0h_Neptune20 karma2019-07-07 00:34:45 UTC
So my mother is gluten intolerant, and she always asks up front about that sort of thing. The way she sees it, it’s better to just get it out of the way first, rather than maybe make a waiter change the meal or exchange it later. I think your friends would be understanding, especially with your condition being as serious as it is!
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0h_Neptune19 karma2019-07-07 00:56:01 UTC
Yeah that’s kinda how it is with most food. Honestly, meat is good, but if you eat a lot of it it gets tiring just like anything else.
0h_Neptune14 karma2019-07-07 00:51:37 UTC
That’s true. Have you ever tried a Beyond Burger? It’s a plant-based burger that has no meat in it. I personally haven’t, but others have said it tastes very similar to a regular burger patty. It’s pretty pricey, but could serve to let you try it.
Edit: As 4 of you have pointed out, these have a lot of protein in them as well, so not a good choice. I get it. You can stop replying to tell me that now.
0h_Neptune11 karma2019-07-07 00:31:26 UTC
So if you’re curious as to how it tastes, could you try a bite, chew it up and taste it, then spit it out? Or would that be bad too?
0h_Neptune3 karma2019-07-07 14:18:03 UTC
Probably not, that’s true
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