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Truly Gluten And Soy- Free Tomato Sauce?
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Hi everyone,

Could anyone tell me an absolutely certain choice of tomato sauce (spaghetti sauce) that has no gluten, soy or high fructose? And NO cc issues? And available on the East coast, let's say in the vicinity of, oh...Maine? I think Newman's is okay but they use soy. I've had trouble in the past with all Amy's products.

Thank you for any advice! I usually make my own but it would be nice to have one that's easy on occasion.

Take care,

lisa

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Bertolli makes an organic spaghetti sauce - no soy, no corn (syrup or citric acid), no dairy

And, it's quite good - although I usually add more oregano.

Ingredients for the OliveOil,Basil & Garlic sauce: tomato, olive oil, onion, sugar, sea salt, garlic, basil, black pepper, oregano

I buy it at our local grocery store in the midwest - don't know if it's available where you live, though.

You could call Bertolli to find out if they sell it in your area 1-800-450-8699

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Hi Lisa :)

I buy (and love) Enrico's Traditional Pasta Sauce. I get the "no salt added", which is even labeled "gluten free".

The ingredients are as follows: tomato puree, tomatoes, olive oil, sugar, garlic, onions, black pepper, lemon juice, basil, oregano, bay leaf, fennel, and parsley.

No preservatives, artificial flavors, additives, or fillers.

I get it at Wegman's, but I know that Shop Rite also carries it. Not sure if you have either one of those up there.

The company's phone # is--1-888-472-8237......and they have a website---www.enricos.com.

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I can't remember specific brand names but if you have a health food store or Whole Foods nearby they should have plenty of options.

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Thank you everyone! (Hi, Patti-hope you are well!)

I am going to look for those. And, yes, Portland has a nice Whole Foods, my problem is I don't always trust the "gluten-free" label (Amy's?) I need to hear from trusted sources that it's really okay. I know it's ridiculous, but I really am one of those people who reacts to a very small amount of gluten.

I'll look again for the Bertolli's; that sounds a little familiar. I wish good old Paul hadn't put soy in his recipe...

thank you again,

lisa

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And the Enrico's! Gosh, thank you, too, everyone for web-sites and phone numbers.

(I do make a mean sauce myself but I think I'm TIRED right now and looking for some fast items. Good thing I'm not a pioneer woman, I guess.

Don't forget to vote. (Is that okay to say?- I don't even know!)

lisa

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maybe look for Seeds of Change if you hit the health food store. I remember that one being pretty good and problem free.

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Rao's Homemade. The one I have is Arrabbiate Fra Diavolo Sauce - Hot.

Ingredients:

Imported Italian Tomatoes

Imported Olive Oil

Fresh Onions

Salt

Fresh Garlic

Crushed red peper

Fresh basil

Black pepper

Oregano

Really good. I get it at Safeway. Don't know if they have Safeway back there.

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a can of diced tomatoes and some italian herbs simmered for a few minutes is a lazy approximation of homemade. (I never buy premade, cause I just don't use it, but also don't always feel like making a production from can, let alone tomato.)

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Thank you some more everyone. Tarnalberry- can you suggest a trusted line of canned tomato products? sorry, I just have really not been having many processed products for years!

Thank you all!

lisa

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Lisa;

I am a chef that lives in Maine and was tired of trying to find quality Gluten Free/Dairy Free Pasta sauces....I too have tried Seeds of Change, Amy's and Vino demilo...needless to say, they left me searching. They were just horrid!.

Tracey

Hi everyone,

Could anyone tell me an absolutely certain choice of tomato sauce (spaghetti sauce) that has no gluten, soy or high fructose? And NO cc issues? And available on the East coast, let's say in the vicinity of, oh...Maine? I think Newman's is okay but they use soy. I've had trouble in the past with all Amy's products.

Thank you for any advice! I usually make my own but it would be nice to have one that's easy on occasion.

Take care,

lisa

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