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Hormel Beef Tamales

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Thanks!

I do know that they are supposed to declare the wheat, however... I saw some stuff at Big Lots and it's not necessarily the freshest stuff. Or manufactured in this country. So that kind of worried me. Then I got to craving tamales. I know these are not the best tamales around, but given my food allergies, one that I'm not allergic to. I don't have to avoid gluten but my daughter does so I wanted to make sure before I bought them.

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On 3/29/2007 at 4:39 PM, Juliebove said:

I know these are not the best tamales around, but given my food allergies, one that I'm not allergic to.

I actually prefer Hormel tamales over actual tamales*, and have for years before my diagnosis. They remind me of the little tamales I used to get at my favorite Chicago hot dog joint. That they were gluten-free was just a bonus.

 

*This is the highest form of blasphemy according to my wife.

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59 minutes ago, davelog said:

I actually prefer Hormel tamales over actual tamales*, and have for years before my diagnosis. They remind me of the little tamales I used to get at my favorite Chicago hot dog joint. That they were gluten-free was just a bonus.

 

*This is the highest form of blasphemy according to my wife.

All of the above posts are more than 10 years old.  ingredients change over time, so please check for yourself before eating.  


 

 

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