Managing cross-contact in the home with celiac disease can be such an overwhelming task. Having gluten in the home can be scary for someone with celiac disease, as cross-contact poses a real risk for harm. However, it is completely possible to maintain celiac-safety in a home with gluten eaters and gluten-free folk (this is coming from someone who has both lived in a dedicated gluten-free home and a home with 5 gluten-eating roommates).
This 28-page Celiac Cross-Contact in the Home workbook will guide you through:
- The science and the steps behind setting up a safe gluten-free household so that you can feel confident in your cross-contact prevention routine
- What you can and can’t share when cooking in a home that has gluten. So you don’t waste your money replacing things that are actually safe to share while avoiding getting glutened from things that need to be kept separate.
- How to stay safe in other people’s kitchens so that you can prepare yourself a safe meal, no matter where you are
- How to set up an Airbnb so that even when you’re traveling and staying in shared kitchens, you know how to stay safe
- What to do when exposed to gluten so that if you forget a cross-contact prevention step, you know how to take care of yourself
- Frequently asked questions surrounding cross-contact so that you can feel secure in your cross-contact prevention techniques for shared homes
This Cross-Contact in the Home Workbook comes with walkthroughs, checklists, and planning worksheets to help you stay safe no matter where you’re cooking.
Cross-contact is everywhere and it can be scary not knowing if you’re missing something. With this guide, you’ll go from hoping your cross-contact precautions in the home are enough to knowing they’re enough. Stop guessing and feel confident that you’re keeping you or your loved one safe at home with this Celiac Cross-Contact in the Home Workbook.