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About dk3790

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  1. Is there a way to tell? I looked at the labeling and there was no hint that i knew of showing that.
  2. Hey so I'm trying the gluten-free diet and so far I seem to have an idea of what to avoid in the Western foods. However, when it comes to korean food I have no idea if it contains gluten or not and my mom doesn't know either. She has no idea what gluten is. To start off, I love eating galbi. We buy the fresh ones so I am assuming they are safe to eat. The sauce however I am unsure. Also different sauces seem to have slightly varying ingredients, but in the one I curtently have, the ingredients are: Soy Sauce (Water, soybean, salt), sugar, pear puree, onion, garlic, sesame oil, sesame seed, sorbitol, black pepper, citric acid, salt. It says it contains soybean and sesame seed, no mention of wheat. I've read rice in itself is safe but my mom cooks it with beans. Brand name is Goya. Says it may contain soybean and what. Ingredients: Pinto beans, small red beans, pink beans, red kidney beans, great northern beans, baby lima beans, large lima beans, blackeye peas, small white beans, black beans, whole green beans, yellow split peas, green split peas, lentils, chick peas, pearl barley. Finally, hot pepper paste. I've read it is not gluten free but I looked and nothing seemed suspicious. Ingredients: Red Pepper Powder, Rice, Corn Syrup, Starch Syrup, Salt, Alcohol, Fructooligosaccharide. I'm still really new to this stuff so I'm not 100% on what I can and cannot eat yet, thank you.
  3. Hi Guys, I'm about to go on vacation to Hawaii at Hilton Hawaiian Village. Anyone have tips / advice on where to go for food (restaurants)? Thanks.