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Meeting Dietary Restrictions as a Chef Is Not Just Good Business, It's The Right Thing to Do

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One of the commitments I made early on in my career as a chef was to accommodate dietary restrictions of any kind at my restaurant and bed and breakfast.

I had first-hand experience with how challenging and demoralizing it could be to be affected by a food allergy when my mother-in-law was diagnosed with celiac disease in 1997.

While her symptoms were finally being managed and she felt a thousand percent better, she lost something that many take for granted — the ability to safely enjoy a meal at a restaurant.

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