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Re: Best way of giving one person gluten in a gluten-free household
Posted by Karen Essex on 3/7/2017, 15:22:10, in reply to "Best way of giving one person gluten in a gluten-free household"
I would stick to pre-sliced normal bread. Other sources of gluten have much lower levels. Make sure that it is different in appearance from the GF bread and use a separate board and knife and separate tub of butter/margarine and squeezy jam. You need about 4 slices of white bread a day for an adult or slightly more wholemeal or granary (as they have less gluten). White bread has the highest gluten level of all. Buy or borrow a very cheap toaster for the gluten bread and give it to a friend when you have finished. Prepare the gluten bread in a separate area and/or prepare it last of all. You could put the preparation board on an old try to try and keep the crumbs under control.