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Commandments Of gluten-free Eating Out
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Mods- feel free to move this if it's in the wrong place.

I was posting on a PF Changs thread and thought, we should have the commandments of eating out - restaurant or others house.

Thou shall order the gluten free dessert.

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Thous shalt calleth the restaraunt before hand to confirmeth gluten free option, or consulteth thy restataruants webeth site for additional info-eth.

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Thou shall never trust a waiter with a confused, dazed look in his eyes after the mentioning of "gluten-free."

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Thou shall order the gluten free dessert.

Thou shall eat dessert first, just in case...

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Thou shalt have snack in your pocket. Justeth in case.

Thou shalt remember you are eating out to enjoy the company not the salad.

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Thou shall never trust a waiter with a confused, dazed look in his eyes after the mentioning of "gluten-free."

AMEN!!!

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Thou shalt have snack in your pocket. Justeth in case.

:lol: :lol: :lol:

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Thou shalt have snack in your pocket. Justeth in case.

Thou shalt remember you are eating out to enjoy the company not the salad.

Divinely inspired! :P

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If thy waitress with the dazed look assures you that something is Gluten free, thou shalt ask her if she is willing to bet thy's life on that info and is willing to stick thine leg with an EPI pen if she is wrongeth.

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Eat your entree only if you have no doubts. When it doubteth, sendeth backeth.

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Thou shalt provide managers with praise if waitstaff and cooks deliver a safe, well-prepared meal for thee the first time because they actually understand.

Thou shalt provide managers with complaints if the waitstaff or cooks get thee ill.

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Thou shalt not let thy non-gluten free companions touch your food. Thou shalt slappith their hands if they try.

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Thou shalt not let thy non-gluten free companions touch your food. Thou shalt slappith their hands if they try.

Smite the gluteny sinner! :P

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Thou shalt ask if the fries and or chips are fried in the same oil with other breaded items. Thou shalt assure thy fast food worker they will not get into trouble if they tell you the truth before hand despite the restaurant's policy that the fries are "supposed to be" made in separate fryers.

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Smite the gluteny sinner! :P

LOL! Thou shalt not kiss thy non-gluten free significant other after the meal. They shalt undergo a purification ritual of teeth brushing first. Else they be uncleanth and shall contaminate you with their gluteny uncleaness.

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Thou shalt not allow thy dining companions to disparage thy eating requirements.

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yeahth for the desserth firstist

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yeahth for the desserth firstist

And secondeth??? :D

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LOL! Thou shalt not kiss thy non-gluten free significant other after the meal. They shalt undergo a purification ritual of teeth brushing first. Else they be uncleanth and shall contaminate you with their gluteny uncleaness.

HAHAHA! I shall showeth thy commandment unto mine husband, who shalt hide it in his heart, lest he tempt me beyond that which I am able to withstand! :D

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HAHAHA! I shall showeth thy commandment unto mine husband, who shalt hide it in his heart, lest he tempt me beyond that which I am able to withstand! :D

:lol: :lol: :lol:

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Thou shalt looketh under the lettuce for sneaky croutons.

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Thou shalt not consider thyself a pain in the arse for insisting that all sustenance be made safe for thy consumption.

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Thou shalt not consider thyself a pain in the arse for insisting that all sustenance be made safe for thy consumption.

Amen!

I love this thread! <_<

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