The Gluten-Free Rush 

In the hurry to accommodate the gluten-free, restaurants may be unknowingly endangering them.

Having a food allergy is not fun. Contrary to popular opinion, the nut-, lactose-, gluten-, soy-, and whatever-else-intolerant a) do not choose the lifestyle and b) do not enjoy scrutinizing labels, grilling servers about ingredients, and generally being paranoid that the next…

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