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It's going to be a big help with her being used to you already having dietary restrictions. The big thing that she is going to have to get used to is what utensils she uses while preparing foods. That seems to be one of my biggest downfalls, grabbing the wrong dang spoon .
Co-existing isn't that hard but can be frustrating. You will make mistakes and you'll get mad at yourself, I know, I do it all the time. For the most part, the gluten-free foods don't taste that much different or any at all.
I'm with ya on the bread. We keep my bread and hers but trust me, they are no where near each other. We have seperate cooking utensils and they are kept that way. I have pans that I use for cooking things for myself and we have the things for cooking gluten-free. There is no reason you can't prepare gluten foods for yourself..........JUST BE SURE TO CLEAN UP.
The hostess seemed a bit bewildered on the gluten free subject but I will say that our server seemed to be on top of the subject. I am so happy that the wifey has found another place that she's comfy with.