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Cooking For Non Celiac's


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Posted 05 August 2011 - 09:13 PM

While I do not share the same allergies as my mother or brother, I always use a different set of pans when cooking gluten-free and gluten-filled foods. While some people believe that once the pans are clean it's safe to use, I think it depends upon your allergy severity. In fact, before getting a second set of pots and pans, my brother was getting very sick, even with gluten-free food. Upon switching to a new set of pots, he was no longer getting sick. If you chose to use the same pans however, you should always cook the gluten-free food before the gluten-filled food to avoid cross contamination. Hope this helped. Good luck with your cooking adventures!



Do you feel that running stuff through the dishwasher on super hot will make them safe for gluten free use? Just curious. I do have my own gluten-free pots & pans but our dishes are used by all but run through the dishwasher on pots & pans cycle. Just wonder how others feel
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