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    6 years but I suspect I had it since childhood I had constant stomachache and threw up a lot. It just took being admitted to the ER to finally get diagnosed 
    Believe it or not Snyder's makes some excellent gluten-free pretzels, but even so, it is more or less processed junk food that you would do best learning to avoid.
    There shouldn't be much of a concern there as long as things are washed thoroughly and you don't drink the dish water. Some have expressed concern about using the same cast iron skillets as gluten eaters in the family but I don't know.