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on their website they say that they are allergen free but that the glaze has wheat starch. In Houston, TX a location has said that they have had so many requests for their glaze to be celiac friendly that they no longer have wheat starch in their glaze.

I'm just wanting some feedback on this subject. The man on the phone really sounds like he knows his stuff.

thanks for the help!

emily

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To my knowledge, some honey baked hams are gluten free IF they are cooked without the glaze. (some have glaze packets that you apply when re-heating the ham).

It's the glaze that most likely is wheat based.

If a ham already has the glaze on it, you CAN NOT eat around the glaze as it will be contaminated with the glutenous glaze. Some hams MAY have a gluten free glaze. ALWAYS read the labels.

It's good to know that companies are listening.


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on their website they say that they are allergen free but that the glaze has wheat starch. In Houston, TX a location has said that they have had so many requests for their glaze to be celiac friendly that they no longer have wheat starch in their glaze.

I'm just wanting some feedback on this subject. The man on the phone really sounds like he knows his stuff.

thanks for the help!

emily

I would skip the preglazed. Glazes are really easy to make yourself. I just throw together brown sugar and gluten-free mustard and heat until the sugar dissolves. Sometimes I will add pineapple juice. Then I just baste the fresh ham with that. There are lots of easy glaze recipes around.


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There is a pretty lengthy discussion going on right now over on Delphi about this subject. It appears that Honey Baked Hams has reformulated their glaze, and it is now gluten-free. Here is a link to that topic.


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