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To avoid such mishaps I always tell my server I'm allergic to dairy. That puts them on guard.
Hi Christine

I agree that a specific email is the way to go. I have done this successfully in the past with local restaurants and I listed what I can and will eat as well as foods that I do not want to eat. This avoids confusion as some people assume if you're avoiding dairy then you must be gluten-free! Or they don't realise dairy means all of milk, butter, cream, yoghurt etc. I refer to avoiding dairy specifically, but you're right: a lot of places use coconut oil too.

Take care, the retreat sounds really good, Sue
MS dx 1989, OMS Jan 2013
thanks again for the supportive comments. There are bound to be slip-ups I guess.
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