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I should have known better than to believe the gluten free labeling . But I googled and didn't find any horror stories. So I gave this a try and needless to say, i got contaminated. Just wanted to warn those of you so you wouldn't make the mistake . 

Wish u all the best. 


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You could not pay me to eat a hot dog or sausage!  But I react to two things NOT related to gluten: the casings and garlic.  I used to think it was nitrates too,  but bacon is fine.  This has been going on for 20 years.  No matter the brand, I vomit.  

But my gluten-free hubby can easily down a hot dog and he gets no reactions.   Many of us have temporary (e.g. Lactose) or permanent food intolerances.  Corn is fine for me, but many of our members react to it.  This dog has corn.  Another possible culprit!  

I would offer this hot dog to my gluten-free family and friends and would feel extremely confident that it is gluten free.  




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