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Ok am very confused on the whole salad dressig thing. Why cant I eat bottled salad dressing if it does not say wheat on the label? :huh:

Have read that in several different places.

Thank you

Laura

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Some salad dressings have gluten, but there are lots you can have. Most Kraft dressings are gluten-free--just read the ingredients. If there is gluten, Kraft will clearly disclose it. Golden Italian and French are the two I use regularly. Wish-Bone is a Unilever brand--they, too, will clearly list gluten in the ingredients.

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In the US, Wishbone & Ken's say gluten-free on them Most other salad dressings are gluten-free. Look for malt vinegar or soy sauce (wheat, soy, etc) on the ingredients.

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Ok so let me get this straight...not only do I have to look at the ingredients in the items that I choose but also have to look at the ingredients in the ingredients of the items I choose? :o

Sorry still new to this whole gluten free thing...thought I kinda understood but now not too sure :D

Laura

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soy sauce is not a one ingredient. Its usually written soy sauce (wheat, soy...) But its all on the ingredient list. . Its quite common to list ingredients, gluten or otherwise that way.

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It may appear as a main ingredient, or may appear in parentheses as a subingredient. But it will be there, so if you read whole list, including sublists, and don't see it, it is not there. It you see the name of a gluten source anywhere, avoid the product.

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Yep, I've had to throw out sauces and dressings that list soy sauce as an ingredient (without breaking it down further). However, in the allergen information they all say "contains wheat."

Took me a while to figure out where that wheat was hiding!

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Ok, I'm new to this game too and have been purging stuff in my pantry. Let me see, soy sauce bad..soy good? What about soy milk like Silk?

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Ok, I'm new to this game too and have been purging stuff in my pantry. Let me see, soy sauce bad..soy good? What about soy milk like Silk?

Soy sauce that has wheat in it. It should say : water, olive oil, soy sauce ( wheat, soy, ...) salt. There are soy sauces without wheat. If they have wheat, they must list it in the US & Canada.

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Soy sauce that has wheat in it. It should say : water, olive oil, soy sauce ( wheat, soy, ...) salt. There are soy sauces without wheat. If they have wheat, they must list it in the US & Canada.

Thanks, I have discovered that in labeling so soy itself and soy milk is ok?

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Thanks, I have discovered that in labeling so soy itself and soy milk is ok?

Soy doesn't contain gluten. Read the ingredients of products to see if any gluten is added.

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