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Is My Tupperware Okay?

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I've gone through my kitchen and have gotten rid of a bunch of pre-diagnosis cooking supplies. Among them, I threw out a bunch of tupperware containers that had scratches on the bottom. My question:

I've had a set of ziplock tupperware for about a year now. They were only used for when I made pasta sauce. I'd make a big batch and store a bunch in the freezer. I'm not sure if the sausage I used was gluten free, but the only other time when I know for sure it had gluten in it was the last batch I made which had meatballs with bread crumbs in it. There aren't a lot of scratches on these, but there are some white particles stuck to the side that I'm having a hard time cleaning off.

Do you think these containers are safe to use? Or would it be better to toss them?

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I'm really careful so my opinion is if you heated in the microwave & the sides are rough from the food & in the micro I would donate them to a gluten person & get new. For me its not worth getting a gluten-free family member sick over a plastic bowl. Plastic is so easily scratched...

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Hi JessicaNYC, sorry to say I tried to use my tupperware and after the third time having a reaction I chunked them and got some new ones.

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Ok, thanks for the advice. I think I'll give them to a friend. I'm only using one right now - it has my xanthan gum in it, but the powder is inside a plastic bag and not touching the tupperware. That should be okay right?

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Ok, thanks for the advice. I think I'll give them to a friend. I'm only using one right now - it has my xanthan gum in it, but the powder is inside a plastic bag and not touching the tupperware. That should be okay right?

That is fine.

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