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Does anyone know if Kingsford charcoal is gluten free? I am going to a B.B.Q. tonight at my brother-in-laws house and don't want to get sick.

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That's what we use. I use the natural one...

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Thanks for posting this! I actually wondered this the other day.. we were looking at grills and couldnt decide if we wanted to go ahead and get the propane kind because i didnt know if any charcoal is safe to use.

thanks for the tip!

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Charcoal is gluten free. It is made from a variety of wood. Sometimes they add stuff like lighter fluid so it starts easier, but it is pre burned wood.

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Charcoal is gluten free. It is made from a variety of wood. Sometimes they add stuff like lighter fluid so it starts easier, but it is pre burned wood.

If by charcoal, you mean plain charcoal, it is gluten-free.

But charcoal briquettes (the ones in the uniform rounded shapes) are formed with a binder to hold the ground charcoal together. That binder can contain wheat. We have a gas grill. so I haven't paid any interest in which brands are safe.

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