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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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tombo713    0

Hi, is a cheeseburger with all the fixings ok to eat? I 'd have it with ketchup,pickles, and onions. I'm curious to eat there. I have tried MC'ds successfully.


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darlindeb25    5
:rolleyes: otay---my son is a McDonalds store manager--nothing ever goes in the fry oil except french fries and hashbrowns and yes, the hashbrowns are gluten-free too :P --i have had them--they say the burgers are safe too, but i worry that the person turning the burgers may have used that turner on buns too, so i havent tried that <_< , i also understand the shakes are ok, but one isnt and i think it is chocalate, but not sure ;) -----now i know that wendy's frosty's are gluten-free :) and i often have their baked potato with cheese and have never gotten ill---------burger king is another story, their fryers are not exclusive to just fries to my, knowledge--i also have another son who works at burger king ;)---eating at a fastfood place will always be a risk, we are only as safe as the servers, not that they do it on purpose, but they just dont know :ph34r: --------------i wish i was rich instead of beautiful :lol: right, anyways, if i had money i would start a change of gluten-free restautants for all of us--deb

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cdevane    0

I received some conflicting info in regards to McDonalds. When I spoke with one of their reps in corporate recently, I was told that the patties were seasoned, which was not guaranteed gluten-free.

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