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hez

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I am looking for a safe place to eat around San Pedro. My friend noticed there is an In and Out in San Pedro. Anyone try this location or had experience with In Out? Any advice would be helpful.

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Hez

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I am looking for a safe place to eat around San Pedro. My friend noticed there is an In and Out in San Pedro. Anyone try this location or had experience with In Out? Any advice would be helpful.

Thanks,

Hez

In N Out has great burgers- get the protein style (no bun), or bring along a Kinnickinnick bun. Their fries are made in a fries only fryer, so they are safe, too. I am very sensitive, and have eaten there many times.


Gluten free is not so bad! If you are new, hang it there, it gets easier!

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I feel the safest eating at In N Out when I go out. The only gluten in the whole restaurant is the bun. The buns are grilled separately from the meats. They are always so helpful too, so I ask them to be sure my meat doesn't touch the bun in the bag with my family's burgers and they do it. They don't fry anything else but their fries which are made of just plain potatoes. Even their shakes are gluten free too! We might go there tonight.


Lots of doctors diagnosed me with lots of things including IBS, lactose intolerance, wheat intolerance, and quite a few of them threw up their hands in total confusion.

Had GI symptoms, allergy symptoms and unexplained illness my whole life.

Jan. 2010 Diagnosed celiac at the age of 40.

Ready to get well and get on with my life!

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Like everyone else so far, I've had no problems with In N Out. I haven't been to the specific one in San Pedro you mentioned, but I've been to at least eight different locations since going gluten-free, and every single time has been great. In N Out is probably the only fast food place out there that prides themselves on their great customer service -- I think they'll take good care of you.

Order what you want "protein style." The only risk of cross-contamination, really, is from the sauce they put on the buns as they will be using the same spatula to put it on your lettuce wrap. If it's not too busy, let them know your concern and they'll take care of you. That said, it's generally ridiculously busy, so you may want to tell them no sauce and just add your own ketchup or mustard. It depends on how much risk you want to take.

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best place to eat on the road! I do mine no sauce just in case cause everyone here knows how super duper sensitive I am to CC but i've never gotten sick from them and I just put my own ketchup and mustard on and it's great :)


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I haven't been to one for a while, according to one of the other posts I've seen, you can get the sauce in individual packets to put on your sandwich as well.

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Definitely request separate bags if you're ordering with glutenous people. I generally do not get sick at In N OUt and I've eaten at several in SoCal and even in Vegas. :)


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