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Can This Cause Glutening?

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Posted 05 December 2012 - 05:21 PM

Okay so this is totally gross but I started up the dishwasher today and somehow forget to add the dishwashing detergent. I don't know where my mind was but I didn't realize until I had already taken dishes out of it and ate an entire meal on them. I guess I'm just so stressed out with exams at school and work and everything else that my mind was focusing more on those things that dishes.The dishwasher had gluten containing dishes in it along with my stuff but it would be safe to say that most of them had been rinsed out. What the hot temperature and water pressure be enough to kill anything or should I be worried? I know it was totally stupid on my part but now I'm freaking out. I know there's nothing I can do but wait but what do you guys think?
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Posted 05 December 2012 - 06:34 PM

Chances are if your dishes were pre rinsed before being put in the dishwasher, you are fine. There is nothing "magical" about soap "killing" germs or proteins, all it does is make it easier for the debris to be rinsed away by making things more slippery. :)
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Posted 05 December 2012 - 08:18 PM

Honestly, most modern dishwashers get along just fine without the soap.
Especially on a heavier cycle, and you had pre rinsed them anyway. I'm
thinking you'll probably be just fine!
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