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Posted 09 May 2008 - 05:44 PM

Tricky Gluten-y foods:

Imitation crab (it's in the stuff that binds it together) Must trust that restaurants use real when asking
Some Chicken (injected with chicken broth for flavor)
Beans (in Mexico and some Mexican restaurants, they use flour to thicken the beans)
Root Beer (some brands)
au jus
Lindt chocolate and some others like Godiva
whiskey (except JDaniels)
some vodkas
wine coolers
some shredded cheese (anti-caking agent)
some dried fruit (anti-caking agent)
some vanilla extract (some people disagree, i think)
some pickles
some seasoned vegetables at restaurants
sauteed mushrooms at restaurants (some use soy sauce)
some makeup, shampoo, soap, etc.
lots of vegetarian fake-meat products
some people/restaurants keep a piece of bread in their sugar container to keep it from clumping

I'm not sure, but I thought anything cooked with Mesquite was a no-no.

RUNNING RABBIT LICORICE and Candy Tree ORganic is Gluten Free
I have info. stating: "Most Haribo products ARE gluten free. The following products are NOT gluten-free:
Black licorice wheels, red licorice wheels, sour s'ghetti, fruity pasta, pico-balla, allsorts and pontefract cakes."
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Posted 09 May 2008 - 09:28 PM

Seventh Generation menstrual pads are made of wheat.
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Posted 09 May 2008 - 10:01 PM

Any shiny chocolates with food glaze at Trader Joe's have gluten (chocolate covered nuts and dried fruits). I got way sick from them once and called the company. It isn't on the label. I asked an employee to find out more about it but he never did. The chocolate covered orange and raspberry sticks have no glaze and are fine.

Cadbury Easter eggs have gluten--so sad...
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Posted 10 May 2013 - 04:03 PM

I had a handful of dry roasted nuts today and definitely had a gluten reaction.
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Posted 10 May 2013 - 04:05 PM

Please remember: this thread is 5 years old. Ingredients and products change in that period of time.
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Posted 11 May 2013 - 02:01 PM

which brand? and this thread is 5 years old, BTW


I had a handful of dry roasted nuts today and definitely had a gluten reaction.

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