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Fully Cooked Bacon?

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I have two boxes of Oscar Mayer Fully Cooked Bacon (Original flavor) in my fridge that I bought before hearing I might have gluten issues.  I have been reading that most bacon is gluten-free.  This one being the pre-cooked kind, I didn't know if it was safe.  Does anyone here use it and have good luck with it?  There are a few ingredients I am not sure about.  On the package it says, " Cured with water, salt, sugar, sodium phosphates, sodium ascorbate, sodium nitrite."  

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19 minutes ago, LilyR said:

I have two boxes of Oscar Mayer Fully Cooked Bacon (Original flavor) in my fridge that I bought before hearing I might have gluten issues.  I have been reading that most bacon is gluten-free.  This one being the pre-cooked kind, I didn't know if it was safe.  Does anyone here use it and have good luck with it?  There are a few ingredients I am not sure about.  On the package it says, " Cured with water, salt, sugar, sodium phosphates, sodium ascorbate, sodium nitrite."  

I use it sometimes.  I don't see any gluten in the ingredients


 

 

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1 minute ago, LilyR said:

Thank you.  I wasn't sure if gluten hid in some of those weird phosphate and ascorbate ingredients. 

In the US and many other countries, wheat must be labelled.  chemicals would not be gluten.


 

 

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