A time to search and a time to give up as lost;
A time to keep and a time to throw away.
I was trying to find my post on here with a link to an article about how to set up a kitchen when you find out you are unable to eat gluten, basically: what to keep and what to throw away. But then I remembered that the post that was linked to had been taken down. I was looking specifically for how to make a gluten-laden cast iron skillet gluten free again. I did a search and in the process found two blog posts that are extremely helpful. Both mention the cast-iron solution, though with the first one, it is in a footnote, not in the chart given.
Three Bakers has a post, Making Your Kitchen Gluten Free – Our Guide to Preparing Your Gluten-Free Kitchen, which is quite thorough. This site is a great resource.
The second is from About.com (a wealth of knowledge, that place offers). The article concerns gluten free cookware and utensils. Number 3 addresses cast iron.
The hardest part about making your life safe is the stuff you have to let go of; the key is to resolve to be faithful. It isn’t necessarily fun, but it is essential.