Gluten Sensitivity. Gluten Sensitivity isfunny.net/instagram-cute-goodmorning-cover/. WITH. as someone who works in the food industry, my biggest pet peeve is when someone tells you that they are allergic to gluten, soy, onions, corn, don't like grains funny
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#5 - mitosis
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as someone who works in the food industry, my biggest pet peeve is when someone tells you that they are allergic to gluten, soy, onions, corn, don't like grains, and have a vegan diet.   
   
WHAT CAN YOU EAT?!?
as someone who works in the food industry, my biggest pet peeve is when someone tells you that they are allergic to gluten, soy, onions, corn, don't like grains, and have a vegan diet.

WHAT CAN YOU EAT?!?
#14 to #5 - anon id: 34229096
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(07/27/2014) [-]
Whip your dick out
???
Profit
#20 to #5 - mygfspillow
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That was me when i was young. I was allergic to wheat, dairy, soy, and a few other things but not badly. It made it really hard to go out to eat. My mom used to make special "bread" (no idea how) that I could eat. It is a lot easier now for people to eat with all the options at restaurants and markets such as Whole Foods. But it is tough.
#50 to #5 - anon id: 30e06658
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**anonymous rolled image** You eat leaves.
#25 to #5 - junahi
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Well that's almost literally me, so I just rather don't eat outside. Only home food
Sadly it makes social life kinda hard.
#41 to #5 - angeredyeti
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Weird, godawful food that has brown and wild rice flour in it. My father's ******* insane girlfriend is allergic to all those things. You get used to it after a while but soon you start to remember what kinds of foods you lost. It's maddening.
Weird, godawful food that has brown and wild rice flour in it. My father's ******* insane girlfriend is allergic to all those things. You get used to it after a while but soon you start to remember what kinds of foods you lost. It's maddening.
User avatar #78 to #41 - instalation
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Well, I guess you know why she's ******* insane then?
User avatar #24 to #5 - makotoitou
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Chinese restaurant worker here, nothing gets me going more than "No soy."

Oh you want chinese food without soy sauce, which is used in ******* everything?
#38 to #24 - anon id: e2bfdff8
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sweet'n'sour, tempura, and white rice. BAM.
User avatar #39 to #38 - makotoitou
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Tempura is japanese you smuck.
User avatar #54 to #39 - emiyashirou
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(07/27/2014) [-]
Technically it's Portuguese.
User avatar #98 to #54 - broswagonist
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(07/29/2014) [-]
Thumb for being right.
User avatar #6 to #5 - ishallsmiteyou
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(07/26/2014) [-]
give them a rock on a plate.
User avatar #3 - ubnub
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(07/26/2014) [-]
My brother is a celiac. Its simple. Does it have wheat or not
User avatar #4 to #3 - silverzepher
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servers don't really know the answer to that(the cooks are supposed to have that in its own area, the servers don't make the food), there are a few places that train their servers on their menu, most don't want to wast the time training someone on what does and does not have ingrediantes when their turnover is 25% +
#13 to #4 - ozzysite
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But then none of the cooks speak english and no one knows whats going on.
User avatar #16 to #13 - silverzepher
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hell i had 2 years of culinary exp, i didn't know what was going on and i was one of the best in the class.
User avatar #68 to #4 - ilovetocuddle
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I have a food allergy to eggs, the servers just ask the cooks real quick/
User avatar #82 to #68 - silverzepher
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(07/28/2014) [-]
Yes and then the customer gets pissy(most of the time)
User avatar #84 to #82 - ilovetocuddle
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Don't lump us all in with the few bro
User avatar #86 to #84 - silverzepher
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i work in a hotel, i have worked as a server, a peep cook, a dishwasher, i know one thingabout people, they are assholes, people with allergies are bigger ones when they want everyone to feel that they are the most important thing to everyone. people with allergies at thehotel ask 50 questions while my phone is ringing if the hook and expect to be treated better because i have to take 5 seconds to put someone on hold. as a server they would ask 10 questions about everything on the menus, and get pissed when we don't know everything and want to go ask thepeoplewho know so we don't accidentally kill them witha hidden peanut. the other two jobs where not good very long(it was vocational placement for credit). now i have met a few people with allergies that didn't get pissy whenthey weren't treated like a divine being who. ***** pure diamonds, I'vemet moree of the diamond ******* gods than i want to remember
User avatar #87 to #86 - ilovetocuddle
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Regardless, not all people with an allergy are like this. Just like every server isn't good, doesn't mean they're all ****.
User avatar #88 to #87 - silverzepher
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there are only specific places that i refuse to top servers, i do so because they are all dicks, or they don't know **** about anything. i dunno men they don't know who supplied their food i mean like, they don't know that they have curly fries, or that the have chicken strips. do you know how ******* awful it is to have to explain to your server that they do have food in their establishment?

now back to the original point, yes there are some nice people with allergies, but most aredicks to their servers because their time is worth more than their servers, or to people like me who want to avoid people having a ******* stroke at my desk because i take 2 seconds to tell my house keepers "need a room that has no feathers, and hasn't been chemically cleaned in at least 1 week" so that they don't go to their room, keel over and have their spouse sue us, because "i want my room now, whaaaa, whaaa, whaaa"

right now i had to inform a person that if a customer seems overly angry about the charge my manager has me post for a service animal(i know it shouldn't be done, but **** him i am not losing my job over 26.50), and if he gets violent to take themselves or if the area and call the cops if they feel threatened. now in this situation, i am a dick because i did what my owner(they own the hotel, and my money is dependent on that place), theowners are dicks for making me post the fee, the customer is a dick because he just is, and wants everything his way, but the route cause is that people with pretty allergies need to be assured that we deep clean the room. So the can throw their hissy for over the ion smell. do you see what i get to deal with?
User avatar #89 to #88 - ilovetocuddle
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I'm just sayin man. People in general are dicks, not whole groups.
User avatar #90 to #89 - silverzepher
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i assign people to groups, and i can label the groups how i like, good example my dj cousin's "New **** 46"
User avatar #91 to #90 - ilovetocuddle
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you can say every person in the world with an allergy is a cunt, doesn't make it true.
User avatar #92 to #91 - silverzepher
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i can also say that there is an unusually high number of assholes in the group of people with allergies, compared to (for example) fish owners
User avatar #93 to #92 - ilovetocuddle
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my point still stands.
User avatar #94 to #93 - silverzepher
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spirit i have not done a comprehensive study of money if assholes in the allergy community to the fish owner community, that does not make the statement false
User avatar #95 to #94 - ilovetocuddle
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Yet again my point still stand..
User avatar #96 to #95 - silverzepher
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add much as i would love to continue this lovely conversion, i haveother things to do
User avatar #22 to #4 - hourlyb
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Where I work, we're told in case someone asks. Nobody listens because no one ever asks, they can generally tell what stuff has what they're allergic to.
User avatar #83 to #22 - silverzepher
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Yes, but not everyone knows, like do you know if flaun is a dairy or egg product
User avatar #8 to #4 - ubnub
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but if they order it they get incredibly sick, it only takes a few seconds to ask , It is not a major issue and thats why restaurants today are have a celiac menu
User avatar #9 to #8 - silverzepher
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yes many do, the servers have little input on the menu, and the only thing is that the people who ask the questions "is there gluten in this" "does this contain a wheat product" tend to get pissy when the server says, "for your own safety i would like to go ask the chef"
User avatar #10 to #9 - ubnub
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That is not really an issue, my brother who is a celiac works in the restaurant and bartender buisness, his workers all understand his situation and don't have any problem with supplying information on the menu and if a server does not know the basics of the menu then that is quite shamefull to the company, plus most celiacs know what they can and cannot have
User avatar #12 to #10 - ubertaco
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I had no problem with gluten allergies as a server but there were a few that wanted something we made as a normal dish to be gluten free I cant remember the dishes right now but it got annoying because it just wasnt possible and we had a gluten free menu and one guy just wouldnt understand the owner was also the menu creator and was offended when changes were made other than condiments or requesting the dish without cheese so to spare himself from the annoyances he made a gluten free menu
User avatar #11 to #10 - silverzepher
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yes, but not all servers know, i am not saying the server is a bad person for not knowing. what i am saying is that while the server knows that the pasta has a red sauce, and bits of ground meat in it, he/she might not know what type of pasta it is.

useually the kitchen staff have no problem telling their servers what is in something, but the people who tend to ask can be total dicks because they had to wait 5 min for their server to find someone who knew the answer
#23 - nemecyst
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MFW I was eating lunch at a Zen temple and warned them ahead of time of my severe nut allergy but was still served food literally covered in nuts, then when I asked for water saw two big-ass cashews literally resting in the bottom of the kettle filled with water.
#27 to #23 - anon id: 45d14ccf
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its probably because you were being a cunt, just sayin
#28 to #27 - nemecyst
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I was being a cheeky cunt you anonymous plebian, get it right or get out.
User avatar #42 to #23 - sciencexplain
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Sounds like they were trying to kill you. You must have been doing something right.
#1 - robertelee
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**robertelee rolled image**
people need to quit making up diseases
or atleast quit publicizing them in such a mannar that all retards think they are now certified to be a doctor
User avatar #30 - unstoppablegiggle
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I'm a celiac (******* google it) People who have to ask the waiter do not have a real allergy.
User avatar #71 to #30 - ilovetocuddle
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How so? I'm allergic to eggs, and I ask when I go out to eat always. i like living.
There's no magic way for me to know if that chicken has egg in it. Not being a dick honestly curious.
User avatar #81 to #71 - unstoppablegiggle
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Yeah but you have a general idea, of where the danger lies. I'm talking about people that want a historical rundown of every ingredient.
User avatar #85 to #81 - ilovetocuddle
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Oh. i didn't even know that was a thing.

The only thing I ever ask about specifically is egg wash. ******* never consider what eggwash is made from.
User avatar #97 to #85 - unstoppablegiggle
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Like I said, you know what you're about
#17 - xerodeath
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im a Celiac. and ive pretty much remembered every food in most restaurants that dont contain gluten. and its becomes easy when instead of fries ask for mashed potatoes or rice. its not on the menu but they usually have it in stock and would rather cook it than **** up your insides
#31 - karpalarp
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i have worked in food service for years... gluten allergies are a joke to us... it has actually been proven that unless you have cialiacs disease you do not have an allergy to gluten, a lot of people use the word "allergy" because they just do not like a food... however they do not realize that telling us an allergy doesnt mean just skipping your ******* bun, it means cleaning everything involved with your food and changing gloves and washing hands, wiping down everything and... while this seems like it should be done often, and it is it means in the middle of a 100 person rush we are making your food special... and as a side note... semen is not a thing people are allergic to... neither is spit
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User avatar #35 - gammajk
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"I want boiling water with icecubes in it. The last waiter I got was a real asshole and said he couldn't do it and started going on about some physics einstein crap. I don't give a **** about your thermometer dynamicals, just do it!"
User avatar #55 to #35 - fpsnoob
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I want my soda with ice cubes on bottom, and this retard keeps giving it to me with ice cubes on top.
#29 - lujan
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>Woman comes in my restaurant
>"I have the gluten allergies"
>Me: "Oh, you have celiac disease?"
>"What? I have no diseases."
Shiggity Doo Dah, Diggity Day
User avatar #47 - katothepotato
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It's the ******* balls when you're a server at an Italian restaurant. This is about how the conversation would go for me and customers.
Customer: "Hi yes, what pastas do you offer gluten free?"
Me: "Spaghetti ma'am"
Customer: "You sure you don't have anything else?"
Me: "I'm sure. But we can substitute the gluten-free spaghetti into what ever dish you want."
Customer: "Why don't you have a gluten-free option for every dish?"
Me: "Because that would cost the restaurant too much money ma'am."
Customer: "Is there anything else that is gluten free?"
Me: "Ma'am, you're at Pasta Cafe, EVERYTHING has gluten in it."
*after another 5 to 10 minutes of going over every item having gluten in it, and going over her order*
Me: "Ok, so I have your order written down and I'll place it shortly. Just to let you know, we have to cook the dish fresh because the cooks don't prepare gluten free pasta prior to opening."
*15 to 20 minutes later*
Customer: "WHAT'S TAKING SO LONG!?"
And that's why I'm glad I'm no longer a server at the restaurant.