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Rosarita Veg Refried Beans- Are They Gf?
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I have been trying to contact ConAgra about them and have had no response. Does anyone know if they are gluten-free? What about canned beans in general? I usually buy S&W 50% less sodium kidney and black beans. Are they gluten-free?

Please help...I have tried six times to cook dried pintos to make refried beans and can't get them right...so I am hoping to find canned...can anyone help!!!! :(

mrsfish

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My recipe

I take the bag of kidney/pinto beans.

Place them in a crock pot with water, salt, pepper, jalapenos and garlic.

Let is cook ALL DAY (most of the time on high). After 6-8 hours and the water being mostly absorbed (you may have to refill the water one or twice)

Drain the water

Put the beans/garlic.peppers in a mixing bowl. Use a hand blender or a mixer to "make the beans" Add milk/soy milk to desired consistency. Salt/Pepper to taste.

Voila........Refried beans for a month.... :lol:

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Yes, Rosarita Vegetarian Refried Beans ARE gluten-free. I did contact the company last year to verify gluten-free. I eat them all the time with NO reaction. I haven't used the S&W beans, but again try contacting the company. Most simply canned beans are gluten-free, but it's always good to read the label and/or contact the companies.

BURDEE

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Great! Thanks for all the info!!!! I will try the beans in the crock pot. I had not thought of using that. I have put an email to S&W. We will see if I hear anything back. I will try to call the tomorrow.

Thanks again,

Mrsfish

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I called S&W this morning and they are all gluten-free. All their canned veggies are gluten-free.

I am so happy to hear that!!!

just thought others might want to know!

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