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Good to know! I wonder if they use the same oil for chicken nuggets/strips and fries...

I haven't tried McDonald's fries since gluten-free - there doesn't seem to be a clear consensus on safety.

Anything made in a fryer in a fast-food restaurant is taking a real gamble.

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Anything made in a fryer in a fast-food restaurant is taking a real gamble.

According to McDonald's website their fries contain a meat flavoring that has wheat in it. I want to trust the BK fries, but I remember everytime I used to order them prior to going gluten-free I would get a random onion ring or two mixed in.

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For a long time we had no problems at BK. But the last two times were bad. Salad with cheese on it. That never happened before. And buns on the burgers. The lady even had the audacity to say I never told her "no buns". The manager freaked and we got the right food but I am not so eager to go back.

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McD's fries have been independently tested as gluten-free. Even the very cautious CSA acknowledges they appear to be safe.

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Good to know! I wonder if they use the same oil for chicken nuggets/strips and fries...

I haven't tried McDonald's fries since gluten-free - there doesn't seem to be a clear consensus on safety.

The menu says that fried items may be fried with items that contain gluten. That is enough answer for me!

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McD's fries have been independently tested as gluten-free. Even the very cautious CSA acknowledges they appear to be safe.

richard

Thanks a bunch, Richard.

When I first started gluten-free eating, I never reacted to the McD fries (and I react to EVERYTHING severely), so I thought it was strange when it came about that they did have gluten. So strange.

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I don't mean this as a bad thing, many people (my family, too)have worked at fast food but: We need to consider who is working (kids, people who don't speak English, etc) & how busy they are. This really applies to all eating out. If we go at the busiest times, its hard for the workers to remember or want to do extra work for our food. It can be hard for teenagers & people who don't speak much English to understand the importance of our requests.

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All I've ever gotten fast-food wise are chocolate frosties from Wendy's and a plain baked potatoes from Arby's and Wendy's which even scared me a little (they were pre-cut and I was iffy on the butter which wasn't separately wrapped or anything). didn't get sick though.

But I'm too cautious to try anything else.

Well I've gotten Five Guy's fries too, but I'm talking about the main fast food joints.

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