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Thai Gluten Free Restaurant Card

This gluten-free restaurant card will help celiacs to order a gluten-free meal in Thailand. Many restaurant owners in Thailand still don't speak English so it might be difficult to communicate your diet requirements with them. This card provides the most essential information that you need to inform to the restaurant chef. The card has been adjusted so that in Thai language it will make it really clear to the chef what he or she should do to prepare the meal.

Some remarks: In Thailand it is common for chefs to use "Koki flour" which is a flour to fry all kinds of food. It is a mix of grains that includes wheat. Many chefs however don't know that "Koki" flour is made from wheat, which is why I added the "Koki" flour to the list of flours they shoud not use. This is the same with seasoning powder. This is used a lot in Thailand and many of these powders contain a bit of wheat. Chefs however are usually not aware of this. In Thailand, "beans" and "nuts" are the same word.

There are 2 cards. One for the female speaker, and one for the male speaker. The pronoun "I" in English is translated to Thai as "chan"(ฉัน) for female, and "phom"(ผม) for male speakers.

You can use the card for free and if you think the card is helpful for you, then please considder making a small 5 dollar donation or any amount that you can spare by using paypal.

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To use this card, simply save the image to your computer and print it out. The English translation of the gluten-free card is below the Thai card.

Card for female speakers:

Thai Gluten Free Restaurant Card

Card for male speakers:

Thai Gluten Free Restaurant Card
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