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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Hi, I am a newly-diagnosed celiac, so your input would be so helpful. I will be attending a family Thanksgiving dinner. The turkey will be cooked with traditional stuffing (NOT gluten-free) inside it. Would this be cross-contamination? Or is it ok to eat it?

Thank you.

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I wouldn't eat it if I were you. Good chance of getting glutened.

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I went to a thankgiving dinner where the gluten stuffing was cooked inside the turkey and I didn't eat it. It's too risky. I just brought my own leftovers. It may seem insulting to some but at least you know you're safe!

That's all that matters B)

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Thank you ,celiac3270 and Medaka for your help. I asked the host to cook the stuffing separately so I can at least eat the bird. Will see what happens...

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