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    Zaritsky

    To me this is simple…be up front but don’t dwell…make it a matter of fact. I have MANY Kosher clients who let me know and then we move on. To me it’s never a sign of weakness UNLESS you apologize for it…which you never should.

    “Hey, Italian sounds great, but don’t mind me when I grill the waiter. I have a gluten allergy. Now about that web site….”

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      The Gluten Dude

      Sound advice my friend. Perhaps it was more of an internal issue with me, just not wanting to “deal with it”. I took the easy way out. And the meeting went fine.

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        Gluten Free Steve

        It’s a tough one – I am sometimes hesitant to make a big deal out of it. But I try to remember, it’s my health I am dealing with and have to be careful. If the other person doesn’t understand, it’s a huge opportunity to teach and spread awareness.

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          The Gluten Dude

          I like the attitude Steve…

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