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I bought some Orrington Farms chicken bouillon. It said gluten free but has MSG listed as an ingredient. I am confused, some lists have MSG as ok and others don't. I used it to make pea soup and had heartburn and a few other bad stomach vibes...

Does anyone know if MSG is truly gluten free? I know its not good for you, but its in everything like taco seasoning and chicken bouillon.


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I bought some Orrington Farms chicken bouillon. It said gluten free but has MSG listed as an ingredient. I am confused, some lists have MSG as ok and others don't. I used it to make pea soup and had heartburn and a few other bad stomach vibes...

Does anyone know if MSG is truly gluten free? I know its not good for you, but its in everything like taco seasoning and chicken bouillon.

MSG is not gluten related. Not so good for you, as you said, but not gluten related. I use HerbOX bouillon all the time.


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I may be wrong about this, but I've read that all boullion is on the "bad" list. I checked my beef bullion cubes in the cupboard and sure enough they are loaded with gluten ingredients. Perhaps gluten free boullion is available or perhaps just canned "stock" is gluten free? But I definitely know mine contained various hydrolyzed ingredience and modified vegetable proteins and starches. Perhaps a bad brand? If you think about it, though, there's something holding it together and somethiing else making it oily enough to smash apart.


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I may be wrong about this, but I've read that all boullion is on the "bad" list. I checked my beef bullion cubes in the cupboard and sure enough they are loaded with gluten ingredients. Perhaps gluten free boullion is available or perhaps just canned "stock" is gluten free? But I definitely know mine contained various hydrolyzed ingredience and modified vegetable proteins and starches. Perhaps a bad brand? If you think about it, though, there's something holding it together and somethiing else making it oily enough to smash apart.

Hydrolyzed ingredients, modified vegetable proteins and starches do not indicate gluten. What ingredients are in question?


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