With so many dietary restrictions among diners it can be hard to cater for every specific need when running a busy kitchen. This infographic from Living Now highlights a number of food allergies and how certain key ingredients can be easily substituted to maintain flavour and meet requirements.
Egg free, dairy free, with our gluten, vegan - even low carb, low sugar and no fat dietary requirements are included on the list.
After presenting the dietary key at the top of the infographic it then lists a whole range of ingredients that can be used to replace key flours, baking grains, sweeteners, oils, emulsifiers, thickening agents and proteins.
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