Posted 25 May 2012 - 11:09 AM
I agree with Korga's assessment above. Anything from a typical burger place is going to be off-limits, even ketchup! I've had some success with Wendy's (don't know where you live but I think Wendys are everywhere) getting a plain baked potato and grilled chicken breast from the chicken sandwich. Even that's not prefect because the chicken is marinated in onion and garlic. You could also try any kind of Mexican fast food and get tacos with the corn tortillas and the plainest meat they have.Really... fast food is just not an option on a low-FODMAP diet. if it's the speed and convenience that draws you, then bummer, because nothing about low-FODMAP is quick or convenient. If it's just a craving for a burger and fries, you can make your own at home and it will be much tastier!I have recently had a great deal of success with dining out, and here's my secret: call or email the restaurant ahead of time! If it's a place that uses fresh ingredients prepared every day, they can accommodate you quite easily given a little bit of advance notice. Forget about most chain restaurants, though. Everything comes pre-seasoned.