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Can anyone clear up some confusion about sour cream? I checked at the grocery store today, and they all looked like they should be gluten-free. But a little red flag popped up in the back of my head that there's something about sour cream ... anyone?

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Can anyone clear up some confusion about sour cream? I checked at the grocery store today, and they all looked like they should be gluten-free. But a little red flag popped up in the back of my head that there's something about sour cream ... anyone?

Just read the label. I have seen 1 sour cream that wasnt gluten-free. I wish I could remember the name of the brand. But it did list wheat. So just becareful. I always buy Daisy. :D

Good luck!


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When you go to restaurants, yogurt and sour cream frequently have gluten in them. It allows the sour cream, yogurt, sorbet, and ice cream to sit on the counters for longer periods of time before they turn to mush. A good reason to avoid them even if a person isn't gluten intolerant. :)

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When you go to restaurants, yogurt and sour cream frequently have gluten in them. It allows the sour cream, yogurt, sorbet, and ice cream to sit on the counters for longer periods of time before they turn to mush. A good reason to avoid them even if a person isn't gluten intolerant. :)

Why do you say that? Did you work in a restaurant that does that? Around here, most restaurants use the same ice cream we buy at the grocery without added wheat.


 

 

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I've checked yogurt, sour cream and ice creams at several restaurants and never found gluten. I seriously doubt they "frequently" have gluten. And why would any of these sit on a counter for long?

As for sour cream specifically, I've never found one with gluten. I think I have seen some cheapo ones with MFS, but it wasn't gluten.

richard

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