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Glutenous rice is gluten-free. Basically it's one of those name things, like you said. It's just a world used to mean that it's sticky.

Rice vinegar should be fine. If the ingredients look gluten-free, I'd feel comfortable with it.

Nancy


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Grains do have gluten...including rice but we just have to avoid certain grains. Rice vinegar should be fine too


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It's actually a different spelling, its glutinous, with an I. Just means "sticky".

Totally safe.

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Whew, I'd been looking for an alternative to sandwiches so I thought I'd try sushi rolls but with meat and veg instead of the raw fish, I got the gluten free soy sauce (doesn't taste very nice) I just wanted to be sure the rest of the ingredients were ok.

Thanks :)

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You should try San-J Wheat Free Tamari instead of gluten free soy sauce. We love it. I think it tastes much better than soy sauce.


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Tamari is great and not as salty either. Once you keep using a product your taste buds ajust anyway. A lot of salt is not good for the body and tamari is a step in the right direction.

Joss

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Glutenous Rice is another name for Sushi rice, Short Grain White Rice or Sweet White rice or vice versa. It's stickier than longer grain rice, and shorter so it's perfect for Sushi. You can also find Glutenous Rice Flour aka Sweet Rice Flour, which is used to make Mochi.

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Whew, I'd been looking for an alternative to sandwiches so I thought I'd try sushi rolls but with meat and veg instead of the raw fish, I got the gluten free soy sauce (doesn't taste very nice) I just wanted to be sure the rest of the ingredients were ok.

Thanks :)

Be careful though - a lot of those "California roll" type things have imitation crab meat in them, which almost always contains gluten (from wheat).


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There are ingredients called "rice gluten" and "corn gluten" and they are safe since they come from corn and rice. I was confused the first time I saw that.


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