Do you own a strictly gluten free toaster?
What are your experiences owning one?
Do you have a toaster for gluten products and one for gluten free?
Did you even realize that a toaster can contaminate your food with gluten?
I ask these questions, because recently I bought some Van’s Gluten Free Waffles. I took them out of the freezer anticipating popping them into a toaster, but realized I don’t own a toaster! hahaha. I ended up cooking them in a skillet on the stove acheter cialis en ligne.
I don’t own a toaster for a few reasons:
- I don’t eat a lot of bread products.
- If I do have gluten free bread, I usually make something like a grilled cheese or breakfast sandwiches on the stove.
- I don’t want it to get contaminated with gluten.
- It would be so easy for a guest to pop a slice of regular bread in it and I would never know.