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quickie question - I saw all of the talk about kitchen bouquet, which really upset me cuz I just made a huge batch of dry onion soup mix using bette hagman's recipe. did anyone find out for sure if it IS or IS NOT gluten free? Also, I know kalhua is a safe alcoholic beverage. what about bailys?

thanking whoever replies!

~Patti~

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I verified by phone that Kitchen Bouquet is gluten free. The rep. said it contains a small amount of corn gluten, but there is no wheat in it at all.

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Guys - Urgent ...I checked the Bailey's Irish Cream website and they said something about it not being safe for celiacs...where did you get info that Bailey's is safe????

Thanks!

Baileys Irish Cream is gluten-free.

This is the Bailey's Irish Cream statement regarding gluten, this makes me assume it isn't gluten free...correct???:

Gluten: Please be advised that the whiskey used in Baileys is manufactured by fermenting grain, which contains gluten. Due to the presence of gluten in the whiskey components before distillation we cannot absolutely guarantee that there are no effects to coeliacs. As we are not qualified to give medical advice persons requiring a gluten-free diet must consult their medical adviser before consuming Baileys.

quickie question - I saw all of the talk about kitchen bouquet, which really upset me cuz I just made a huge batch of dry onion soup mix using bette hagman's recipe. did anyone find out for sure if it IS or IS NOT gluten free? Also, I know kalhua is a safe alcoholic beverage. what about bailys?

thanking whoever replies!

~Patti~

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Yes, the whiskey is made from fermented grain, which is then distilled. It is generally accepted that the distillation process eliminates any gluten from the final product. The gluten molecule is too large to pass into the distillate and remains in the undistilled mash. That is just a CYA statement, IMO.

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oh my goodness! this gluten-free stuff is just all too confusing!

I too thought the distilling process removed all gluten. isn't that why triple distilled adult beverages are ok for us (like smirnoff vodka?)

Maybe this too is on an individual basis - like some say about oats? another confusing issue!

I've been gluten-free for about 9 years, and am still learning.

~Patti in NJ~

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