Have you eaten 100% compliant at ANY chain restaurant?


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-Genghis grill is about as close as I can find. You can ask that they not saute your food in any oil. Chipotle is really close, as you can request anything you want not cooked in oil.

-Whole foods is my go to "out to eat" place as they list the ingredients for everything on their hot bar/salad bar/ barbecue bar.

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I have seen several people talk about Panera Bread and their 'Hidden Menu'. I think the steak breakfast bowl is compliant and the Steak wraps (without pesto) are complaint. I have not tried them myself but it's nice to know I have that as an option.

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If you order a bunless burger at Five Guys, they will serve it to you on a nice lettuce wrap. I do not know if they grill their bugers using oil or butter.

Edit: I see here that Five Guys confirms they do not grill burgers in oil or butter, so choose your toppings carefully and it should be compliant. Note that their beef is neither organic nor grass-fed, so your burgers at home will be healthier.

http://forum.whole9l...__fromsearch__1

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If you live in an area with a Chop't.... (i know they are in NYC and DC), you can get compliant items in your salad and use avocado and balsamic or lemon and olive oil... (or all four, if you are me!) for your dressing.

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What can I eat at Gordon Biersch? I have to go to a lunch there on Friday and I am terrified! I think I can have the Salmon and their mixed veggies. Any suggestions?

One of my friends used to be the executive chef at a Gordon Biersch and they cook pretty much ALL of their menu items daily from scratch, so you have a better chance of being able to adjust your meal based on dietary restrictions... Also, that means they also really know what goes into each item unlike many other restaurant/bars!!

Hope that helps!

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