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I ate some onion dip, which was made with Lipton Onion Soup Mix, and had a terrible reaction to it. I've always heard that it is gluten free. In reading the box after I had stomach pain, it says that it is made in a plant that also processes wheat products. Has anyone else noticed this, or had a similiar problem? Thanks

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Yes, I am really sensitive, and now that I think back, there were many times when I gor a reaction, and could not tie it to any specific thing. Makes me wonder. I have seen a million gluten free recipes that called for Lipton Onion Soup Mix, and now I am a bit leery. Thanks for listening!

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Please forgive me for bringing up a controversial subject - just trying to help, but - you could be reacting to monosodium glutamate (MSG). Some people just can't tolerate it at all (like me, for instance).

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Please forgive me for bringing up a controversial subject - just trying to help, but - you could be reacting to monosodium glutamate (MSG). Some people just can't tolerate it at all (like me, for instance).

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Does anyone have the ingredients for the soup mix? I am going somewhere tomorrow and they are using it on a brisket, so I wanted to know if I can have it or not! Thanks! :D

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Does anyone have the ingredients for the soup mix? I am going somewhere tomorrow and they are using it on a brisket, so I wanted to know if I can have it or not! Thanks! :D

ME :) Lipton Onion Recipe Soup & Dip Mix

Onion

Salt

Cornstarch

Onion Powder

Sugar

Corn Syrup Solids

Caramel Color

Hydrolyzed Soy Protein Oil

Yeast extract

MSG

Natural Flavors

Disodium Inosinate

Disodium Guanylate

...........The MSG and Soy may be non-gluten issues for some.

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Also, I know "caramel color" used to be made with wheat protein or malt. I read something that said it isn't made from that anymore in this country, but it's worth asking the company. Their caramel color supplier could have gotten it from a source that does make it from wheat.

Okay, I looked it up in my handy-dandy "Gluten Free Grocery Shopping Guide-2007 Edition" by Matison & Matison (little red book sold on this site), and it lists under Lipton soups: "Recipe Secrets Onion Soup Mix" is gluten free.

So I agree with the previous poster, it's probably the MSG.

Hope that helps. :)

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Everyone.... thank you for all this good info. I have never been in this forum before, but I can see that it will be a big help from now on !!

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