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Kirkland Hickory Smoked Spiral Ham?

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I just bought a Kirkland hickory Smoked Spiral Ham. It looked OK by the ingredients, not sure about the glaze. It looks like it is just brown sugar. Anyway...does anyone know for sure if it is Gluten Free? Anyone ate it before? Thanks Jodie

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If you can post the ingredients, perhaps someone can verify the gluten status for you.

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Sorry..Here is the ingredients...cured with water, sugar,salt,potassium lactate,brown sugar, sodium phosphates,sodium diacetate,sodium erythorbate,sodium nitrate. That is all that it says. Thanks Jodie

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Sorry..Here is the ingredients...cured with water, sugar,salt,potassium lactate,brown sugar, sodium phosphates,sodium diacetate,sodium erythorbate,sodium nitrate. That is all that it says. Thanks Jodie

It does not indicate any gluten. By law, if is contained wheat it would have to be listed.

If you don't feel comfortable with the pre-prepared glaze, a homemade glaze can be used:

Brown Sugar

Can of crushed pineapple with juice

Cinnamon

Cloves....heat to blend ingredients and glaze ham while baking.

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I just bought a Kirkland hickory Smoked Spiral Ham. It looked OK by the ingredients, not sure about the glaze. It looks like it is just brown sugar. Anyway...does anyone know for sure if it is Gluten Free? Anyone ate it before? Thanks Jodie

That ham just got added to my "What I need to bring for Christmas" list. I was hoping it was gluten free too. Is it the ham in the red and gold foil?

I would hope that they are the same at all Costco's.

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I always buy their hamsteaks and do ok...I don't see any gluten in the label but I have not verified it with the company.

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It does not indicate any gluten. By law, if is contained wheat it would have to be listed.

If you don't feel comfortable with the pre-prepared glaze, a homemade glaze can be used:

Brown Sugar

Can of crushed pineapple with juice

Cinnamon

Cloves....heat to blend ingredients and glaze ham while baking.

you you give us exact recipe details for the glaze???

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For the record, I ate the Kirkland ham for Christmas and I am NOT sick -- so I guess it is safe to say it is safe!

I did attack the ham first, and I filled up a large Ziplock before anyone else got their gluteny hands on it or passed their bread or pie over it :P

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i was so excited today when we walked into Sam's Club. As soon as we walked thru the door, there was a cooler full of Ridge Creek spiral cut honey hams. It said right on the big sign "GLUTEN FREE" and when I checked the glaze packet, it also said GLUTEN FREE right on it! OF course, I had to buy one!

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