If all systems are go, give them a call and ask them about they oils they use to cook the dishes you’ve pin pointed, and if their grills are ever at risk of being cross contaminated.Essentially, you need to find out if they’re truly able to accommodate those with allergies or who are Paleo by choice.If they seem to not know what you’re talking about, steer clear – being unintentionally glutened will sap the romance out of a date pretty quickly!Don’t: Try to Debunk The Way We Eat The number one way to stop any potential romance with a Paleo eater is to debunk or attack the diet as a “fad”, or inferior to another way of eating.Those of us that eat this way by choice care more about our health and what we put in our bodies than someone thinking we’re annoying or high maintenance. it’s not our fault, it’s the food system we have in place that makes us eat things we’re not meant to most of which have been heavily genetically modified.Those with allergies have to be careful – it’s not an option not to. Do: Ask The Right Restaurant Questions It is beyond impressive when someone takes initiative and plans a date at all.(BTW, I learned something from your description of sushi and sashimi; I always thought that sushi was raw fish, too).
After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer guys me again I've finally found someone I care about but I'm having a little trouble coping with her eating habits mainly she's extremely picky about what will eat and this bothers me a lot as I am really into food,not a fat slob into grubbing on mcdonalds 24/7 but I mean true culinary differences,small example,suggested sushi "ewww gross I'm not eating raw fish" I then explained that only sushimi is raw fish and there are doezens of other alternatives of "sushi" her response "yeah I'm not eating that" I'm from louisiana I have gone to culinary school and I love everything and am willing to try things at least once her on the other hand is pretty typical of diet meat and potatoes and shrimp,crawfish.This post will give you a few pointers on capturing a Paleo eater’s iron rich heart.Do: Learn The Basics It’s pronounced PAY-LEE-OH, by the way and it will definitely benefit you to gain a rudimentary understanding of what foods are eaten, and which are avoided.That is, unless they want to end the night early with stomach pains (no couch makeout session for you! But you can really score some extra brownie points if you take it one step further, and research your restaurant choice before confirming reservations.See, most restaurants and commercial kitchens are gluten dens – grills aren’t thoroughly cleaned during the course of a night and cross contamination from other foods can be passed to other dishes, even if those dishes are “gluten free”.
This has all sorts of practical applications: picking up coffee for two, going to the grocery store, ordering an appetizer you can share, making cocktails, booking restaurant reservations, etc.