This is what the packet contains, don't let it intimidate you, it's a lot of fun.
The first thing I wanted to test was the Trix Swirls. The directions state you need to wash your hands and work on a clean surface. If what your testing isn't already finely ground, like a flour, then you need to grind it up. They include a measuring spoon to scoop the food sample.
Place the food sample in the vial with the testing solution, put the lid on and shake that puppy for two minutes. You can see the Trix Rabbit is excited about the results.
The solution needs to sit and settle for five minutes before pipetting the liquid and placing 10 drops in the test tube.
Put the EZ Gluten test strip in the solution and walk away for 10 minutes.
You can see from the test strip for the Trix Swirls they are gluten free, woot!
I didn't know what else to test so Hubby suggested his Extra gum. I was pretty sure it was GF and didn't know if testing gum would work but I gave it a try.
The results show Extra gum is gluten free!
I felt like a pro at this point so I decided to test a Post cereal and grabbed the Fruity Pebbles.
You can see from this picture that the test results came back negative for gluten, another win!
Even though these test strips aren't cheap I'm glad I bought them and was able to put my mind at ease. That alone is worth the cost.