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Gluten-free Hotdogs
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Hi, my question is pretty straightforward. I just thought of this...I know that gluten-free hotdogs exist: what brands are gluten-free? I would have known this by now, but never really thought about hotdogs since starting the gluten-free diet...wow...it's amazing how you can forget about foods like that....thanks in advance for any responses.

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* Hot Dogs:

o Hillshire Farms, all varieties except their fat-free hot dogs, and smoked sausage all varieties.

o Kahn's Beef Franks.

o Applegate Farms.

o Eckridge (regular franks).

o Boar's Head Beef Franks.

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o Sinai Kosher

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+ Beef Knockwurst

+ Beef Polish Sausage

+ Beef Bologna

+ Beef Salami

+ Lower Fat Beef Franks

+ Cooked Corned Beef

o Wilno KosherBeef Bologna

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o Shofar Kosher

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* Oscar Mayer

o Beef Franks

o Beef Franks, Jumbo

o Beef Franks, Bun Length Brand

o Ring Bologna, Wisconsin Made

o Smokies Sausage

o Smokies, Beef

o Smokeis Sausage, Little madew ith pork and turkey

o Weiners, made with turkey and pork

o Weiners, Little made with pork and turkey

o Weiners, Bun length brand made with turkey and pork

o Weiners, Jumbo made with turkey and pork

+ Big & Juicy Brand

# Beef Franks, Deli Style

# Hot 'n Spicy Wieners

# Smokie Link Wieners

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Great! Thanks! I just checked for the list you found on the site. I guess that was a rather dumb post to make w/o actually looking...gosh, I'm getting lazy on my research here.... :)

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