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A La Orden brand enchilada sauce gluten-free?

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I'm making shredded beef in the crokpot for enchiladas and was wondering if anyone else out there has ever tried A La Orden brand canned red enchilada sauce and know if it's gluten free? I'm not seeing any ingredients which list wheat, barley, or any of that. Just modified food starch is what I'm wary about. Also something called hydrolyzed corn product. 

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I use Frontera Red Enchiladas sauce mixed in with jackfruit for vegan enchilada meat cooked up in a crock pot. I actually just made 2lbs of it just a hour ago.


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