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Hams For Easter
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I'm sorry if this was already posted, but if it was, I couldn't find the thread. Anyway, does anyone know of gluten free hams? My mother said she just called honey baked ham store and they are not gluten-free.

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Hormel makes some that are gluten-free...they are listed on their website www.hormel.com

You can order the Honeybaked ham without the glaze (the glaze has wheat starch in it), but I would call and speak with the manager and make sure that they can do it.

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my mom always gets our hams at Sam's club... she always makes sure there is nothing added and she bakes it herself and makes a honey glaze from scratch. Always very yummy!

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Boar's Head has an excellent holiday ham I get at our local Italian deli.

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Cooks Hams are a Con Agra product--they will clearly list any gluten in the ingredients. They're also delicious!

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As far as hams from the health food stores, Applegate Farms and Wellshire Farms are suppose to have a allergy information key code on the packaging- "gluten-free" for gluten free.

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Need to update what a said yesterday about Honeybaked Hams....appears that broncobux called (posted in another post) and the CAN NOT be made without the glaze, therefore, NOT gluten-free. Sorry for any confusion.

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I made an error in my earlier post, the key code should read gluten-free for gluten free.

Beeler's is also another company at the health food stores that have hams, I think they list allergens on the packaging as well.

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I'm glad this subject was brought up. I just bought a Farmer John ham, cheap. I went right away and looked at the label, which was under the price tag, and it clearly stated soy sauce made with wheat. I'm taking it back!!!

Kandee

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