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Are you referring to the type of hot dog known as red hot dogs, or a specific brand? These things vary from manufacturer to manufacturer and its important to contact each one separately. I know that some Oscar Mayer Hot Dogs are gluten-free as are Applegate Farms. I'm sure other people can chime in on gluten-free hot dog brands.


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While I cannot guarantee that every hot dog in the world is gluten-free, the only one I've found that has gluten in 7 years is Nathan's. And it very clearly lists wheat. This includes some really cheap and really red ones.

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I don't really know what a red hot dog is but reading the title kind of grossed me out. Haha. We usually get Hebrew National and lovee them. Just adding an opinion. =)


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I don't really know what a red hot dog is but reading the title kind of grossed me out. Haha. We usually get Hebrew National and lovee them. Just adding an opinion. =)

I CAN'T BELIEVE YOU'VE NEVER HAD A RED HOT DOG!! IS THAT JUST A MAINE THING OR WHAT? WE (USED TO) EAT THEM ALL THE TIME!

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i'm not sure about this specific brand. however, i do recommend eating it with some type of bread or roll. I don't know if you've ever eaten a hot dog by itself (since the age of five), but hot dogs with no bun make my stomach CHURN.


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Well in RI they're called hot weiners...they're smaller than regular hot dogs....but put all meat, onions and celery salt as wella s mustard!!! man oh man....

Ok...stop talking about those now :angry:


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Well in RI they're called hot weiners...they're smaller than regular hot dogs....but put all meat, onions and celery salt as wella s mustard!!! man oh man....

Ok...stop talking about those now :angry:

SO IN RI CAN YOU EAT "HOT WEINERS" ? YOU PUT CELERY SALT ON THEM??? <_<

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No I haven't even attempted to eat them yet..... :( Just reminicing of the old days. The meat sauce probably isn't close to being gluten-free at all! Plus the mustard they use to put on the dogs is so contaminated it's not even funny.

These red hot dogs, can you only get them from a vendor/shop? I would say if you can get them in the store, read the lable, contact the company and ask them. If they come from a street vendor/shop stay away from them. The cross contamination is what kills me! I use to not be sensitive...but now if I eat something that I shouldn't (like buffalo wings, that are jsut fried in the same fryer as other breaded stuff) i look like i'm 6 months pregnant.

Hope you can eat them!


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I CAN'T BELIEVE YOU'VE NEVER HAD A RED HOT DOG!! IS THAT JUST A MAINE THING OR WHAT? WE (USED TO) EAT THEM ALL THE TIME!

LOLOLOL IM FROM MAINE!!! WE LOVE RED HOT DOGS!! MY SON EATS THEM......HE HASNT HAD A REACTION FROM THEM.HE EATS THE ALOT TOO..........TAMMY


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