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#16 zachsmom

 
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Posted 28 February 2007 - 12:49 PM

Hey I was referring to the Hvp that I found in most peanut butters. BUt what I was trying to say was that the SKIPPY only has peanuts sugar and palm oil. Its the new natural one. that is all.
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Posted 06 March 2007 - 12:18 PM

i read that as a Celiac u cannot eat any nuts that have been dry roasted??? seasonings they use may contain gluten???..dont peanut butters contain dry roasted nuts????
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Posted 10 June 2013 - 01:58 PM

Peanut butter cookies with chocolate chips have been a mainstay for this newly diagnosed celiac (10/12). I've been purchasing organic grind-in-the-store peanut butter. Now I find out that many or maybe all whole peanut manufacturers

process in facilities where wheat may have been processed. No wonder my symptoms come and go.  I can't afford $8/lb. for in the jar organic gluten-free P-butter. I love grinding my own if only the peanuts were not cross-contaminated. I did find one source for bulk whole gluten-free peanuts http://www.nuts.com/...d-unsalted.html but are out until end of 9/13. Does anyone else have a source for gluten-free peanuts that are GMO free? I'm one who just can't support with my $$ companies like Kraft (Skippy) or Smuckers (Adam) who have sold out to Monsanto and the GMO industry.


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