So, I know this topic has been touched on quite a bit here and there, but I thought it might be good to get everyone that might need it back up to speed, as well as ask a few of my own questions!
Most of us know that we can visit City Hall on Main Street to have cast members let us know which foods to eat/avoid in regards to any allergies we may have. But how is that information given? Do we carry around packets of paper listing allergen-free foods in each of the restaurants? How specific will their solutions be for your incredibly specific allergies?
My good friend is coming out for a visit in early May, and he's got a great-granddaddy of an allergy where he can't eat soy, soy lecithin, MSG, vegetable oil, canola oil, or gluten.
And, just to be clear... I'm not here expecting answers on what dishes he can eat from you guys. I understand thats unreasonable! Just thought I'd offer a hopefully more permanant place for these kind of things to be discussed than in the past.