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Ruth Talbott

Popcorn Kernels

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Does anyone know of a gluten-free popcorn kernel? I tried Orville Redenbacher and I think it has made me sick. I haven't had much luck contacting ConAgra either. Furthermore, even though it may not contain gluten, it could have been cross contaminated. Any helpful info on this would be great. Thanks!

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I get really, really sick from popcorn because I am intolerant to corn. To my great surprise, my neuropathy only started going away after I cut out corn. I'd suggest considering this as a possibility for yourself.

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Does anyone know of a gluten-free popcorn kernel? I tried Orville Redenbacher and I think it has made me sick. I haven't had much luck contacting ConAgra either. Furthermore, even though it may not contain gluten, it could have been cross contaminated. Any helpful info on this would be great. Thanks!

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Hi Ruth,

Con Agra will list any gluten on the label. I eat Orville Redenbacher popcorn quite frequently (the plain kernels, popped on the stove) and have not had a problem with them, and I'm very sensitive to cross contamination.

Could you have a developing problem with corn or maybe the fiber is too much for you at this point?


Patti

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Does anyone know of a gluten-free popcorn kernel? I tried Orville Redenbacher and I think it has made me sick. I haven't had much luck contacting ConAgra either. Furthermore, even though it may not contain gluten, it could have been cross contaminated. Any helpful info on this would be great. Thanks!

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Ruth

Popcorn can be a little tough on a sensitive digestive tract.

In microwave popcorn, the oils, flavorings, and preservatives alone make me sick - doesn't matter if they're gluten free. I started making old school popcorn on the stove a couple of years ago, and it tastes SO much better...and it's healthier!

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Does anyone know of a gluten-free popcorn kernel? I tried Orville Redenbacher and I think it has made me sick. I haven't had much luck contacting ConAgra either. Furthermore, even though it may not contain gluten, it could have been cross contaminated. Any helpful info on this would be great. Thanks!

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i too eat orville with no problem. i have also contacted conagra and they should be trusted. perhaps maybe your using a pan that might have been used to cook something with gluten in it or maybe a bowl or butter that was cross contaminated?????


gluten-free for 7 years pos. biopsy

98 pounds lost!!!!

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