Gluten can get trapped in any deep scratches in pans. If you use pans for both gluten and gluten-free cooking then you should consider replacing them or having a pan for each type of food. In addition, stainless steel is fine for cooking. If you have older sheet pans and you’re unsure about using them,… Read more »(Updated .)
I’m renting a house equipped with a gas grill. Will turning it on high for 10-15 minutes be sufficient to remove possible gluten residue from the cooking surface?
Use a piece of foil as a liner when grilling on a possibly contaminated surface. Gluten proteins don’t necessarily burn off in the cooking process.(Updated .)
How do I explain that frying foods does not make them safe for celiacs?
Frying, cooking, grilling or heating foods does not degrade the protein in wheat, rye or barley (gluten is a protein composite), thus it’s suggested to only consume products that have been cooked in dedicated fryers, or grilled on a clean cook top.(Updated .)