Not long ago, many upscale chefs stood strong in their opposition to the idea of changing dishes to accommodate vegetarians, patrons suffering from food allergies and anyone else with dietary restrictions. That's changing along with high-end restaurant menus as more Americans adopt Meatless Mondays and groups raise awareness about celiac disease and gluten intolerance. "I’ve realized it’s not that hard to give the same dining experience to someone who doesn’t eat gluten as long as you keep an open mind as to what you can and can’t do," said chef Noah Sandoval.
Chefs soften stances on dietary restrictions
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