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Ok, so my hubs is ADDICTED to those soy based marinades for our steaks. So I got online a minute ago to check a few of them out...see if there are ANY that are gluten free. I came upon "Moore's Marinade" and "Allegro Marinade" BOTH of whom CLAIM to be gluten free. So when I read their list of ingredients, BAM...first ingredient on BOTH of them "Soy sauce."

If they CLAIM to be gluten free...are they REALLY??? Are they held to ANY real standard where that's concerned?

(I'd REALLY like to use the Allegro...they sell it at Sams Club and I only have to buy it like once a YEAR! Please be gluten free, please be gluten free.....!)

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Make your own and use San J - Wheat free Tamari, or La Choy soy sauce. Both are gluten free.

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Yea, I suppose I could do that....I've got some La Choy.....but ugh, steak nite is the HUBBY'S nite! I don't WANNNNNA have to cook on steak nite!

Bah, don't listen to me, I'm just cryin and moaning! :rolleyes:

I suppose that once you make a big batch, it'll keep just like the other stuff.....soy sauce must have a shelf life of about 243250938459 years! I'd bet that if I made a big batch, it would keep in the fridge. :)

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I use Bragg's Liquid Aminos. Tastes just like soy sauce and its gluten-free.

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Ok, so my hubs is ADDICTED to those soy based marinades for our steaks. So I got online a minute ago to check a few of them out...see if there are ANY that are gluten free. I came upon "Moore's Marinade" and "Allegro Marinade" BOTH of whom CLAIM to be gluten free. So when I read their list of ingredients, BAM...first ingredient on BOTH of them "Soy sauce."

If they CLAIM to be gluten free...are they REALLY??? Are they held to ANY real standard where that's concerned?

(I'd REALLY like to use the Allegro...they sell it at Sams Club and I only have to buy it like once a YEAR! Please be gluten free, please be gluten free.....!)

I know post was started awhile ago but I found some info on the allegro marinade. It is my husbands favorite marinade for london broil. I went to their website and if you click on the individual products it lists the ingredients and at the end of all the marinades it says gluten free. The original bbq and spicey bbq sauce does not list gluten free though. I can't wait to have a london broil next weekend!! :D

http://www.allegromarinade.com/products.html

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