This is one of those ideas that seems so obvious, I’m kicking myself for not coming up with it first.
As we’ve discussed many times in the past, it’s not just accidentally eating gluten that can make us sick. The cross-contamination risk poses just as big a danger and I’m convinced that when I go through a spell where I’m just not feeling right (like sleeping half the day yesterday), it’s because of the cross-contamination.
Let’s face it, unless you keep a completely gluten-free house, the dang gluten can lurk in a lot of places.
And what have we done up to this point to label things gluten free? Makeshift labels using masking tape and sharpies. Or even more barbaric…writing directly on the item itself.
Not the best solution…at all.So when I met Kelly, a fellow celiac from GlutenFreeLabels.com who has a pretty amazing celiac story, and she gave me some of her new gluten free labels to try out, I was totally psyched.
It’s now a month later and I’m even more psyched. We use them throughout our kitchen and they have held up unbelievably well.
Take a gander at the picture above and to the right. That label on my gluten free cutting board has been through the dishwasher a whole bunch of times and it still looks brand new (the label…not the cutting board). Pretty cool.
Where else do I use the labels?
Alright…enough jib jab…how can you get the labels?
Simple. Just click the button below. Oh…and she’s offering free shipping through Mother’s Day.
Stay safe…with style.
Now if somebody would just make gluten-free labels for people, I could avoid this: