Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Discover How to Keep the Gluten Out of Your Kitchen...

If you are one of the many gluten intolerant individuals who need to follow a "strict avoidance" diet, or if you simply want to make certain that your foods are gluten-free, there is a new product that you need to get your hands on!

What do I mean by a "strict avoidance" diet?

Some individuals with Celiac Sprue or gluten intolerance can react to even the tiniest trace of gluten. For example, if a "regular" piece of bread were cooked in a toaster, people adhering to a "strict avoidance" diet would have to meticulously clean the toaster before use.

If even the slightest bit of gluten is consumed, they can react almost instantly.

As you know, it can be very difficult to maintain a completely gluten-free household. You might have a child, spouse, parent or friend living with you who does not adhere to a gluten-free diet. Therefore, traces of gluten can be found in common cooking areas like the toaster or microwave.

Discover your solution...

Toast-It Toaster Bags are a revolutionary product that you can use in toasters, ovens and George Foreman grills. They were originally developed to keep toasters clean while making grilled cheese sandwiches, but are now being used to safely toast gluten-free breads, bagels and other products when using non-dedicated toasters.

So how does this work?

The Toast-It Toaster Bags make any toaster safe. Breads toast right through the pouch (check out the picture below) - the heat gets in, but the other crumbs and contaminants stay out!

Toast-It Bag.jpg

You can even bring these bags to restaurants, along with your gluten-free bread or bagel. Simply ask the restaurant to toast your bread or bagel in the pouch, and you are on your way to getting a delicious gluten-free sandwich or bagel in a restaurant.

These great little bags are economical too, and can be washed and reused up to 10 times!

If you would like more information on the Toast-It bag, visit

Have a great week

Chad Hines
The Gluten-Free Hero

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1 comment:

  1. Wow - and these can be used on the George Forman grill too?! terrific!