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Cleaning All My Daughters Plates Etc
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my daugter has been diognosed so now the change is needed after her biopsy i was wondering insted of throwing all the plastic plates chopping boards ect away and buying new couldnt i just use milton?

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my daugter has been diognosed so now the change is needed after her biopsy i was wondering insted of throwing all the plastic plates chopping boards ect away and buying new couldnt i just use milton?

I'm not sure what " milton" is?

The basic idea is - can you clean it well? If it had lots of little cracks or holes- then it is hard to get the food out of every crevice. A Colander is especially difficult to scrub out every hole. So, if you can get them clean - use them.

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I'm phasing out plastic completely in my house. Not only is there a chance it can hold onto gluten and other food particles including bacteria, but it also is unhealthy because of plastic chemicals that are also hormone disruptors. Plastic just doesn't belong in a kitchen. I am switching to glass. And glass is so easy to clean too. Cookware, you have to have separate ones that are dedicated to gluten-free cooking. I'm going to buy a dedicated gluten-free cast iron skillet.

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I'm phasing out plastic completely in my house. Not only is there a chance it can hold onto gluten and other food particles including bacteria, but it also is unhealthy because of plastic chemicals that are also hormone disruptors. Plastic just doesn't belong in a kitchen. I am switching to glass. And glass is so easy to clean too. Cookware, you have to have separate ones that are dedicated to gluten-free cooking. I'm going to buy a dedicated gluten-free cast iron skillet.

 

 

You don't need separate cookware if you are able to clean the pots well.  Cast iron is porous, so it is hard to clean and would need to be dedicated gluten-free.

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Cast iron is porous, so it is hard to clean and would need to be dedicated gluten-free.

Exactly; that's why it's going to be dedicated gluten-free.

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I adore my cast iron pans and lids. I ran them through the clean cycle in my oven and then reasoned them. You can pick them up at garage sales cheap. I still use my ancient Revereware pots which are superior to the current pot manufactured -- well scrubbed of course!

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I'm not sure what " milton" is?

The basic idea is - can you clean it well? If it had lots of little cracks or holes- then it is hard to get the food out of every crevice. A Colander is especially difficult to scrub out every hole. So, if you can get them clean - use them.

milton is sterilizing liquid that you use to do baby bottles . i thought that would clean it well. yes a sieve is a hard one to get totally clean isnt it id prob would use one at all.

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Sterilizing the plastic ware and cutting board won't work.  The gluten has to be physically removed.  That is why it is recommended that plastics, wooden items and items with hard to clean areas be replaced.

 

Colleen

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