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I couldn't find the information anywhere on Old Bay so I wrote them. Received e-mail today from them:

"Old Bay is gluten free. The mustard is actually mustard seed that has been ground."

Yeah! I can have my boiled shrimp!

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The other thing to note is that Old Bay is made by McCormick, and McCormick clearly lists gluten. So with any spices, marinades, or sauces they make, all you have to do is read the ingredients. They won't hide gluten. They make some great marinades and almost all are gluten-free. Last time I looked, their tartar and cocktail sauces were also gluten-free (but read those labels to make sure they haven't changed it).

richard

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Cool cause most seasonings aren't gluten-free

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I love Old Bay and use it a lot!

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Thanks to crc0622 and Lovegrov for sharing you info about Old Bay seasoning. My

brother fishes a lot and just the other day brought me 4 big ones and said he wished I could use Old Bay but I didn't know I could so you two just made my day.

Thanks so much . I was diagnosed with celiac disease Feb 2003 and it is very hard to find things you can trust to eat. I live in NC and I haven't found many CDs in my area. Thank goodness for this website. I really enjoy reading all the posts

Jean from NC

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