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I'm confused - I thought I'd learned that Gorgonzola was not safe to eat because of how it was aged (on bread?).  But a restaurant I frequently go to - one that has very comforting gluten-free practices, and seems very knowledgeable -- has gorgonzola as an option on their gluten free pizza.  I've never asked them, but can that be right?

 

I know I initially avoided blue cheese for the same reason, but then learned that most of the commercially available blue cheese in the US is safe (is that true?) and have been eating it with no incident.  Is it the same for gorgonzola?  I do love my gorgonzola (or used to) and it would be great if I could have it again.

 

Does anyone know?  I did a search here and found mostly older posts that seemed unsure, so I thought there might have been new research.

 

Thanks.

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Yum!  LOVE gorgonzola (it is blue cheese).  Trying to incorporate it into my dinner party Sat night. Thinking maybe in little stuffed tomatoes?  Maybe just crumbles on the antipasto plate?

 

 

good explanation

 

http://celiac-disease.com/ask-gfq-does-cheese-contain-gluten/


 

 

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Just a fancy name for a fancier blue cheese... haha.  Now I want some steak gorgonzola alfredo.  I better get on it in the kitchen soon!


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