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MsMarginalized

Member Since 01 Feb 2013
Offline Last Active Jan 22 2014 12:03 PM
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In Topic: Is It Possible To Get Gluten From The Dishwasher?

20 January 2014 - 06:08 PM

From my understanding, the alcohol does denature the bonds in the peptides.  I do not remember where I learned that, so I cannot state any source, sorry.


In Topic: After You Cook gluten-free

20 January 2014 - 06:06 PM

I didn't have any re-checks....DS had one at 3 months, 6 months & 1 year.

 

Yes, I know he is not eating outside of the house (he refuses to).

 

About eating at school, what I meant was that he sits down the table from his friends, with space between them & him (but that is not very often, he usually waits to get home to eat.)


In Topic: Is It Possible To Get Gluten From The Dishwasher?

20 January 2014 - 02:51 PM

Beer contains alcohol/it is not pure alcohol.  IIRC, depending on the beer, the alcohol content can be from 2% to 12%.

 

The alcohol I am speaking of would be pure alcohol.  Rubbing alcohol will denature gluten on cookware.


In Topic: After You Cook gluten-free

20 January 2014 - 02:38 PM

My son is 17 y/old.  Whenever he does eat at school, it's a gluten-free pb&j made at home...and he eats separately from the other kids (to keep out of their crumbs).

 

The jars of mayo/miracle whip are all considered glutened.  I only use squeeze mayo for any gluten-free cooking.  The tubs of "I can't believe it's not butter" are either unmarked (for rest of family) or it has "Gluten Free ONLY" written on it (which, in that case, I'm the only one to use it).

 

Turns out the kitten chow does have wheat...so DS & I don't mess with her food anymore.  As for the adult cat food, it was poured into the bin & we have no idea about it's gluten-state (so, DS washes his hands as soon as he's done filling up their dish).

 

My son & I *have* lived our lives for the past year-with the Celiac being a "mindful" thing, NOT Full in our mind.  It's just that the fact DS still has antibodies a year on, it means he's been continually exposed to gluten.  Not a good thing.


In Topic: Is It Possible To Get Gluten From The Dishwasher?

17 January 2014 - 01:54 PM

Actually, alcohol DOES denature the protein bonds in gluten.