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Hormel Chilli
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I have never seen Hormel Chilli w/beans listed or talked about as gluten-free, but their website assures that it is. I used to love Nalley chilli, and I thought I would just have to give up chilli & cheese dip, but Hormel chilli is very comparable. It is good as a dip or on nachos or baked potatoes. The other chillis that are gluten-free like Stagg are just different. It occured to me that I might not be the only one who didn't know Hormel chilli was gluten-free, so thought I'd share.

Lisa

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Yes, I thank the Hormel food company every day. I have a drawer at work with like 10 cans of Hormel chili and 10 cans of Dinty Moore beef stew. They are both great quick food items that don't cost much either really.

Careful though, Hormel Chili HOT and another one are not gluten-free. I think it is the HOT anyways. I just buy the normal or the less sodium. Both the normal and the less sodium are gluten-free.

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Hormel will clearly disclose gluten sources in the ingredient list. If you dont see the words wheat, barley, rye or oats, then they are not present.

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the turkey chili has oatmeal. :angry: what the crap?! i was upset when i read that in the ingredients. we always made our chili dogs with it.

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Their website says that the Hot chilli is gluten free? Maybe they've changed the ingredients. And oatmeal in chilli? That is the dumbest thing I have ever heard of.

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