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Gluten On The Grill

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Guest Mari

Does anyone know? If I am grilling veggie burgers with gluten (for family members), does the gluten burn off, so the next time I use the grill it's safe for me?

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You really need to scrub the grill well after. Or maybe you could just cook on half of the grill and keep the other side strictly gluten-free.

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I just bought new "grills" for my grill this week!!

Another question though... so I replaced the metal bars that the food sets on. In the bottom of the grill is the drippings from gluten and dairy containing items. Do I need to worry about those drippings heating up, becoming airborne and contaminating food..????

I don't look forward to scrubbing that thing out but I'll do it if I need to!

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Guest cassidy

we grilled at someone else's house and just put aluminum foil on the grill so my food wouldn't touch the grill. Our grill at home is gluten free.

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Once you've burned something with glutrn to a crisp, the structure of the gluten is in fact destroyed. I'd scrub the grill and use it but after that it's really easy just to cook yummy gluten-free stuff on it..

richard

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Guest Mari

Thanks for all the info, but everyone says something different. I'm so confused!

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