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Can We Have Prime Rib?

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Just wanting to know whether we can eat prime rib. Is there something in the juices that make it off-limits? Seems like I had it on my road trip in Omaha, Nebraska, and did not react...but managers at restaurants are telling me no.

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Ask them what ingredient it is that they think you can't have. They might use a bullion that is not gluten-free. They might just be concerned that it might have gluten but not know exactly what's in it.

I Googled prime rib ingredients and there are many ways to make it. Some recipes had vinegar, which the manager may think has gluten.

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Yep, it is most likely the seasonings they use on the outside! I went on a cruise in December...they had a really nice pork tenderloin that they were carving, so I thought I'd get some...the head chef knew about my situation and had been looking out for me the whole cruise...he came over and said I shouldn't eat it because of the seasonings on the outside. You couldn't tell by looking at it either. :(

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The actual prime rib itself is gluten-free. But the seasonings rubbed onto the outside during cooking may not be. The "au jus" is dangerous. It may have gluten from a number of sources.

I just don't take the chance, even though I used to love prime rib. I now stick to steak, and if the restaurant isn't one that is celiac-savvy, I ask for it completely plain, no seasoning at all added, and please make sure the grill is clean.

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Yup...if you make it yoursefl you can do so in a non gluten way. But is restuarant managers say you can't I would stick with that. As a previous poster said it can be made in alot of diffrent ways!

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