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Annie Dressings And Ians Chicken Nuggets...

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has anyone tried either product? any comments/suggestions?

It's nearly as quick and inexpensive to make your own chicken strips/nuggets, fingers. Either buy breasts, boneless thighs, or tenderloins- dip them in egg and roll in seasoned crumbs or rice flour. Then fry or bake. YUMMY!

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Annie's dressings are hit or miss. Sometimes the label reads "White Distilled Vinegar from Corn or Rye" yet the bottle says "gluten free," so watch out. I really enjoyed the Roasted Garlic Vinagrette until I found out about the rye. Most of them look so good! However, they are expensive, and if you pick one out and don't like it.. then you just wasted a good couple of bucks. The Balsamic Vinaigrette made me gag each time, the Roasted Red Pepper Vinaigrette is ok (it was missing something..), the Lite Raspberry Vinaigrette was disgusting, but I do love their BBQ sauce. Anyways...


Lol.. I also really love all of the Brianna's.. most all of them are gluten free, except the ones with blatantly gluten ingredients in the ingredient line, just be sure to read them.

2006- IgG: various food intolerances

Wheat/Gluten free: February 2008

Soy free (IgA stool-positive): April 2008

GLUTEN free: 10/6/08

Dairy-lite: May 2008

Vegan: July 2008 - October 2008

Hypothyroid: August 2008


pro- RAW dairy


pro-health and fitness

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I've tried the Ian's fish sticks before, and enjoyed them. Just got some nuggets the other day, and they were ok. I liked the crunch of the nugget, but they were a little bland. Coated them w/ ketchup and mustard, and they were great!

I've never found/tried any other brand of gluten-free nuggets.

Slightly off-topic, but Ian's gluten-free, dairy free pizzas are excellent. The best I've found for Gluten-free Casein-free eaters!

Oooh, wish i could find these at my HFS :)


Born and raised in Portland, OR; Currently living in Provo, UT

Gluten-free since June 2006

Also living with Hypoglycemia since 1991

Dairy-free for good since summer 2008

Started IBS diet and probiotics at GI's recommendation - Fall 2008

Also avoiding: potatoes, beans, crucifers, popcorn, most red meat, coconut milk :(

Started eating a Paleo diet Spring 2011. Love it!

The grass is always greener where you water it.

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I eat the Ian's nuggets almost every day for lunch. I like them. Daughter used to but now says she doesn't. She will however eat them. She dips them in ketchup and mustard. She prefers the fish sticks. Both of us like the kid's meal with the nuggets. Oddly those nuggets are larger.

Haven't used the Annies in a long time. I used to get some tomato based dressing but I believe there is now a cross contamination disclaimer on the label. I don't think it was gluten, but it might be another of daughter's allergens.

We now get Blanchard and Blanchard dressing.

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