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It Means “Good For Your Glutes,” Right?

, , , | Working | August 9, 2020

I am a celiac and this sort of thing happens more times than it should. A group of us are ordering food from a local restaurant. I call ahead to see if something can be made gluten-free. Some restaurants can do this upon request.

Me: “Good afternoon. I was wondering if your serving of chips can be made as a gluten-free option?”

Employee: “Gluten-free? You mean like vegetarian?”

Me: “Oh, no worries. Bye.”

I hung up. It does worry me that someone working in a restaurant does not know what gluten-free means.