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Bothwell Cheeses
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My hubby bought some bothwell cheeses in a fundraiser and they look delicious... they also look gluten-free, but I seem to remember reacting to one of them a couple years ago and I'm afraid to try! I searched online but there is no information that I can find regarding the gluten-free status of their cheeses. Does anyone know if bothwell cheeses are gluten-free? Does anyone eat these? This cheese is from New Bothwell, Manitoba :) ...so I wonder if they're not widely available? Ugh. I wish companies had better allergy and gluten information on their websites!

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My hubby bought some bothwell cheeses in a fundraiser and they look delicious... they also look gluten-free, but I seem to remember reacting to one of them a couple years ago and I'm afraid to try! I searched online but there is no information that I can find regarding the gluten-free status of their cheeses. Does anyone know if bothwell cheeses are gluten-free? Does anyone eat these? This cheese is from New Bothwell, Manitoba :) ...so I wonder if they're not widely available? Ugh. I wish companies had better allergy and gluten information on their websites!

Not familiar with Bothwell cheeses, sorry. :huh: I would assume that they should be labeled for ingredients.

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Thanks Lisa. Yes, the ingredients listed as gluten-free, I just had a paranoid moment where I swore I had reacted to the jalapeneo flavour before, but I'm not even sure now if it was the same brand. Anyway, I tried a bit of the cheddar and the garlic flavours and they were delicious. No reaction :)

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Other than some weird "beer" cheese, every cheese I'm familiar with is gluten-free. But I've never heard of Bothwell.

richard

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It's really quite delicious lol http://www.bothwellcheese.com/

Might only be available in Canada, it's made in Manitoba

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