Allergen Free Dining in French Restaurants
Publication date: January 2011
Digital Book format: PDF (Adobe DRM)
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Allergen Free Dining in French Restaurants empowers individuals and hospitality professionals with detailed knowledge for safe allergen free eating in any French restaurant around the corner or around the world. This easy-to-use eBook facilitates eating experiences for those managing common food allergens such as corn, dairy, eggs, fish, gluten, peanuts, shellfish, soy, tree nuts and wheat. Based on six-plus years of extensive global research & focus group testing, this eBook explores a proven approach to French restaurant cuisine with suggested dishes, meal descriptions and potential food allergen considerations. Each menu item choice also identifies common ingredients, hidden allergens, cross-contamination considerations and food preparation techniques used by chefs across the globe. For quick reference, the menu items are categorized by: starters, soups, salads, egg dishes, beef dishes, chicken dishes, seafood dishes, sides and desserts. To ensure accuracy, rigorous quality assurance testing was conducted with chefs, restaurants and culinary schools worldwide to enable effective communication with French restaurant personnel. The guide also outlines the learning curve associated with special dietary needs as well as the approach to dining out from both the guest and restaurant perspectives. While enriching the quality of life for millions managing special diets, Allergen Free Dining in French Restaurants also empowers family, friends and healthcare practitioners with knowledge about eating out allergen-free in French restaurants anywhere. Recognized with publishing awards such as Best Healthy Eating, Wellness, Diet, Health, Travel, First Non-Fiction and Classic Reference, the 9-time award winning Let's Eat Out! series endorsed by celiac/coeliac & food allergy associations worldwide. It has also been featured in 250-plus magazines, newspapers, radio & TV shows and available in over 60 countries.