[Sca-cooks] Lethal drinks

Dragon dragon at crimson-dragon.com
Mon Jul 21 13:09:31 PDT 2008

Audrey Bergeron-Morin wrote:
> > steak and that steak comes with a house salad, should
> > I assume it doesn't have bay shrimp in it, even though
> > it's not noted on the menu?  That happened to me.  A
>Yes, but this conversation was about a packaged product listing all
>ingredients. Any good restaurant will be able to tell you what's in
>the dishes they're serving. Having ingredient lists would work well
>for McDonald's, but not for the small restaurants that cook according
>to what looks good at the market that day...
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And this brings it back to knowing what your own dietary 
need/restrictions are and choosing accordingly. In a case like this, 
the person allergic to X can ask if anything he/she is contemplating 
ordering contains X.

Due to the great visibility of these issues in recent times (hence 
the new labelling requirements), most restaurants are very happy to 
answer such questions truthfully as they certainly have no desire to get sued.


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