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Eating Out

When eating out, make sure to let the waiter/waitress know what your allergies are. You will find that most people aren't immediately aware that dairy means milk, butter, yoghurt and cheese, and that it may be in other ingredients as well, so you may have to explain in detail, and ask them to check with the chef if they're not sure.

If you have a serious allergy, it may be best to avoid eating out altogether - dairy and eggs work their way into so many foods, and it's difficult to be absolutely sure that your message has reached the kitchen and that the chef has checked every ingredient for dairy.

You will find that it's easier to avoid dairy and eggs in some types of restaurants than others:

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