We know that going gluten free requires some work but if you have Celiac Disease it is well worth it. Even a trace amount of gluten can trigger an immune response causing damage to your intestines. While the easiest way to keep a kitchen gluten free is to go 100% gluten-free in your home, it may not always be possible.
The main concern with having gluten containing grains and gluten-free grains in the same kitchen is cross contamination. Cross contamination is when gluten gets unintentionally transferred from one food to another. So what are the steps you can take to prevent this from happening? Read the following tips to help you stay safe at home.