bratdoll Posted November 6, 2012 Share Posted November 6, 2012 So, just when I got excited with the idea of being able to eat Qdoba or Chipotle (sans rice, cheese, beans) I am let down. I looked both of them up to see "allergen info" and its so nice that both companies show if gluten/soy/milk/eggs/nuts are ingredients in any of their foods (as well as a breakdown of which for what food) Chicken, steak, even the gosh darn veggies all contain soybean oil! The only safe thing, Whole30 compliant, is the lettuce and the guacamole (which I haven't gotten adventurous enough to try, but was planning if I ate at either of these places). All I wanted was meat, veggies, peppers, cilantro, salsa and lettuce (and maybe the guacamole!) So I guess my questions are: First, does anyone know if this amount of soybean oil is enough to cause me to go off track? I don't want to be noncompliant, so I guess any amount equals noncompliant. But geez. I can't imagine that the chicken is cooking in cups or even tablespoons full of it. And second, if I need to steer clear of these places, does anyone know a good place to go and still be compliant? How do we know if certain things are cooked in certain oils? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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