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Is Jimmy Dean Breakfast Bowl gluten-free?
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Yes I know better and should have called first. But....I was hungry and in a rush..... I had bought the Jimmy Dean breakfast bowl (eggs, bacon, and cheese) for a quick and easy breakfast. I have not had a chance to call them yet. I thought Jimmy Dean had good labeling practices and there were no gluten items listed in the label. There was something suspect like dextrose or maladextrin....Anyway I got sick. It's a few days later now and my stomach still feels like it was used for a punching bag. Just wanted to know if the breakfast bowl was the item or if I have to look harder.

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I'm going to resurrect this thread because I'd like to know the answer.

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It's gluten-free, although not the one with pancakes, of course.

richard

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I have been eating Jimmy Deans breakfast bowls and the entrees forever now, and i have never had any reaction at all. It must have been something else you ate.

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Has anyone spoken with the company because I have one in my freezer I was about to eat till I saw MODIFIED FOOD STARCH. Also does anyone know about the Aunt Jemima Breakfast bowls? :huh: This is still all new to me, I hear to look for carmel color also, is that always gluten?

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Caramel color is safe.

If it says modified food starch but doesn't list wheat, it's going to be safe.

richard

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