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Must My Kitchen be Gluten-free?
Posted By Shelley Case, RD On 2010/07/02 @ 5:37 pm In The Celiac Expert | No Comments
Q I’m new to celiac disease. Does my whole kitchen need to be gluten-free to prevent cross-contamination?
A Following a strict gluten-free diet can be challenging whether you’re away from home or in your own kitchen. While it’s not necessary for everyone in the household to go on a gluten-free diet or to eliminate gluten-containing items entirely, there are a number of ways to ensure your safe food doesn’t become contaminated with gluten. Here is some advice on how to store and prepare food in a gluten-aware kitchen.
With a bit of planning and a lot of labeling, you can safely eat gluten-free alongside the rest of your family.
Shelley Case, RD, is an international celiac nutrition expert, consulting dietitian and author of Gluten-Free Diet : A Comprehensive Resource Guide. See www.glutenfreediet.ca . Shelley Case is on the advisory boards of the Canadian Celiac Association, the Celiac Disease Foundation and the Gluten-Free Intolerance Group. The editors at Allergic Living additionally highly recommend her book Gluten-Free Diet, a vital resource for those interested in celiac disease and living gluten-free.
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