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If my mom mixes gluten containing foods in our mixer, does that mean that I can't mix gluten free foods in that same mixer? Or will cleaning it well make it so we can share??

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We used to have seperate hand mixers but it got so bad with flour in the air that there is no longer any mixes in my house. If my wife wants to make some brownie mix or cookies for the kids in her class, she has to do it elsewhere. It was not so much the cross contamination, which is still a big issue, but just the residue in the air that would get me sick. Just breathing was enough to do me in for a day or 2 or 3

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If my mom mixes gluten containing foods in our mixer, does that mean that I can't mix gluten free foods in that same mixer? Or will cleaning it well make it so we can share??

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If its a hand mixer flour gets into the air vents & it is impossible to get it out. I also bought a new kitchenaid stand mixer.

When anyone wants gluten goodies I go to the garage or on the porch to mix. Ken, is correct, flour lingers in the air for hours!

It is not worth the risk....

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I keep dreaming of that big kitchenaid stand mixer with all the attachments for my home.

Do you like it?

If its a hand mixer flour gets into the air vents & it is impossible to get it out. I also bought a new kitchenaid stand mixer.

When anyone wants gluten goodies I go to the garage or on the porch to mix. Ken, is correct, flour lingers in the air for hours!

It is not worth the risk....

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I keep dreaming of that big kitchenaid stand mixer with all the attachments for my home.

Do you like it?

A stand mixer is the greatest! A friend gave me the one that had belonged to her husband (an avid bread baker) after my diagnosis. I use it all the time.

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One of these days I'll have to get one for home. I can remember using my mothers in the 50s --

A stand mixer is the greatest! A friend gave me the one that had belonged to her husband (an avid bread baker) after my diagnosis. I use it all the time.

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