Safety in the Kitchen

There are so many helpful ways to keep our kitchens Gluten Free.  Here are six practices I have found helpful.

1. Try to eat whole foods.

2.Check all labels for Gluten Free marking.

Supplements can be really important for someone with CD...but it's important to check labels even for vitamins
Supplements can be really important for someone with CD…but it’s important to check labels even for vitamins

3. Put Gluten Free food into containers to prevent cross contamination.

Containers prevent cross-contamination
Containers prevent cross-contamination

4. For easy access and staying Gluten Free with snacks, use see-through containers.

See-through containers help Gluten Free organization
See-through containers help Gluten Free organization

5. Invest in a dedicated gluten free toaster, cutting board, nonstick pans and colander.

6.  Always wash hands before preparing, cooking, or eating food.

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