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Corned Beef And Cabbage

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Does anyone know if corned beef and cabbage is gluten free? My favorite family restaurant serves it every Wednesday and I sure would love to order some. Problem is, I don't know what is in the brine that corned beef is made with.

Sharon

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you should ask the chef.

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Guest nini

oh man that brings back memories, my dad used to make that a lot when I was growing up... I'm going to have to get the recipe from him!

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The corned beef I buy is corn/gluten/soy/etc. free and I just pick it up at my local grocery store. I throw it into the crock pot with cabbage and potatoes - boy, my one son doesn't like meat too much but when we have this, he can't get enough.

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you should ask the chef.

Yes, I will be asking the chef/owner of the restaurant. However, I don't always trust that they really know for sure. I think I will go to the market and read the label on the corned beef.

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All the corned beef I've ever checked out at the market has been gluten-free, even the spice packet. But absolutely do talk to folks at the restaurant.

richard

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All the corned beef I've ever checked out at the market has been gluten-free, even the spice packet. But absolutely do talk to folks at the restaurant.

richard

Sounds like I will be able to enjoy corned beef and cabbage! Thanks to all of you for your input.

Sharon

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I eat corned beef and cabbage from the regular ol supermarket. The spices have always been fine for me too. I would ask the chef anyway.. just to be doubly sure. I make this awesome sweet/tangy mustard sauce to go with it... put it on the beef and cabbage and heck the boiled potatoes too!

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