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Will New Nonstick Pan Become Contaminated?

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My dh is finally coming around and supporting me about gluten contamination. He wants to get a new nonstick pan for frying potatoes. I am concerned that it will get contaminated accidentally even if we don't make anything with gluten in it. Am I being overly concerned? Since I am not living in a gluten free house, contamination is always on my mind.

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As long as you don't cook gluten foods in it it will be fine.

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Yeah, definitely should be fine. I have a couple of pans that are off limits: my small non stick skillet, my baking pans, which includes 2 cookie sheets that I use to make pizza. I'm the only one that bakes, so wheat flour floating around is not a concern, as there is none in the house. But, for the grilled cheeses and occasional frozen pizzas that my husband buys, he just knows better. ;) And I have no problems using those pans.

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As long as you don't cook gluten foods in it it will be fine.

Or stick it in the dishwasher at the same time as something containing gluten.

Since a non stick pan is so easy to clean then its a good idea to get a different color washing cloth you can use on your gluten-free pans, plates and cutlery.

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As long as you wash the pan than cross contamination is not an issue. The only problem would be if there was gluten containing residue in the pan.

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