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Hi Everyone, I am brand new to this forum. Have just recently been diagnosed with gluten intolerance and am trying to not break down into tears. I realize that I can still eat many products but am just feeling sorry for myself.

Question: I have been craving a piece of kielbasa and am afraid to try. Can any of you tell me the product names of kielbasa that contains no gluten. On Amandas mommy blog I believe she lists Hillshire Kielbasa as a gluten choice but I need to confirm this.

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Hi Everyone, I am brand new to this forum. Have just recently been diagnosed with gluten intolerance and am trying to not break down into tears. I realize that I can still eat many products but am just feeling sorry for myself.

Question: I have been craving a piece of kielbasa and am afraid to try. Can any of you tell me the product names of kielbasa that contains no gluten. On Amandas mommy blog I believe she lists Hillshire Kielbasa as a gluten choice but I need to confirm this.

Yes, it is gluten free.

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Welcome, it really does get easier. You may find this list handy...

Hormel Listing of Gluten Free Products

http://www.hormel.com/faq/faq.asp?id=37072...uerytext=gluten

Always read labels to determine if a product meets your needs. Our products are labeled in compliance with government regulations and we are providing this list as a general guideline for products which do not contain gluten in the form of wheat, rye, oats and barley. Parents and individuals with food allergies and/or food intolerance are responsible for reading the label of all products they intend to use regardless of how the product is represented on this site. If you have any questions, please call our Customer Service Representatives at 1-800-523-4635. Always read labels to determine if a product meets your needs. Our products are labeled in compliance with government regulations and we are providing this list as a general guideline for products which do not contain gluten in the form of wheat, rye, oats and barley. Parents and individuals with food allergies and/or food intolerance are responsible for reading the label of all products they intend to use regardless of how the product is represented on this site. If you have any questions, please call our Customer Service Representatives at 1-800-523-4635.

And if there are favorite foods you can't have, speak up. There's probably a gluten-free substitute.

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