Can You Trust Gluten-Free Restaurant Items?By
Cooking a gluten-free meal isn’t as simple as plucking out the croutons. Even if the ingredients are gluten-free, avoiding cross-contamination from other things in the kitchen means having separate utensils and prep areas, not to mention special training of staff—significant undertakings in restaurant environments whose employees must be reminded to wash their hands. The problem, in other words, is the preparation.
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