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Talking On The Phone + Cooking Pancakes For My Kids= Eating The Little Burnt Pieces Without Even Thinking!
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So, despite working so hard for the last 2 months to NOT contaminate myself, I went and ate the little pancake cooked droplets while I was talking on the phone with my mother in law. STUPID ME! I directly contaminated myself! THe amount was minute (only one tiny little piece) but still, so much for  a clean system! 

 

Now, I will see if there are any effects from it...

 

 

 

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yup - did that myself - making kids leftover chinese food (with regular 'wheat' soy sauce in it) and licked my fingers - if i had any doubt that gluten messed me up, it disappeared quickly!!  *immediate* reaction - i wore gloves for a few weeks to teach myself not to lick my fingers...........  

 

last thanxgiving i licked the ladle to some cheese dip that everyone was dipping wheat crackers into - my daughter is hollering "MOM!  NO!"  as i was mid-lick lolz  :o

 

it happens - you'll get better at it  -_-

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One more reason everybody gets gluten free pancakes when I'm cooking, picky husband and less-picky toddler.

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I actually have a great gluten free flour mixture that I have used and the kids love it but we had company today so I didnt want to throw foreign food items her way! So far though, I feel ok and my skin has not broken out...thank goodness! 

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I have actually found that I like Gluten Free pancakes a lot more than normal icky wheat based mixtures. I just made some this morning with Bob's and Blackberries. Hoping not to have a reaction because I really like em!

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Maybe you could wear a mask while cooking gluten cakes.  That would look really "cool".

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Eh, my guests all get gluten free food when they are here.  Actually, though, people tend to look forward to it, because the food still always tastes good. :)

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I was feeding my son some spaghetti and he knocked a noodle onto my arm. I went to eat it off, as my hands were busy, and it was my 8 year old daughter who yelled at me to stop.

 

I have to conscientiously think before I lick my fingers, grab a bite of anything...

 

I've been told in time it will become automatic and I won't have to think so hard about it. That is good news to my ADHD mind.

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