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Who Makes Little Packets Of Condiments?

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I have no problem bringing a little bottle of my own soy sauce when I get sushi, but what if I don't know where I'm going? I'd like to get some little packets of wheat free soy sauce and other condiments that I can keep with me if I don't know my plans. Does anyone make little stuff like this? What do you all do in this case? Do you all keep travel-sized bottles of condiments?

Honestly, I can be strict about everything else but the eating out a lot is part of living in San Francisco. That's the one thing that will be hardest for me to do, and I'm determined not to give it up.

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www.minimus.biz has trial sizes of a lot of things. I know for sure that the soy sauces they have right now all have wheat, but minimus says that one of the brands is coming out with a wheat-free version soon. I had totally forgotten about them until a couple days ago when I got an email from them. I had ordered a ton of stuff from them while my BIL was in Iraq. It's great because you can order as little as just one packet of things, instead of having a whole box. I'm getting ready to order a bunch of stuff for a trip in April.

If you're interested in big boxes, I think that some restaurant supply stores sell stuff like that. The last time I was in Smart and Final, I remember seeing boxes of ketchup packets and such, but I haven't been there in a long time, so I'm not sure.

Another good thing about Minimus, btw, is that they have ingredient lists for just about everything.

Hope that helps!

Nancy

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I usually pick up the individual packets when I'm at a place that also has carry out.I just ask to buy ten or so and they tell me to help myself. You can order salad dressing Packets from Mc Donalds so I buy them there so when I go someplace that I'm not sure of I have my own salad pkt with me. They have neuman's own dressings at our mickey d's.

good luck

mamaw

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Here's a link for Panda Brand Low Sodium, Gluten Free Soy Sauce that comes in packs. They also have a printable rest. card as well.

http://www.kariout.com/gluten.html

For salad dressing I use Annie's Naturals Dressing packs. Some ARE Gluten Free and some AREN't but they have a list and the dressings that are gluten-free are listed that way on the bottles and packs. They're are a couple dressings that I don't mind using on my baked potato or chicken etc. I was able to get a box of the packs from my co-op buying club.

http://www.allergygrocery.com/Merchant2/me...ory_Code=annies

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Here's a link for Panda Brand Low Sodium, Gluten Free Soy Sauce that comes in packs. They also have a printable rest. card as well.

http://www.kariout.com/gluten.html

Thanks so much for both of those sites, but I am not able to find the gluten free packets on the kari-out site. Have you purchased them from the site? I see where they are talking about it, but now where to go to buy it.....

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Have you purchased them from the site? I see where they are talking about it, but now where to go to buy it.....

I haven't ordered from them but you might give them a call to see if you can order or if they can give you a name of a vendor, online or in your area. They do some advertising in allergy/celiac disease magazines as well. Before going gluten-free my local Japanese Rest. started giving these with sushi and take out. I'll try to keep looking and let you know if I run across anything else. :)

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I asked Kari-out if I could buy stuff separately because I don't live near a restaurant.

Hello Amy,

Kari-Out goes to market only through distributors. Based on this, we can not sell individuals directly. We do have a distributor who will sell consumers directly. You may contact them via the internet at: www.wprs.us or by phone at: 914-428-1370.

Please note, we have several different Soy Sauce Packet items. To ensure that you get the Gluten Free item, I've listed our item number and complete product description below. I've also attached the proper packet artwork, for easy product identification.

Thank you for the inquiry!

I didn't post the graphics, but here are the direct links:

gluten-free Soy Sauce Single Packets

gluten-free Soy Sauce By The Case

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Wow this is really awesome! My husband is Japanese and we eat a lot of Japanese stuff out. This will be awesome to keep with me on hand! We had just been putting it in little to go containers, but this would be much easier to go somewhere on a "whim." Thank you!!

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