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Gluten Free Italian Sausage?

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Hey Celiacs, is there a safe brand of italian sausage out there? Johnsonville says that they're gluten-free but has anyone given it a go and got away with it? I saw a couple of brands I looked up on the CSA site: Caninos, and Mulay's Sausage. The only problem is they're not available anywhere near me(Cincinnati). Anybody know of any safe national brands out there?

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Meats fall under the USDA instead of the FDA, but they follow the FDA rules for gluten.  It is safe.  As always, read the label!     I can not eat sausage because of the casing and garlic, but I feed it to my gluten free hubby and he has no issues with it).  

https://www.glutenfreewatchdog.org/news/foods-labeled-gluten-free-must-now-be-in-compliance-with-the-fda-gluten-free-labeling-rule/

I buy Johnsonville.  I have eaten it, but like I said, garlic and casings still get to me, but it is NOT a gluten reaction.  (Vomit once and I am good to go!).   So good in my spaghetti sauce and we grill them all summer.  We eat Hillshire Farms Polish sausage too.  


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