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Written for FodShop by the Foodini team, led by head APD Jen Vera
If you're following a low FODMAP diet, eating out can sometimes be a challenge. But with a little planning, preparation - and the Foodini App, it's possible to enjoy a meal at a restaurant while sticking to your dietary restrictions.
Here are a few tips to help make your dining experience a little easier:
It’s no surprise that this one is top of our list! Created for people with dietary needs by people with dietary needs, this is an app you can rely on. Choose from 50 different diets and allergens - from vegetarian and vegan to nut-free, gluten-free and of course low FODMAP - and be matched with dietitian reviewed restaurants and food brands - like FodShop - that are suited to you.
Not only does the Foodini App allow you to explore a delicious range of food brands, restaurants and cafes, but also pinpoints exactly what you can and can’t eat, alongside any options that would be suitable with changes.
Jump onto #FoodiniFirst to discover a whole world of better, safer and more delicious eating experiences. It’s all at your fingertips!
Plan ahead and make a reservation. This can also be done using the Foodini app. This will give the restaurant time to prepare a low FODMAP meal for you and ensure that they have the ingredients on hand. It's also a good idea to let the restaurant know about your dietary restrictions when making the reservation.
Following a low FODMAP diet doesn’t have to be an isolating experience. In fact, 1 in 3 Australians deal with food allergies and dietary needs, so it’s likely you know at least one other person with a food allergy or intolerance. Foodini’s group search feature lets you find the most suitable place for you and all your mates, so decision difficulties will be a thing of the past when group dining.
Following a low FODMAP diet doesn't have to mean giving up on eating out. With these tips in mind, you can embrace your dietary needs. Happy dining!