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I tried this gluten-free worcestershire sauce today. It's gluten-free and vegan too. I think its a good sub.

http://cookingwithrockstars.com/recipes/ve...stershire-sauce

My oldest dd was asking for chex party mix but my youngest is vegan so I tried something new. BTW, Kix works great to sub pretzels or rice crackers.

Here is another but I haven't tried it:

http://www.veganwolf.com/recipes/sauces/worcestershire.htm

It might taste more original b/c it has molasses and cloves.

Happy crunching! :P

edit: I use BRAGG'S LIQUID AMINOS for the soy sauce and it's gluten-free.

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soy sauce is -not- necessarily gluten free -- please be careful with that Worcestershire recipe!

oops....sorry, I am so used to using Bragg's liquid aminos(gluten-free) that I don't even think of buying a gluten-free soy sauce. :ph34r:

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Lea & Perrins Worcestershire is gluten free in the USA BUT NOT IN CANADA

Oh Wonka, say it isn't so!!!!!! :o:(

I wanted to add a bit of kick to one of the meals I have usually used Braggs in. I went to the Lea & Perrins web site and they very clearly stated it was gluten-free. Do you mean to tell me they formulate it different her in Canada & don't direct us to the proper info?

Boy am I going to have a major conversation with their answer desk tomorrow.

Now I have 60 shepherds pie meals that I have to retract the gluten-free status on. :angry:

sure glad I saw this before I accidently put them in the hands of someone who has a gluten problem

doodle

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Sorry doodle, it is so http://www.leaperrins.ca/products.asp click on ingedients at the bottom and you'll see the first ingredient is malt vinegar (from barley).

I have found a gluten free Worcestershire sauce recently, actually two. Heinz has a gluten free version (they funnily also do Lea and Perrins), I contacted them to confirm this, and the other one I found is The Wizard's organic wheat-free vegan Worcestershire sauce www.edwardandsons.com

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Lea & Perrins is only gluten-free in the US. I believe they use malt vinegar outside the US.

Link to Canadian site: http://www.leaperrins.ca

what a shame! it's so easy to avoid an ingredient in the recipe that so many people could react to, and yet they keep it. that is the real kicker about so many products!

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Sorry doodle, it is so http://www.leaperrins.ca/products.asp click on ingedients at the bottom and you'll see the first ingredient is malt vinegar (from barley).

I have found a gluten free Worcestershire sauce recently, actually two. Heinz has a gluten free version (they funnily also do Lea and Perrins), I contacted them to confirm this, and the other one I found is The Wizard's organic wheat-free vegan Worcestershire sauce www.edwardandsons.com

Oh, for crying out loud, do I feel DDUUHHMM. I looked right at malt vinegar (barley) but b/c I'm still so green at this I totally missed it.

Thanks W.

I will check out Heinz around here. Not sure if I have ever seen the other one but will look into it as well.

doodle

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If the store you regularly shop at has only the Lea and Perrins, ask them to order in the Heinz for you. Because Heinz distributes both, that should be doable for the store.

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My oldest dd was asking for chex party mix but my youngest is vegan so I tried something new. BTW, Kix works great to sub pretzels or rice crackers.

I have never seen regular Kix that did not contain oat flour, which would make it not gluten-free. Does it have a different formulation where you live? We have tried the Honey Kix that do not contain gluten ingredients. Is that what you are using?

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I have never seen regular Kix that did not contain oat flour, which would make it not gluten-free. Does it have a different formulation where you live? We have tried the Honey Kix that do not contain gluten ingredients. Is that what you are using?

There is a new formulation of gluten-free Kix but it does not say gluten-free on the box. The picture on the box is different, it's of an ear of corn. Our store had the new kind once but now only the old oat kind. The new kind does not have oat flour. I will try to post the link if I can find it.

I found it!

http://www.celiac.com/gluten-free/index.php?showtopic=54527

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Sorry doodle, it is so http://www.leaperrins.ca/products.asp click on ingedients at the bottom and you'll see the first ingredient is malt vinegar (from barley).

I have found a gluten free Worcestershire sauce recently, actually two. Heinz has a gluten free version (they funnily also do Lea and Perrins), I contacted them to confirm this, and the other one I found is The Wizard's organic wheat-free vegan Worcestershire sauce www.edwardandsons.com

I found an old bottle of NON-gluten-free Heinz in my fridge today and it HAS wheat in it, so be sure to get the right formulation...I can toss it...yay! One less thing in my fridge. I use L&P, since last summer.

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Today I talked to 1-800-841-1256, the company that handles French's products. The Worcestershire Sauce is gluten free, and I am being emailed a list of all gluten-free French's products. The rep asked for the bar code on my particular bottle of sauce and confirmed that that particular batch is gluten free. FYI, it is not a new bottle. It has been in my frig for months. I think it would be safe to say that any you have purchased recently would be gluten free.

patiens

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Lea & Perrins in Canada is NOT gluten free. In the US it IS gluten free....as janetw mentioned, but it deserves another shout out.

I forget sometimes also, that we have an international Forum. Campbell's Canada and Campbell"s US is another example of differing gluten free products.

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Lea & Perrins in Canada is NOT gluten free. In the US it IS gluten free....as janetw mentioned, but it deserves another shout out.

I forget sometimes also, that we have an international Forum. Campbell's Canada and Campbell"s US is another example of differing gluten free products.

Also in the U.S. Lea & Perrins is soy free as well. Just got validation from the company the other day. :)

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oops....sorry, I am so used to using Bragg's liquid aminos(gluten-free) that I don't even think of buying a gluten-free soy sauce. :ph34r:

I've looked at Bragg's so many times in the store. I've picked it up and put it back because I wasn't sure how it tasted. Then my local health food store had sushi tasting with Bragg's. Now I don't know what to do with the two bottles of soy sauce I have because Bragg's is much better. Love the stuff.

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I called Heinz the other day about their worst. sauce (which is gluten-free), and they emailed me a list of all their gluten-free products that same day (which included Ore-Ida and Smart Ones items.) Much easier than making it!

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