Gluten-Free 101: Cross-Contamination

Oftentimes one of the biggest issues if you live in house with both gluten-free and non-gluten-free people is cross-contamination.  My mom, Deborah Taylor-Hough whose the author of Frozen Assets: How to Cook for a Day and Eat for a Month, joined me in chatting about how to make your kitchen safe for your gluten-free family members or friends.  Here are some of the tips that we learned the hard way …

Kelsey Hough and Deborah Taylor-Hough on living gluten-free.
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    • Thank you! I’m glad to hear you think we explained cross contamination effectively because it’s so tricky to figure out when you’re first starting off! So many things to think about.

      Thanks for commenting. And welcome to my blog. 🙂

      ~Kelsey

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