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Is there such a thing as a gluten free substitute for Campbell's condensed tomato soup? I have a couple of really good recipes that call for this. The closest I can find is Heinz that is imported from England. I tastes right, but is not condensed, so the thickness is not right.

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Tried using a bit of red gold tomato paste to thicken it or I love using tomato powder from YumRush for thickening. Also I think pacific foods has a tomato soup.


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Thanks for the tomato paste idea. Pacific does have a gluten-free tomato soup, but it is not condensed, so same problem with texture.

I am still in mourning for the Pacific cream of celery soup. Thank goodness for their cream of mushroom and chicken.

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Make your own!  Make a basic white sauce (butter, milk, and gluten-free flour/starch).  Add tomato paste, cooked celery/celery seed,  mushrooms, spices, whatever floats your boat.  Takes just minutes.  Sub out any item (e.g. Milk) for something you can tolerate.  


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