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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Shrimp Cocktail Sauce & Worschester Sauce
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Does anyone recommend a good shrimp cocktail sauce? I used to use Maria's, but I can't find any contact information so I can't ask, they only have a mailing address on their jar and google isn't helping.

I am ok with making my own, but doesn't Worcestershire sauce have malt or something in it that is not gluten free?

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Worcestershire sauce may contain malt. It depends on the brand, and with some brands, the formula varies by country.

In the United States, Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce is gluten-free. In Canada, Lea & Perrins contains malt vinegar and thus, gluten. :angry:

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I am ok with making my own, but doesn't Worcestershire sauce have malt or something in it that is not gluten free?

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I am ok with making my own, but doesn't Worcestershire sauce have malt or something in it that is not gluten free?

My husband used to be a GM of a red lobster in his younger days and we always make their recipe. Here's a gluten free version:

1/2 cup of Heinz ketchup

1 tsp spoon of worcestershire sauce (lea and parrins usa)

1 tablespoon of Horseradish (all manischewitz varietys, Baxters, di lusso, or hyvee)

splash of lemon juice

1/4 tsp of franks original hot sauce

makes a tasty cocktail sauce. You can double it etc and also play with the ingredients to taste if you like it hotter or milder.

That's what I do. But, I think that McCormicks Cocktail Sauce is gluten free (last that I looked)

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Thank you everyone for all your responses. During the holidays I bought a jar of Marina Cocktail sauce, but I couldn't tell if it was safe so I didn't eat it. It was made at a Seattle company, but there wasn't a phone number and I couldn't find the company so I couldn't ask.

I am graduating in a couple of weeks (woo hoo) and since I can't eat out I get to have a week of finals, clean my house, and prepare food for my party all because of this stupid diet. But at least I should be able to eat safely!

I am going to try and keep it simple, but it's still a lot of work. ugh... But I gotta celebrate... Hopefully my kids and my dh will cooperate and actually HELP :P they usually help by making more work tho...

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I use Kraft Shrimp Cocktail Sauce, and I also use Walmart brand Worsterschire sauce.

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Obviously I can't say that every cocktail sauce is gluten-free, but I haven't found one that isn't. McCormick, Blackwell and Cross (??), Kraft, Private Selection, Kroger, and so on.

richard

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I haven't seen McCormick at my local Albertsons, but they sell Del Monte... I emailed them and they said theirs is gluten free. So I guess for convenience sake I can always pick that one up.

Here' there response FYI:

Thank you for your interest in Del Monte Seafood Cocktail Sauce. We appreciate the opportunity to respond to your e-mail.

Del Monte Seafood Cocktail Sauce is gluten free.

The list below includes all current Del Monte consumer products that, to the best of our knowledge, do not contain wheat, oats, rye or barley/malt ingredients. The list may change or may not be complete due to formula changes or new product introductions. It's always best to read the ingredient statement on the label for the most current information.

Del Monte Gluten-Free Products

- All Del Monte and S&W Canned/Jarred Fruits

- All Del Monte Fruit Snack Cups (Metal and Plastic, includes Del Monte Fruit Chillers)

- All Del Monte and S&W Canned Vegetables (excluding S&W Canned Dry Bean products which are now produced and distributed by Faribault Foods)

- All Del Monte, Contadina, and S&W Tomatoes & Tomato Products (except Del Monte Spaghetti Sauce Flavored with Meat, and Contadina Tomato Paste with Italian Herbs)

- Del Monte Harvest Selections Santa Fe Style Rice & Beans, and Homestyle Chili with Beans

- Del Monte 100% Fruit Juices

- StarKist Tuna (except Tuna Creations Herb & Garlic, Tuna Fillet Teriyaki, and the crackers in Lunch Kits)

- College Inn Garden Vegetable Broth and College Inn Organic Beef Broth.

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