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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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On the east coast we have Legal Seafood restaurants and I know they have one in Palm Beach, Florida too.

I was in one today and I asked if they had a gluten free menu and she said not now but in about 3 weeks we will, we've all been trained about it and are very aware of gluten problems and allergy issues. She told me to pick something I wanted to eat and she would discuss it with the chef. I choose a tuna lunch with veggies and it said it would be served on pilaf... (I know I can't eat pilaf but I wanted to see if they knew.

Well she came out and told me that I could get it on wild rice or jasmine rice but that the pilaf had gluten in it. She also told me they use seperate utensils to make and and such. I'm going to guess they did it exactly right because I ate it hours ago and I feel wonderful.

Susan

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I think its wonderful not only that they "will" have a gluten-free menu but that the staff is knowledgeable about Celiac, that seems to be very rare around here. Many restaurants have a gluten-free menu but their staff knows nothing about it!

I am glad you have found a safe place to eat.

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