Our “How to Set a Gluten Free Table on Thanksgiving” guide will help you serve those on a gluten free diet so it won’t be as problematic. How to set up a gluten free Thanksgiving table in 5 easy steps:
- Go 1st: Be the first to make your plate. You”ll lessen the chances of someone accidentally dropping glutenous crumbs into your gluten free meal.
- Separate gluten free foods from glutenous foods: Designate a separate glutenous and gluten free area so gluten cross-contamination doesn’t accidentally occur. Read this guide if you need more info on gluten Cross Contamination Prevention!
- Bring your own gluten free food and drinks: It’s normal for a host to be weary about cooking a gluten free meal because of the risk of gluten cross-contamination. Nobody wants to sicken a guest. Feel free to cook & bring your own gluten free foods. If you choose to share your dish with others, label it gluten free to remind others of your gluten restrictions.
- Wave off contaminates by flagging them: Mark your gluten free spreads & dips gluten free so others don’t accidentally dip their wheat cracker into your gluten free dip and contaminate the entire dish.
- Serving utensils should be tagged gluten free so others don’t accidentally place a glutenous utensil in your gluten free dish and cross-contaminate it.
We’ve created an infographic to share with your friends and family. Use the social icons below to spread it around so no one suffers from gluten cross-contamination this holiday season and buy your own set of “gluten free” labels, tags and flags HERE!