So today, I’m starting a series that involves killer tips to help make your gluten free dining experience extraordinary.
Okay, maybe extraordinary is stretching it a bit.
Let’s just say I want this series to show you 5 gluten free dining tips that can make your gluten free dining experience a lot safer, more pleasant, and even lighter on your wallet, if you know what I mean (free food and some ridiculous discounts).
How does that sound?
If it sounds awesome, you keep on reading. If not, go away.
This series is going to be broken up into 5 gluten free dining guides that each focuses on one aspect of eating out gluten free
5 Awesome Gluten Free Dining Tips
Each tip is just an intro to each topic. Just click on the link in the titles and you’ll be taken to the complete guide for each tip. Here’s just a brief overview of each restaurant and dining tip.
Tip# 1 – How to eat out gluten-free SAFELY
There’s nothing more risky when it comes to a gluten diet than having to eat out at a restaurant that you are unfamiliar with. First of all, you’re not the one cooking so it’s impossible to be 100% that your meal is gluten free. Second of all, you can’t always be sure that the restaurants, chefs, waiters/waitresses, and managers know how to handle a gluten free dieter. So what do you do to ensure a safe gluten free restaurant experience? You most definitely should consider following some super helpful tips and advice.
Navigating a restaurant’s menu is sometimes a little tricky if you’re on a gluten free diet. Some you can tell right off the bat have gluten in them, other’s not so much. Here’s a listing of some of the best dishes on any restaurant menu that is sure to be almost 99% gluten free.
Wouldn’t it be nice to enjoy a meal that normally costs $50 to only cost $25? I mean that’s $25 of free food that you can use to….I don’t know…buy more food! But how exactly can this be accomplished? Do you have to “know” someone on the inside? Do you have to go to this restaurant 100 times in order to gather enough loyalty points? Nope. Here’s a little taste: giftcards, daily deals websites, and credit cards. Tempted to learn how? Check out my secrets!
Before you go out to eat at a restaurant that you know isn’t 100% gluten free, you need to absolutely make sure you do these 5 things. It’s always best to come to battle prepared.
If you are on a gluten free diet, you probably already know the typical foods that contain gluten: breads, beer, pastas, sandwiches, etc. But did you know that there are quite a number of foods you’d least expect to have gluten? Check out this list. It just might surprise you.
So to wrap things up…
Although these gluten free restaurant tips may seem simple, they can be very powerful, and best of all, they will save you an awful and painful trip to the bathroom.
And of course, you can get some other great gluten free eating out tips from the pros. Highly recommended!