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Gluten Free Beef Bouillon

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My best fried has celiacs and I'm hoping to make her dinner, and the recipie i believe is entirely gluten free, except for maybe the beef bouillon... any suggestions on where to get good gluten free beef bouillon that doesn't have to be shipped?

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I have used Rachael Ray's chicken and beef broth (sold in a box). Both are labled gluten free and I found them at Walmart. I have also used McKay's beef style instant broth and seasoning. It too is labled gluten free. I usually have to add extra since the flavor to me seems weak.

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If you are looking for the concentrated stuff . . .

Herb-ox bouillon cubes are safe. Mine even says gluten free on the outside. Can't remember where I got it but it was a regular grocery store or a Super Wal-Mart.

Also, Better Than Bouillon is good, too. This comes as a paste and you have to refrigerate the unused portion. Also found at a regular grocery store. More expensive than Herb-Ox but a richer flavor (IMO).

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Walmart beef bouillion in the box is gulten free. Say so in big letters on the box I use it all the time.

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I just want to say what a wonderful friend you are, taking the gluten free-issue seriously, and taking time to research things.

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Walmart beef bouillion in the box is gulten free. Say so in big letters on the box I use it all the time.

WARNING: Wal-mart's Beef Boullion in no longer gluten free. The boxes no longer say "Gluten Free" and wheat is listed as an ingredient. We used to buy it regularly and just happened to realize that it changed a couple weeks ago. Also, this was the old style box, not the new white box. Our Wal-mart still sells the broth in the old blue box, but with the new ingredient list.

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Thank you for posting this Celiacmom, I was not in the habit of reading the box and so therefore paid the price dearly. I had an open box of beef broth that have used about 4 times in the past week and I have been feeling really bad and look pregnant and really cound not figure out way. When I read your post I looked at my box and low and behold it says wheat. Boy do I feel stupid and I will be reading all labels from now on even if I just bought the same things 2 days ago. Feeling so sick is not fun I haven't felt this bad in a long time. I have been poisioning myself for a week now.

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