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Hello, I’m trying to determine if Weber products grill spray is safe or not. Most Weber products say gluten free. This one does not but it doesn’t seem to have any gluten containing ingredients. I called the company today and they said they do not test for it. The agent couldn’t tell me if any of the ingredients contained gluten just that they do not test it. 
 

 I had it yesterday (it was served to me—unbeknownst to me until after!!)  and my stomach is upset today, so I’m inclined to think it’s that but I’d like to know if anyone else had gotten a more definitive answer from the company. 
 

I’ll be avoiding it going forward! 


-Ami

 

gluten-free since March 8, 2014

Positive for celiac antibodies and EMA

Diagnosed with Celiac on April 8, 2014

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Was the grill itself, free from gluten (did someone use seasoning or toast the bun on it recently?).  On shared grilles, I use a clean silicone mat or foil to prevent cross contamination.  The spray should be gluten free from what I read online.  But who makes the spray?  Pam?   Pam also makes a spray with flour to prep cake pans, etc.  I hope someone else has an opinion.  


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It might be made my the company that makes Pam. Pam makes several versions of their canola oil spray. Only one contains gluten. We have used the Original Pam since my diagnosis twenty years ago, without any problems.


Peter

Diagnosis by biopsy of practically non-existent villi; gluten-free since July 2000. I was retested five years later and the biopsy was normal. You can beat this disease!

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