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Hunts Ketchup And Vlassic Pickles


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#1 dube

 
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Posted 24 March 2011 - 02:29 PM

I was told that Both Hunts Ketchup and Vlassic Pickles were gluten-free! I don't understand...I put them on my burger the other day..with gluten-free buns...and now I have the big "D"...it has to be them. What am I doing wrong, was I missed informed????
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Posted 24 March 2011 - 02:35 PM

I was told that Both Hunts Ketchup and Vlassic Pickles were gluten-free! I don't understand...I put them on my burger the other day..with gluten-free buns...and now I have the big "D"...it has to be them. What am I doing wrong, was I missed informed????



Sorry you're ill. Both Hunts Ketchup and All Vlassic's are gluten free.

Many times, your gluten reaction time can vary the longer you are gluten free. It makes it difficult to pinpoint the culprit.
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Posted 24 March 2011 - 02:58 PM

I was told that Both Hunts Ketchup and Vlassic Pickles were gluten-free! I don't understand...I put them on my burger the other day..with gluten-free buns...and now I have the big "D"...it has to be them. What am I doing wrong, was I missed informed????


I eat both of those brands all the time and I'm very sensitive to gluten. How was your burger cooked? Did you cook it on grill or in a pan that was used for gluten-containing foods in the past? Did other people in your household eat regular gluten buns on their burgers? If you shared any of the condiments or even just opened up their buns for them and then fixed your own then you gltuened yourself. If they touched the gltuen buns and then reached their hand into a bag of chips it's contaminated as well. Was the meat well cooked? I would suspect either cross-contamination OR the possibility of food posioning. Or you may be having a delated reaction from soemthing else. The timing of our reactions can change as we heal and it's not always predictable. I hope you feel better soon!
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