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#1 Snowball1952

 
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Posted 02 January 2008 - 05:28 PM

Ok here I go agin. What is wrong with SOY anything. I thought the only Soy we had to worry about was Soy Sauce and to make sure it did not contain wheat. :unsure:

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Posted 02 January 2008 - 05:55 PM

Ok here I go agin. What is wrong with SOY anything. I thought the only Soy we had to worry about was Soy Sauce and to make sure it did not contain wheat. :unsure:

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Soy itself has nothing to do with gluten. Most soy sauces contain wheat, so they should be avoided. However, many people have intolerances to soy, so if you have a soy intolerance you must stay away from all sources (soybean oil, soy sauce, soy flour, and some people avoid soy lecithin also.)

If you have no problem with soy, dive in but be sure to read ingredients to avoid wheat (especially in soy sauce). I hope i helped!
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Posted 02 January 2008 - 06:09 PM

Ok here I go agin. What is wrong with SOY anything. I thought the only Soy we had to worry about was Soy Sauce and to make sure it did not contain wheat. :unsure:

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Soy intolerance is very common. I cannot have any soy. It actually creates a reaction just a strong as gluten for me. If you find out that you need to avoid soy as well, make sure you watch out for vitamin E. It is very often derived from soy.
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