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hi all i am going to a restaurant called famous dave tonight i called ahead but they couldnt say for sure wether they bar be que sauce is safe but i could order the burger plain and baked potato and was welcomed to bring in my own sauce so does anyone know which one is safe and i will go to walmart on my way and take one with me. dont feel like being left out as its a barbeque place and eveyone else will be eating they sauce would like to fit in so does anyone know which one to purchase thanlks liz

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Karen:

Just to verify...all Kraft products that lists vinegar, they are safe and good for us to buy?

Vinegar always throws me for a loop. With Kraft, when they list vinegar, it is always ok? But if it lists malt vineager, obviously is is not ok.

So....with that said, I can buy Kraft Barbeque Sauce the lists vineager and it will be safe?

Still learning after all these months, probably after years.......... :huh:

Hugs back, Lisa B.

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Kraft chicen and rib bbq sauce is great.

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Karen:

Just to verify...all Kraft products that lists vinegar, they are safe and good for us to buy?

Vinegar always throws me for a loop. With Kraft, when they list vinegar, it is always ok? But if it lists malt vineager, obviously is is not ok.

So....with that said, I can buy Kraft Barbeque Sauce the lists vineager and it will be safe?

Still learning after all these months, probably after years.......... :huh:

Hugs back, Lisa B.

Yep, if it is Kraft and it says vinegar or food starch, etc. they will clearly list if it is the kind that is no good for us. That's why I love those guys!!!

Hugs.

Karen

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I actually eat at Famous Dave's pretty frequently, and the Texas Pit sauce and Georgia Mustard are safe. If you ask the manager, they should have a list of all the things that you can't have.

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Thank you for your clarification............ This site is hopp'in..........wow.

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Bone Suckin' and Sweet Baby Ray's are gluten-free and very good.

Don't forget that with the new labeling law kicking in, it won't be too awfully long until things like MFS shouldn't be a worry. Although the labeling law doesn't cover barley, I've never heard of it being used in MFS or natural flavors or such. Manufacturers still can use their old labels until they're gone, so we can't trust it yet, but it's coming.....

richard

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Oh man... we just found Bone Suckin' Sauce... it's delish!

I've found that often the "store brand" of things like BBQ sauce and spaghetti sauce have better ingredients than the big name brands. Often the big name brands will have modified food starch and high fructose corn syrup (which doesn't have anything to do with celiac disease but is just a sugar no one needs!!) when the cheaper store brand does not!! Check them out!

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Oh man... we just found Bone Suckin' Sauce... it's delish!

I've found that often the "store brand" of things like BBQ sauce and spaghetti sauce have better ingredients than the big name brands. Often the big name brands will have modified food starch and high fructose corn syrup (which doesn't have anything to do with celiac disease but is just a sugar no one needs!!) when the cheaper store brand does not!! Check them out!

Yes! I found this too! I called my Co-Op about some of their sauces and I can have the honey garlic sauce I like so much. It is such a thrill these days when I find one of my favourite products I can still eat :D

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