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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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They can make just about any of their burgers gluten-free. They use the Jensen's buns, which I like a lot better than Udi's. They can even do their sandwiches gluten-free, (BLT SOOOOO GOOD!). They even have gluten-free onion rings! They have separate fryers for the tater tots, fries and onion rings. They are so great with preventing cross contamination. They have gluten free beer as well! Nom nom nom!

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Great to know! I saw your post about Red Robin - last time we were there, they added that cross-contamination disclaimer- which made me nervous! I think they're all different as far as separate work areas, etc - and the disclaimer was for all Red Robins. But I will definitely try Blue Moon - and order some onion rings and beer with that burger!!

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I went there recently as well and was impressed. It was so nice to go out and have fries! I felt so normal again.

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