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Dry Roasted Peanuts?
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I've seen conflicting accounts on dry roasted nuts - are they gluten free or not? and if they aren't what about them that makes them not gluten free?

what about unblanched dry roasted nuts? anyone know?

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Nuts alone are gluten free, however many are processed on the same equipment or in the same facility as wheat. Read the ingredients list and look over the labels carefully. Many I have seen say "may contain wheat". My personal rule is if it says "processed in the same facility as wheat" I may risk it, but I avoid "processed on the same equipment as wheat" or "may contain wheat". That said all those warning labels are voluntary in the US. Companies don't have to disclose if something is processed with wheat. So I would rather see a warning about a shared facility than no warning at all.

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Dry roasted nuts tend to have flavorings. Some are safe and some are not. Call the company and ask about whether they are gluten-free or not. I usually ask if wheat, rye barley or oats are used in the product rather than asking if the item is gluten free.

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Dry roasted nuts tend to have flavorings. Some are safe and some are not. Call the company and ask about whether they are gluten-free or not. I usually ask if wheat, rye barley or oats are used in the product rather than asking if the item is gluten free.

That is excellent advice...I still run into people (but getting better) that will ask "what is gluten?"

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Some brands are, some are not. Read the ingredients label and allergy warnings.

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I usually get Planters brand nuts because they are clearly labeled. I haven't had any problems with their nuts that don't have gluten ingredients listed. Not all their nuts are gluten-free however, so you have to read the labels. Other nutz are kind of whacky and out there. :)

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