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I was at Olive Garden Saturday with my family and had  the Chicken Piccata.  I asked for no tomatoes.  The first one they brought out had the tomatoes and the waitress took it back.  The second one they left off the tomatoes and left off the capers and used a totally different sauce.  By the time they made the third one my kids were finished and I took it home.  I ate it today for lunch and now, 20 minutes later, I have a really bad headache.  It has to be something with their chicken because that is the only thing I ate for lunch with water.  I normally get pasta dishes and don't have trouble.

TBear,
I remember your post and I'm thinking I must have sent you a response via email or along with your Laminated Card.  I am unsure why your post on the Forum never was answered so I apologize to you and our fellow members and onlookers.

The dish, Chicken Piccata, you had looks to be safe visually.  I have attached a picture of Chicken Piccata.  I think the culprit was the parmesan breaded zucchini.  I don't know if the parmesan breaded zucchini always come with this dish or if there are choices, but this item is a definite reaction to people suffering from Excitotoxin Sensitivity Syndrome (ESS).

I hope this information is of help to you and to our readers.

Keep up the good fight!!

Warmly,
Sassafras
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Arlrock57,

 [welcome] to the Forum and thank you for posting your incident at Olive Garden on our Forum.  Reactions to MSG and Other Excitotoxins can be tough.  The reaction you encounter was a violent reaction which must be heard. 

I looked up information concerning the ingredients in Cheese Ravioli, unfortunately I wasn't able to find what cheeses were used.  Recently,  there has been an influx of people reacting to dinners with cheese at Olive Garden.  Cheese is normally safe, but as soon as a company, like Olive Garden, responds to cost, the cheeses used can be of low quality which are typically bi-products, and these bi-product cheeses will cause reactions in people with Excitotoxin Sensitivity Syndrome  (ESS).

If you go back to Olive Garden, my suggestion would be to avoid the cheeses, even the parmesan cheese on the salad.  Also, avoid anything breaded.  I'm not talking about bread sticks, I'm talking about breaded chicken, pork, beef, fish, vegetables... anything.  Then report back here with the results.  Of course,  the best way to avoid Excitotoxin-laced food is don't go back to Olive Garden ever again or any other establishment where you react.

Be sure to contact Olive Garden with a detailed account of your reaction if you haven't done so already.  They have to be held accountable.

Keep up the good fight!!

Warmly,
Sassafras Zellar
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I ate at Olive Garden two nights ago, thinking nothing of MSG in my food! The next morning I had a headache like I normally get if I have MSG, it got worse, I was dizzy, couldn't stand up, was vomiting. It was the worst reaction I have ever had. I ordered the cheese ravioli with marinara sauce, salad, and two breadsticks. I don't understand what I could have eaten that would have had me react this way. I thought there was no way OG would have MSG in their food, imagine my surprise when I found this thread! Has anyone reacted this way from this food order? I have never reacted like this from Olive Garden before, but I've never had their ravioli.
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Ramblings of a MisFiT / Re: I'm a Lions fan....Really!
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MisFiT Lounge / Re: Parking Lot Disaster
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I was at Olive Garden Saturday with my family and had  the Chicken Piccata.  I asked for no tomatoes.  The first one they brought out had the tomatoes and the waitress took it back.  The second one they left off the tomatoes and left off the capers and used a totally different sauce.  By the time they made the third one my kids were finished and I took it home.  I ate it today for lunch and now, 20 minutes later, I have a really bad headache.  It has to be something with their chicken because that is the only thing I ate for lunch with water.  I normally get pasta dishes and don't have trouble.
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Religion :: Namely, the Baha'i Faith / Re: Does religion do more harm or good?
« Last post by hector123 on May 21, 2016, 11:03:57 am »
  'excuse my English writing)
Does religion do more harm or good? Neither the one, nor the other one, from my point of view
I agree whith the former post its
 I'll try briefly to give you many ways of thinking, " In the spirit and not literally"

 religion is not the question, or has nothing to do with, as you know, the main difficulty we face is the " communication" between people and even in the same family,
 example: if you have three sisters and brothers , your parents give you the same education and  Religion,
you will have for each of them a very different person and religion, due to their understanding
it will be difficult to find a subject that  agree everybody.

Why ? From my point of view,
it's come from our natural survival fear of  food shortage,
more your fear is big, more your need will be, and for some of us, they will never be satisfied or have enough, they are insatiable
we say" your eyes are bigger than your stomach"

which bring me to this formula (  MONEY =  FOOD)

 the following questions in our organised society:

How  :  to live, to feed youself and your familly, to find a job ?
Who estimates the price of your work
How the market is regulated  and why ? What is the political part, what is their involvement .
 how you can manipulate people by food lacking.
How it easy to make a war, ans so on

we always talk about" American dream"  but for whom ?(it's a kind of religion, based on money, way to drive people, like Christ "love one another", do what I tell, not what I do, etc ).

More  you ask , more you will approach to your critical sensibility to the money and you will find your need, then it will be easy  to find your WAY, you will choose your futur with those new parameters to focus on your goal much easily

once you have find your  sensitivity level about money, then you will understood how the people work,
there is no difference thinking between women and men. They have the same goal : the food.
how some of us need or not the religion,
You will shape your futur  with better chance to success, because it will be your own choice.

I don't no, if my point of view help you to have another thought on religion
people need to believe for supporting this live, as they don't understand the system where they live
they will not find their place
to know is good but to understand is better
good meditation
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Politics / Fascism in America
« Last post by RichardLern on May 17, 2016, 05:08:47 am »
Im not talking about College, Dred.  Im talking about the "state training" you receive in Elementary and Middle school, you know, before most really start thinking for themselves?  No, I dont think we disagree at all about Fascism, I was referring to America once being a Democracy.
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"Dr. Wallach is a national hero, who's work sits in the Smithsonian Institute in Washington D.C., as a national treasure. As it should because in addition to Veterinary Degree he also has a Pathology Degree, "

General Custer is considered a National Hero, for God's sake so that doesn't say an awful lot about "American Heroes".  These products contain excitotoxins such as hydrolyzed proteins, GMO's, maltodextrin (a fake sugar), Aspartame (causes brain lesions which can and do turn into brain tumors) and autolyzed proteins which are all another way of creating MSG.  That is monosodiumglutamate.  The number one cause of headaches, ADHD, obesity and research is showing that their is a connection to MSG and other excitotoxins to Alzheimers, Parkinson disease and MS.  We are going to leave this post on the forum but take the hyperlinks off.  We normally just delete any commercial posts that don't try to add to the forum but are simply marketing methods for products but your post is so ludicrous that we felt it was important to leave it on so others can see the debate between the commercial element driven by profit and the suffering element trying to eliminate the symptoms that they have. 
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