Written by Admin S
After I was diagnosed with Celiac disease, I wasn't exactly schooled in the non-food aspect of living gluten free. I know that I had to eat gluten free, but, to have to use separate appliances and cookware? That was a whole different ball game for me.
It is important to have separate toasters if you are a bagel or English muffin fan. I recommend purchasing a 2-slice toaster. I wouldn't recommend sharing a 4-slice toaster with the non-Celiacs in your household. Even a speck of gluten can make us sick for weeks or even months at a time, not to mention the damage it can do to our small intestine. You must be very careful!
Any toaster brand will do. The only thing you have to decide is how much you want to invest in your toaster. Remember, keep your toaster for gluten free breads ONLY. After you purchase your toaster, LABEL IT.
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