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Teriyaki & Bbq Sauces
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I need to find some good brands, and whole foods doesn't seem to carry much. The one BBQ we found there tasted a little "interesting." Help! I'm having major Teriyaki-pineapple baked chicken withdrawls!

-Anna

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We are Sweet Baby Ray's fans here as far as BBQ sauce goes. We use La Choy teriyaki sauce. Teriyaki's not big at our house (except for me) so we don't use much. I have one recipe that calls for it and it's not a major component of the dish. If you're not a La Choy fan ('cause I know some people aren't), recipezaar.com has a couple of recipes . . . this is one . . .

http://www.recipezaar.com/21221

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Yup, we use the same as Janet. Love Sweet Baby Ray's!!

There are so many recipes on the Baking and Recipes Thread. Check it out. :D

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I like Bulls Eye barbeque sauces - there are many flavours.

Have you looked at Walmart to see if Great Value makes a teriyaki sauce - I have noticed that that brand will list gluten after the ingredients list (I use their soy sauce).

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i havent found any teriyaki, but i love/miss it too...

though i did find la choy garlic ginger sauce/marinade.

and it resembles teriyaki with a little spice..its amazing.

i found it in walmart.

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I like Bulls Eye barbeque sauces - there are many flavours.

Have you looked at Walmart to see if Great Value makes a teriyaki sauce - I have noticed that that brand will list gluten after the ingredients list (I use their soy sauce).

Really? You've seen gluten-free status on Great Value brands? Are you in BC? I've yet to notice the gluten-free label on Great Value brand in Canada.

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I would bathe in Sweet Baby Rays if given the chance - awesome sauce.

Have you had a major issue in finding gluten free BBQ sauces? Teriyaki has been an issue for me (most have some sort of soy sauce in them), but I have not really seen BBQ sauces with gluten in them.

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OHHH I am sooo glad to hear that Sweet Baby Rays is gluten free! I love that bq sauce, it is the best =)

Anyone know which ketchup is gluten free? I dont want to dirve 40 miles to get some that I can use

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OHHH I am sooo glad to hear that Sweet Baby Rays is gluten free! I love that bq sauce, it is the best =)

Anyone know which ketchup is gluten free? I dont want to dirve 40 miles to get some that I can use

In our household we've replaced ketchup and BBQ sauce with Oli's Sweet 'n Spicy Sauce. It's great on everything.

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