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solittletime

Mccormick Canada (clubhouse) Spice Combinations

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Thank you for contacting us regarding our Club House One Step Tex Mex Seasoning, 136 g, Club House One Step Roasted Garlic and Peppers Seasoning, 144g, and our Club House One Step Italiano Seasoning, 123 g. These products do not contain any gluten based ingredients in their formula. All common allergens (we include gluten as a common allergen) would always be identified in the ingredient declaration on any McCormick or Club House product.

At McCormick Canada, ingredients are declared on the ingredient statement of each product label. On products such as pure spices and herbs, which do not contain allergenic ingredients, you will not find an ingredient statement. The only ingredient present is the original spice or herb to which nothing else has been added. Unfortunately, a list of gluten free products is not available. In regards to gluten, we do have wheat ingredients in our facility. Please be assured we follow good manufacturing practices in our facilities and make all efforts to reduce the opportunity of cross-contamination. The complete range of McCormick Gourmet spices and herbs (in the glass bottle with green label) are gluten free. This range of products is also filled on a line where no other gluten containing products are processed.

In regards to the Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein: To make "meaty" flavours, protein sources such as wheat, soy and corn are treated with acid under heat and pressure to break down the protein to its component amino acids.

The meat-y flavour is determined by the protein source and the total reaction time as to whether chicken-y or beef-y notes are made.

The break-down process is called "hydrolysis" and for ingredient declaration purposes the protein source is identified such as "hydrolyzed wheat protein". When acid is used in the reaction, the complete wheat protein is broken down to its component amino acids such that there is no complete gluten remaining that would affect a Celiac patient.

If you have questions regarding any of our products, please do not hesitate to contact me via email or call our toll free number, 1-800-265-2600.

Sincerely,

Anna Pytka

Consumer Affairs Specialist

McCormick Canada

www.clubhouse-canada.com

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***All common allergens (we include gluten as a common allergen) would always be identified in the ingredient declaration on any McCormick or Club House product.

At McCormick Canada, ingredients are declared on the ingredient statement of each product label. On products such as pure spices and herbs, which do not contain allergenic ingredients, you will not find an ingredient statement.***

Hi 'solittletime'

Thank you for posting, I just adore 'Clubhouse Spicy Pepper - Medley'.

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I live In Ireland but regularlly visit Canada for Christmas and New Year, and the one thing I must bring back to Ireland each Visit is about 12 jars of Clubhouse Spicy Pepper - Medley.

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To me it's such a versatile spice that I wouldn't be without it.

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I use it mainly on pork chops, scoring the surface and sprinkling and rubbing in to the score marks

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Put it in a pan on high heat to sear and then turn to the lowest and cover with a heavy lid,

turn at intervals until completely cooked through (longer than normal 20 mins).

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The pork just melts in your mouth and it's not dry and those wonderful spices....WOW.

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I've been known to put it on steak, fish, lamb and sprinkled it over mashed (creamed) potato.the possibilities are endless !!!.

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Best Regards,

David

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