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Read our easy tips for avoiding cross contamination at parties and social events to stay gluten free throughout the festive season.
Oh, crumbs! For some people with coeliac disease, even a tiny amount of gluten can make them feel unwell.
Cross contamination simply means gluten free food that has been touched by any amount of gluten-containing food in the preparation, cooking or serving process. Many people refer to being accidentally served cross contaminated food as being “glutened”.
A separate preparation area and utensils are essential for people with coeliac disease to avoid cross contamination!
If in doubt, bring your own snacks. The festive season is all about eating, drinking and being merry, not being glutened.
Check out our selection of gluten free party food recipes, made with our award-winning range of gluten free products. Use them to rustle up something so delicious that friends and family will be jealous!
Make sure that there’s a separate pot of guacamole, hummus or salsa just for your gluten free crisps! The upside of this is that you have more to yourself and that you’ll avoid cross contamination from other people’s crisps that contain wheat.