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Question Regarding Ingesting Meat From Grain Eating Organism.

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For example, a crawfish. Crawfish are extremely healthy, one of the best tasting foods out there, and there's absolutely no gluten in the making of them. However when you eat them, you usually eat their digestive track, and crawfish forage for pretty much anything including plants.

Usually they are raised in rice fields, but for technicalities sake let's say a crawfish ate some grain. Would you get glutened from eating boiled crawfish?

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Well, technically, if that crawfish ate wheat, and you eat it's digestive tract before it was digested, I expect you would get glutened. But if it is raised in a rice field, why would it eat wheat?


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