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A gluten-free kitchen essential that is such a seemingly insignificant product, but ideal for easy and inexpensive tagging of kitchen items is the Sharpie pen. For a family who must have two tubs of butter, separate peanut butter containers, as well as many other segregated items, a Sharpie is the perfect solution to have on hand for marking. Pre-printed tags are available, but grabbing a Sharpie to mark what is mostly consumable product containers works well. For items such as gluten-free oats, a blank sticker on a storage container is a great way to label too.

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Tell us: what is your gluten-free kitchen essential?

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GF Freedom September 6, 2014 at 9:07 pm

Good advice! I label everything. My kitchen essential item is a separate cutting board and plates. Especially with kids around and preparing both gluten and gluten free foods, extra preparation is much better than being accidentally ‘glutened’.
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Gluten-Free Foodies January 21, 2015 at 12:07 am

Thanks for the kind words! I have a ton of cutting boards and rarely use one that is sitting out–even if it looks perfectly clean. We write with a Sharpie on everything from peanut butter to mayonnaise.


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