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Safeway Brand Spices


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#1 starrytrekchic

 
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Posted 19 September 2012 - 01:47 PM

Anyone have any personal experience using these? I understand the pure spices are gluten free, but not made on dedicated lines. I'm sensitive enough to react to something made on shared lines. The spice in question is ground nutmeg, but I'd be interested in knowing people's experiences with Safeway brand spices in general.

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Posted 19 September 2012 - 02:38 PM

Anyone have any personal experience using these? I understand the pure spices are gluten free, but not made on dedicated lines. I'm sensitive enough to react to something made on shared lines. The spice in question is ground nutmeg, but I'd be interested in knowing people's experiences with Safeway brand spices in general.

Thanks!


I have no experience with them BUT I highly recommend buying whole nutmeg and grating it yourself. It tastes so much nicer - there is no comparison. And it is very inexpensive. I get mine at a natural foods store. And there is no question that it is gluten free! :)
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