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Use this as a starting point only, only you can deside what is safe.
You may want to plan ahead if your visiting a resturant.
Visit off peek hours when staff are less busy to answer your allergy questions
It is fine, and often done, is bring your own food that your not allergic to.
Any resturant can have cross contamination issues, it is up to you to asses your risk level.
If you print off allergy guides, bring and date them, so you know how old they are.
Some leave their Epi-pens on the table so staff can see them
Tell your server first thing that you or your family member has an allergy
Allergy information or guides from Restaurants, milk free and other allergyns at resturants. There are many allergy cards on the market. These help explain food allergies to restaurant staff. If you print out lists of safe foods, write the date on it so you know how old your list is. Only you can deside if it is safe, ask questions.
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