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 Post subject: Eating Out
PostPosted: Thu May 25, 2006 12:39 am 
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Joined: Thu Mar 09, 2006 1:51 am
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Location: Vancouver
I have been leary on eating out, but we have started to venture out. A & W is great as their baby burgers have no egg, dairy or seseme. You can get a full ingrient. list. Also, the Earl's franchise is great. They do have peanuts in their kitchen but are very good about allergies. Tip: If we want to try a new place, I call ahead about 2 or 3 pm (when they are not busy) and ask to speak to the manager. I explain my situation and ask them to give me options that work. Many restaurants go on our "no" list because of their lack of knowledge or lack of options. When I get to the restaurant, I then go over the issues again with the waitress.
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Daughter with peanut, egg, dairy allergy
Daughter with asthma and egg allergy


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