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Is is smart to go to a restaurant that makes mostly pizza dishes? A group wants to go to Old Chicago Pizza tonight and I would order the Grande Nachos which are gluten free but if they make their own pizza doe daily, wouldn't there be flour in the air? I heard that some get sick from just walking through a bakery at the grocery store.

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Given that they make pizza dough daily, there will probably be flour in the air. However, that doesn't mean you shouldn't go. If you know the nachos are gluten-free and you are not super sensitive, you should be fine.

Most restaurants and many people's kitchens have flour in them so there is really nowhere that is 100% gluten-free. I have had gluten-free pizza at Uno's and other pizza places that make regular pizza too and have not gotten sick.

I used to be REALLY sensitive); if you get sick very easily, you may want to suggest someplace safer. If you feel comfortable and the nachos are gluten-free, then go!

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