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Bob Evans Sausage
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I found a coupon for Bob Evans sausage in a Sunday paper so I thought I'd email them. I still sometimes have problems with pork products (I think it's because pigs are fed a lot of wheat). I'm going to try some sausage this weekend.

Garrett_Hajes@bobevans.com <Garrett_Hajes@bobevans.com> Tue, Apr 21, 2009 at 7:36 AM

I certainly appreciate you taking the time to e-mail us concerning Bob Evans Farms Inc. and our products.

I am happy to inform you that all of our sausage is gluten-free, including our one pound sausage rolls, sausage links, and sausage patties. All the different flavors are gluten-free: original, maple, Italian, zesty hot, and sage. In addition, our sausage is made in plants where only sausage is produced, thus there is no cross contamination from other food products. If you have further questions, please feel free to e-mail me or call me back.

Again we appreciate your comments. We value your patronage and appreciate your interest in Bob Evans Farms Inc.

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I use original Bob Evans sausage. I brown and crumble it in a medium saucepan. Do NOT drain, the flavor's in the fat! (While this recipe may be free of gluten, it certainly isn't free of calories...DIETERS BEWARE!) I then add one small carton of heavy whipping cream, and some milk. Salt, pepper (garlic powder) to taste, thicken with cornstarch. Vee-oh-lay!

**I appologize for not having any exact measurements, I just cook "freestyle" and don't pay attention to how much I actually put in of anything**

(To thicken, I take some of the "broth" out with a ladle and thicken it in a coffee mug first. I then slowly stir it back into the pot, and repeat as neccessary until desired thickness)

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Does anyone know of a sausage that is not gluten-free, ie. that contains wheat?

best regards, lm

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