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Lawry's Season Salt
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I've tried searching this site and can't find anything else re: Lawry's Season Salt. I also did a Ask.com query and discovered that the company confirmed that according to their ingredients list, is indeed glutenfree. So why do it seem to hugely bother me?? I do indeed have other food groups that I have issues with but NONE of them are in Lawry's. I grew up eating Lawry's and never had a problem with it till I became gluten-intolerant, along with the other food intolerances about 6 yrs ago. Lawry's and chili powder seem to be on that list. I can have cayenne pepper, salsa's, etc but not the powder. Any thoughts???

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It is a McCormick product, so you know that any gluten will be clearly listed on the label. I use it without any troubles. As you say, you may be reacting to something other than gluten.

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I have Hy's season salt and it says it's a McCormick product (I just checked) - is Lawry's too ?

I am in Canada so maybe that is the difference.

I love that McCormick's has full disclosure !

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Another poster says it is. I have no clue as to why it bothers me. Its kinda hard as my husband loves it and puts it on everything he cooks. He sets aside my stuff and doesn't use it on mine, of course, but I'm noticing that restaurants use it quite a bit too. I'd just like to know what there is about it that's bothering me.

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Maybe it would be worth keeping track of the ingredients and see if any are repeating on list when you feel ill? This might give you an idea as to something you're sensitive to besides gluten. Just a thought :)

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You are right, of course, Caselynn. Thank you.

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