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How Do You Keep A Mixed Kitchen Without Glutening Your Child?


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Posted 03 March 2013 - 11:59 AM

Didn't see a separate toaster?

Only one toaster and it's totally contaminated.  Celiac son doesn't eat toast right now (not worth buying a new toaster for 6 months of toast).  

 

He's feeling fine now.  And no reaction after the last loaf of bread came through the kitchen.  

 

I did find out that my husband was eating bread at work, and bringing home gluten-contaminated tupperwares but not telling me.  So into the sink they went with everything else.  That may have been the source of any gluten contamination.  Geez - it's like CSI out there.


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