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AnnieRae

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About AnnieRae

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  • Birthday 09/28/1981

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    Female
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    my kids, reading, writing, music, relaxing (not that I get to with 2 kids), cooking, tv, movies
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    Jacksonville, fl
  1. My husband always rinses his mouth out after eating something I can't have (I'm also allergic to all kinds of pepper) before kissing me, but I would never have thought about him needing to do the same thing down there. This is a really good topic to discuss since there are so many little things that can be making us sick.
  2. We do both Gluten-Free and Gluten items in my household too, my husband eats Gluten, while our kids and I don't. I also don't eat beef, and just stick to turkey and chicken. In regards to you asking about the separate saucepans and baking dishes, while cooking in them yes you should use different ones, but once they are washed they are good for either. When I make something like french toast (were I use gluten-free bread for my son and I and regular bread for my husband) I put ours in the egg mixture and cook them in the pan first, then do my husbands so there is no cross contamination. I do the same thing with tortillas, heating up the corn ones for us first and then the flour ones. And when my husband grills he will put my chicken or turkey burgers that are fixed with gluten-free stuff first, then his beef which can be mixed with stuff that contains Gluten if he wants. We also have 2 toasters so our gluten-free bread isn't contaminated. Just remember that if you want to use one pan and make multiple items, cook the gluten-free stuff first and you won't have to worry.
  3. Getting used to being gluten-free in a new state!