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Where would I find this? :)

You can get it at health food stores, usually in the isle with the seasonings. It's usually in a little bag. It is not cheap, but if you ever try it you will not go back to regular salt ever again :)

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You can get it at health food stores, usually in the isle with the seasonings. It's usually in a little bag. It is not cheap, but if you ever try it you will not go back to regular salt ever again :)

Thanks--I've never noticed it, but will look for it the next time! Sounds great :)

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Wow, Peter. Are you sure of this? We'd called them before and they said gluten-free, but hey, something's making my son sick, and if you have inside info, then great...I'll just use something else.

No, I'm not sure. I heard somewhere that the US version might have barley, but my source was NOT the manufacturer, so if you have called them and asked, I would think your source is better than mine.

In the second post on this thread, Molly said it wasn't gluten-free, and she is usually a good source, but again, I would accept the manufacturer's statement in the absence of evidence to the contrary.

All that being said, if you have a bad reaction to a food, don't eat it!

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Where would I find this? :)

mercola.com sells some, though it's not the kind I was using. I got mine at the food co-op/healthfood store. It's about $9/bottle, but has all the trace minerals in it. I'm going to go see if I kept the empty bottle...nope. My nutiritonist suggested "Real Salt" by someone or another..

Here are some websites about Himalayan salt:

http://www.himalayancrystalsalt.com/

http://www.mercola.com/forms/salt.htm

http://www.himalayanlivingsalt.com/salt_facts.htm

I'll forward the kind I was using when I find it, but it looks like it might be more expensive.

All of that is if you were asking about the salt. If you were asking about the seasoning (which uses Himalayan Salt), I got that at the co-op also, but can find it at the website which I now forget, but was in previous post.

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mercola.com sells some, though it's not the kind I was using. I got mine at the food co-op/healthfood store. It's about $9/bottle, but has all the trace minerals in it. I'm going to go see if I kept the empty bottle...nope. My nutiritonist suggested "Real Salt" by someone or another..

Here are some websites about Himalayan salt:

http://www.himalayancrystalsalt.com/

http://www.mercola.com/forms/salt.htm

http://www.himalayanlivingsalt.com/salt_facts.htm

I'll forward the kind I was using when I find it, but it looks like it might be more expensive.

All of that is if you were asking about the salt. If you were asking about the seasoning (which uses Himalayan Salt), I got that at the co-op also, but can find it at the website which I now forget, but was in previous post.

Oh yeah I have that Real Salt too (dang I spend a lot of money on salt! :o ). It's not as good as Himalayan or Celtic, but it's good too.

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mercola.com sells some, though it's not the kind I was using. I got mine at the food co-op/healthfood store. It's about $9/bottle, but has all the trace minerals in it. I'm going to go see if I kept the empty bottle...nope. My nutiritonist suggested "Real Salt" by someone or another..

Here are some websites about Himalayan salt:

http://www.himalayancrystalsalt.com/

http://www.mercola.com/forms/salt.htm

http://www.himalayanlivingsalt.com/salt_facts.htm

I'll forward the kind I was using when I find it, but it looks like it might be more expensive.

All of that is if you were asking about the salt. If you were asking about the seasoning (which uses Himalayan Salt), I got that at the co-op also, but can find it at the website which I now forget, but was in previous post.

Bully4You--thank you for the information! I'm definately going to look for the salt--it sounds great. It's nice to know about the seasoning mix, also. :)

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Okay guys, I think my mom glutened me with Beef Bouillon yesterday. Once I was home (sick) she read me the ingredients and I didn't hear anything suspicious really, but I still think it was that since I got sick (major D) within 30-40 minutes after eating pot roast that she had seasoned with beef bouillon. She bought the beef bouillon sometime last fall, so it was before the new labelling laws. Any ideas? Are there any bouillons I can tell her to buy that are safe?

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Going back to Lawry's for a moment, I wish to withdraw my comments about the US version possibly having gluten. Looking into it more, Lawry's is a Unilever brand, and Unilever is company which will clearly disclose gluten. So, based on the ingredient lists for both countries, I believe that it is gluten-free in both cases.

See also this thread which discusses this topic.

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I know it has been some time since this thread was posted.  I am planning on using Lawry's seasoning, along with hot chili powder, pepper and paprika for a rub on my beef brisket. Is it safe? All indications are show safe. Anybody been using it - love to hear your experience.

Thanks

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I use Stubbs’ rub, chili mix and BBQ sauces.  It is made in Austin Texas and certified gluten free.  Otherwise, I use single spices.  Hope someone can tell you about their experiences with Lawry’s.  

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