Most people with celiac disease would love to have their own kitchen. With a kitchen that was free of gluten, cooking would be much less of a hassle. However, most people, whether they have dietary restrictions or not, don’t have their own kitchen. So how can a gluten-free individual share a kitchen with someone who has no dietary restrictions without getting sick? By using separate kitchen equipment, squeeze bottles, good cleanliness habits, and careful dish washing, cross-contamination in a shared kitchen can be avoided.