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Okay, salsa is not for me...I ate it and had a problem with it. It stated it was gluten free, brand: Spikes, all natural. I really think I'm having a problem with vinegar, which was in the ingredients. It doesnt even matter if it's distilled or not. I seem to be having a problem.

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Okay, salsa is not for me...I ate it and had a problem with it. It stated it was gluten free, brand: Spikes, all natural. I really think I'm having a problem with vinegar, which was in the ingredients. It doesnt even matter if it's distilled or not. I seem to be having a problem.

You may have an issue with grain based vinegar. A few here do. Or maybe you have not healed enough to handle the acid and spice.

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Or nightshades...tomato, and peppers are in the nightshade family. It could be temporary.

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I seem to have a problem with wishbone salad dressing (vinegar)....pickles and ketchup....has to be the vinegar. Hope this goes away, cause that would be a pain!

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I seem to have a problem with wishbone salad dressing (vinegar)....pickles and ketchup....has to be the vinegar. Hope this goes away, cause that would be a pain!

How long have you been gluten free?

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I started six months ago, however with lots of mistakes! Last month I glutened myself about five times...three of them at Applebee's (never again!)

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If you are in the healing process, you may react to foods which do not contain gluten. You are reacting because of the pre-existing damage in your intestine, not to the particular food. Vinegar is highly acidic and may provoke a reaction. When the single word "vinegar" appears in an ingredient list in North America it is almost always distilled apple cider vinegar. Without question, it is distilled.

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Thanks everyone. I took a swig the other day of Heinz "apple cider vinager", yes I know "nuts" and also yuk...but I didnt have a problem....I'm call ing the company, cause I think I'm having a problem with regular vinager!

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Okay called, some guy got on the phone and said "corn vinager"...what? Okay, I've never heard of that, has anyone???

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