit. Not all the time, maybe 1/20 for watermelon and 1/10 for cucumbers. It makes it slightly harder to breathe, like someone was pressing on my neck a little and takes a long time to go away. It only lasts a few hours if was already taking allergy medication of some sort. Once it happened when I drank lemonade I made that contained orange peel as well, but only one time, I usually use peel and it never bothers me, nor has it since. It seems to vary in how bad it is each time, and I know I'm definitely intolerant of something. All fruits and vegetables are washed fairly well before eating them. Also, I can't eat strawberries from the store, because they make me very sick and get terrible cramps. Feels like when you get food poisoning and have a really bad gutache. Ones that grow in the garden are normally fine. Never been able to eat any food product containing strawberry fruit pieces since I was little and ate some really unripe ones. I also have very bad pollen allergies, and I'v been avoiding going outside as much as possible for a week or two because of how bad it's been the last few times. Zyrtec is getting less effective if I take it more then 1 day in a row now. Claritan stopped working completely after winter a few years ago. Going to get one of those washable masks that says it works for dust, mold and pollen (https://amzn.com/B009R9OL1E) and see if it helps when I go outside. Otherwise I feel like when someone has a bad cold and it lasts days. Maybe I should go see a doctor to find out exactly what my outdoor allergies are. PS: Anyone else have a non-explainable reaction to a vegetable or fruit that dosen't happen every time?