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What Gluten Free Chocolate Products Do Not Contain Soy
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I have found so many gluten free chocolates - but everyone I have found has some form of soy included in the ingredients. Can you recommend to me some chocolate that is gluten plus soy free? I am so a chocoholic and I am no longer able to tolerate the many foods that have soy in combination to the chocolate.

Thanks for your help!

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Enjoy Life makes some soy-free chocolate chips for baking and soy free chocolate bars: http://www.enjoylifefoods.com/

You may also want to look at some high-end organic dark chocolates. I know I saw someone post a few companies that make organic dark chocolate with not much more than cocoa but I don't recall the names. They were really pricey though.

I also really enjoy chocolate coconut milk ice cream made by Turtle Mountain. It's soy free as well as dairy free: http://www.purelydecadent.com/products/purely_decadent_Coconut_Milk_Chocolate.html

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We are also dairy-free and the 2 brands we buy are Enjoy Life (already mentioned) and Terra Nostra. Not all of the Terra Nostra Ricemilk Choco bars are soy-free though. Stay away from the truffle filled one. It has soy.

Michelle

Western Washington State

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Enjoy Life makes some soy-free chocolate chips for baking and soy free chocolate bars: http://www.enjoylifefoods.com/

You may also want to look at some high-end organic dark chocolates. I know I saw someone post a few companies that make organic dark chocolate with not much more than cocoa but I don't recall the names. They were really pricey though.

I also really enjoy chocolate coconut milk ice cream made by Turtle Mountain. It's soy free as well as dairy free: http://www.purelydecadent.com/products/purely_decadent_Coconut_Milk_Chocolate.html

thanks - I'll check these out - need my chocolate fix!

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We are also dairy-free and the 2 brands we buy are Enjoy Life (already mentioned) and Terra Nostra. Not all of the Terra Nostra Ricemilk Choco bars are soy-free though. Stay away from the truffle filled one. It has soy.

Michelle

Western Washington State

Thanks Michelle - I will see if I can find these local but stay afway from truffle...

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Enjoy Life makes some soy-free chocolate chips for baking and soy free chocolate bars: http://www.enjoylifefoods.com/

You may also want to look at some high-end organic dark chocolates. I know I saw someone post a few companies that make organic dark chocolate with not much more than cocoa but I don't recall the names. They were really pricey though.

I also really enjoy chocolate coconut milk ice cream made by Turtle Mountain. It's soy free as well as dairy free: http://www.purelydecadent.com/products/purely_decadent_Coconut_Milk_Chocolate.html

Any idea if the Purely Decadent is gluten free? It doesn't say so on the label and there is "Natural Flavoring" in all the ones I was checking out today. Enough doubt to make me at least try to find out. Sure would love it if it was gluten free as well as soy and dairy free.

CS

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Any idea if the Purely Decadent is gluten free? It doesn't say so on the label and there is "Natural Flavoring" in all the ones I was checking out today. Enough doubt to make me at least try to find out. Sure would love it if it was gluten free as well as soy and dairy free.

CS

Thta's strange. The last time I had it, it also said it was gluten free on the seal where it now just says soy free and dairy free. I did a search on their site and found this chart: http://www.turtlemountain.com/products/TM_Products_GlutenFree.pdf

Which shows that the chocolate is gluten free (along with several other flavors). But if you are really worried you might want to e-mail them and make sure that chart is up to date. I swear it used to say gluten free on the label where is says soy free and dairy free.

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Michel Cluizel, Theo, and Castelain are some soy (and gluten) free chocolates. Where you can find them depends on where you leave. I have ordered chocolate from ChocoSphere (online retailer) in the past and they were great!

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Michel Cluizel, Theo, and Castelain are some soy (and gluten) free chocolates. Where you can find them depends on where you leave. I have ordered chocolate from ChocoSphere (online retailer) in the past and they were great!

Thanks - I will see if there is a web site and product locator - I really need that fix!! :)

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Here' s another one:

Taza Chocolate

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Here' s another one:

Taza Chocolate

Thanks!

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Enjoy Life makes some soy-free chocolate chips for baking and soy free chocolate bars: http://www.enjoylifefoods.com/

You may also want to look at some high-end organic dark chocolates. I know I saw someone post a few companies that make organic dark chocolate with not much more than cocoa but I don't recall the names. They were really pricey though.

I also really enjoy chocolate coconut milk ice cream made by Turtle Mountain. It's soy free as well as dairy free: http://www.purelydecadent.com/products/purely_decadent_Coconut_Milk_Chocolate.html

I went to the store and found the purely decadent ice creams. They did not have the chocolate coconut milk one but all the others they did have did contain soy :( I read each label for the other flavors....boo hoo!

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I have been sooooo sensitive lately that when I want/need :) chocolate i make these

http://mealmakeovermoms.com/kitchen/2009/07/10/black-bean-brownies/

I am afraid to eat anything right now unless I am POSITIVE it wont be harmful

I use coconut oil and leave out the chocolate chips

Keep me posted if you find something good :)

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I have been sooooo sensitive lately that when I want/need :) chocolate i make these

http://mealmakeovermoms.com/kitchen/2009/07/10/black-bean-brownies/

I am afraid to eat anything right now unless I am POSITIVE it wont be harmful

I use coconut oil and leave out the chocolate chips

Keep me posted if you find something good :)

Thanks for the link. :) And how do they taste?

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Thanks for the link. :) And how do they taste?

like chocolate ,lol, the taste is excellent but they do have a bit of a chalky texture,probably from the cocco,, my daughter suggested using bakers chocolate instead of cocco but I havent checked to see if it is soy free yet.

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like chocolate ,lol, the taste is excellent but they do have a bit of a chalky texture,probably from the cocco,, my daughter suggested using bakers chocolate instead of cocco but I havent checked to see if it is soy free yet.

The Baker's brand unsweetened chocolate is soy-free and dairy-free. It is 100% cacao.

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