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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Does anyone know if there is anything gluten-free at Taco Bell?? Their web site offers little help.. Or at any other fast food places for traveling?? Im so new at this I just want to scream sometimes.. :(

Thanks for all your help...

Peggy

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As far as I know, Taco Bell is a no-go. Even their chips are made from wheat tortillas. Shame, since I really like Mexican food.

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Yep ~ no Taco Bell ~ that use to be one of my favorites. :( I order a hamburger patty at McDonald's or Burger King... just ask for no bun. I don't eat the cheese or mayo ~ but they are very nice about fixing it for me. You can eat the fries too! Burger King fries their onion rings in a seperate deep fryer.

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Taco Bell has maybe two items you can eat. They'll give you a list but most of it is condiments. Even the beef has wheat in the spices. Find somewhere else to eat.

richard

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Hey Kimberly,

but how do they do that with the prize, if you only buy a hamburger patty without bun? It's already pretty expensive, when you buy a complete hamburger. And one single hamburger hardly ever made me full. So if i buy 2 or three i'm not gonna pay the same prize than for 2 or three complete hamburgers. Then i better eat somewhere else or take my own food with me.

Lots of greetings, Stef

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I don't find it a problem... I get it with lettuce, tomatoe, pickles, onions... makes a good meal. :rolleyes: That and a Diet Coke makes for a happy tummy until dinner! I get the 1/4 lb. patty ~ not the tiny one. THAT would not make a meal! Ha! Hey, when you are out and about, you have to do what you have to do!

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Hey, i didn't even know they had a 1/4 lb patty. I actually thought about the tiny one. Hm, you learn new things every day.

Greetings, Stef

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Taco Bells pinto & cheese is gluten-free

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Don't know if you have Taco John's where you are, but I get bean hard shell (corn) tacos there. Their meat has wheat in the seasoning, their chips and potato ole's are fried in the same fryer as coated chicken strips, so I avoid everything else.

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