A moral dilemma

2018-05-16 21:12 #0 by: BG1


Is it considered mean if I invite someone for pancakes with coeliac disease, and I make normal pancakes for everyone else, but buy pre-made gluten free ones from the store?

2018-05-17 08:17 #1 by: Niklas

How could it be mean to invite someone to a meal? That you accommodate by buying gluten-free ones shows that you care. I think not inviting the gluten intolerant person would have been meaner. Now he or she can be part of the communion.

2018-05-17 08:33 #2 by: Evelina

I dont think it is mean, like Niklas said it would be mean to not invite them over at all! 😄 Dont forget to have toppings such as butter that is free from gluten contamination as well.

2018-05-17 16:40 #3 by: Leia

I agree completely with what Niklas and Evelina said, buying store bought pancakes will also ensure that you avoid cross-contamination if you are cooking gluten pancakes at the same time. 

All the best, Leia

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