I have read so much about kitchen sponges and teflon pans being culprits of spreading gluten. I did buy new teflon pots and pans to replace some of my old ones that seemed like they had scratches on them. I still use some of my older ones because they were about 6 months old went I went GF. I do not use my own kitchen sponge though. Do you all see this as a problem? I do not have a completely GF home. All of our meals that I cook are GF. My son and husband still have things like cereal or sandwhiches that are not gf. They are very careful and clean up any crumbs and they know not to use my toaster, condiments ect. I would love to get your input on this. Maybe the daily bone pain that I have could be from cross-contamination from something like my kitchen sponge? Thank you..
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