Beaches and Cream....Gluten free?

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  1. peainapod

    peainapod Mouseketeer

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    Do they have gluten free?
     
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  3. dawnball

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    Last time I was there, I'd say "decent". They can make some of the sundaes gluten free. They'd probably clean a milkshake machine so you could have a gluten free shake. I think they offered us bunless burgers and baked fries. They at least occasionally have gluten free buns. It took a long time to get a chef, I think he came from another restaurant, and I know our food was cooked in another kitchen and brought over.
     
  4. Roxychica7

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    You can always call to ask. They are very good about allergies in general. I do know they have dairy free ice cream there , but not sure about the no gluten
     
  5. clanmcculloch

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    There's no such thing as a gluten free malt. Malt by definition is barley based which means gluten. You can get gluten free milkshakes but not malts. If a restaurant is telling you that they're giving you a gluten free malt then run, do not walk, to the exit.

    I already answered on the disabilities board with some details about B&C.
     
  6. dawnball

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    OMG, I can't believe I wrote that. Thank you for catching it! The thought started as "milkshake machine so you could have a malt-free shake", and I decided that wasn't clear about the malt-cross contamination issue. What I ended up with was even worse.

    This is what I get for posting while taking muscle relaxants. Yes, there is no such thing as a gluten-free malt, and I'd run like heck from that too.

    I'll also add that IME "wash" involves a cloth that may or may not have been used to clean up allergen-laden messes and stored in a bucket of sanitizer, then a rinse with a cup of soda water spun on the machine (like it was a shake).
     

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