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Can I Eat This Chili Powder?! I'm Making Dinner And Unsure...

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I'm making this for dinner and the Chili Powder is Simply Organic. I'm not sure if it's gluten-free. Can anyone help me??

All read organic in front of the names- Cumin, Oregano, Coriander, garlic, silicon dioxide (anti-caking agent) allspice and cloves.

The anti-caking agent scares me. Can I eat this?

Thank you for your help!

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I googled the name of the "anti-caking agent" and it appears to be gluten free. I really don't know for certain though. I also googled the name of the chili powder with "gluten" next to it...it seems to be fine.


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I just came across a bag of potato chips from Whole Foods that lists silicon dioxide as an ingredient and "gluten-free" on the label. I don't know if that helps.


"Let food be thy medicine, and let thy medicine be food." - Hippocrates

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silicon dioxide should be gluten free (barring CC, of course :) )


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