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inlove23 inlove23 5 years
I agree Tivo.
inlove23 inlove23 5 years
I agree Tivo.
danakscully64 danakscully64 5 years
Most servers know off the top of their head how the food is cooked (like beans in a Mexican food restaurant), so don't be afraid to ask. I was a server for 3 years, I didn't mind getting asked a few questions. You can even call in advance or e-mail the company to find these things out. I'm a vegetarian, I e-mail first, then double check at the restaurant.
insanitypepper insanitypepper 5 years
My most useful tip is to not be afraid to go outside of your comfort zone to find something that meets your nutritional needs. Experimenting with new dishes can be very rewarding.
onlysourcherry onlysourcherry 5 years
I totally agree. Especially if you're out with coworkers, that could be really irritating! I think you're better off just eating half and saving the other half for the next day.
onlysourcherry onlysourcherry 5 years
I totally agree. Especially if you're out with coworkers, that could be really irritating!I think you're better off just eating half and saving the other half for the next day.
benheld benheld 5 years
Same here!
benheld benheld 5 years
Same here!
TiVo TiVo 5 years
Am I the only one who can't make myself ask the servers if something is cooked in oil, butter, or lard? I would feel like such a tool!
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