Gloves? I'm sure you wash your hands before you eat, so the only problem with gluteny hands would be if you rub your lips or scratch them. The thing is we do those things subconsciously. You CAN force yourself not to though. (I used to be a waitress, and I learned never to touch my face, mouth or eyes unless I washed my hands first after touching money and dirty napkins.)
But the dust - that could be the real problem. You could get a dust mask (the kind carpenters use), but they don't really keep all the dust out. Even if you tie a bandana over your mouth and nose when you are pouring out the food, it would be better than nothing.
The other thing to consider is, are you getting cross-contamination from something else? Do you have your own separate mayo jar and butter and jelly? If a knife touches regular bread and then goes back into the jar for a second dose, it has just contaminated the whole jar. Do you have a separate cutting board and toaster? How about wooden spoons and strainers? Are you using scratched plastic containers or teflon pans that have held gulten in the past? If you use cast iron, you need to clean it in the oven on the "clean" setting, then re-season. How's the silverware drawer? Almost everybody's gets crumbs in it.
Have you read the newbie 101 thread? It'll give you even more info. We WILL figure this out!!
Thanks for all the ideas bartfull, but, yep separate toaster, toaster oven, cutting boards, condiments. But hadn't looked in the silverware drawer, that's quite a good idea, and yes, did find a few crumbs of something in there, so bang it's cleaned out now.
I have the worst feeling that as long as this goes on and my gut does not seem to be healing the more sensitive I'm getting. Have never really felt "glutened" before although all the scopes showed damage, that's why I had no idea I had celiac. I had migraines, osteoarthritis, was always anemic then finally a colonoscopy showed the damage. Then this past month have gotten all the "bad"
stomach reactions, diarrhea, gas etc etc. from unknown sources. This is my 2 yr anniversary of my diagnosis. Seen 2 drs, and 3 nutritionists, thought I had this pretty well nailed - guess not.