For people with celiac disease or gluten sensitivities, fast food restaurants and restaurant chains can be a scary place. Since most of the items are pre-made and frozen, or made in mass at the beginning of the day, altering your order can be out of the question. Not to mention that fast food and chain restaurants are known and loved for their gluten-heavy foods (anything fried, or turned into a patty melt, or “Parmesaned”). Luckily a lot of restaurants have realized that by not offering gluten-free options, they’re missing out on a huge group of foodies. Now you don’t have to be the one friend, in a group full of five hungry people who stalls the Jack in the Box trip because you, “Need to call and ask about their ingredients, first…” Here is how to eat gluten-free and well at chain restaurants.