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Can anyone tell me what mainstream brands of sausage are safe? And which are your favorites? I'm looking for both breakfast sausage and for the big linky kind that goes in red beans and rice :)

THANKS!

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I believe Shelton's turkey sausage is gluten-free - that's at my local health food store.

And I think I also read on here recently that Johnsonville brats are gluten-free (except for the beer brats). Double check that one.

That's all I know sausage wise!

Courtney

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Virtually every sausage I've ever checked has been gluten-free, except beer brats. Hillshire Farm, Jimmy Dean, Kroger, Johnsonville. I use the Johnsonville andouille for red beans and rice because it's easy to find here. johnsonville.com also has a long list of gluten-free products under the FAQs.

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I buy Grimm's and Freybe. They are all gluten-free and lactose free (anything they make).

Can you get them where you are located?? Any local grocery store should sell them that I know of..at least here in Saskatchewan anyways

~ lisa ~

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We like Sausages by Amy (not the same Amy as the other brand we all know).

http://www.sausagesbyamy.com/facts.asp

Looks of fun flavors including breakfast, Italian and others like sun dried tomato and chipotle, etc...

enjoy,

Pam

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i cant remember the brand name but i know my Kroger has them in w/ all the other sausages and they have a brown, paper type covering...they are flavored chicken sausage....the apple maple is my fave, but they have chipotle, sun dried tomato and basil, buffalo style, sweet italian, bluberry...they have thicker ones like for a bun and thin ones for breakfast ...soooo good and they say gluten free on the back of them and they also do not have a pork casing incase thats an issue for anyone.

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Linz- I think you might be talking about Al Fresco all natural chicken sausages. My son loves the apple and maple syrup kind. Yum!

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i cant remember the brand name but i know my Kroger has them in w/ all the other sausages and they have a brown, paper type covering...they are flavored chicken sausage....the apple maple is my fave, but they have chipotle, sun dried tomato and basil, buffalo style, sweet italian, bluberry...they have thicker ones like for a bun and thin ones for breakfast ...soooo good and they say gluten free on the back of them and they also do not have a pork casing incase thats an issue for anyone.

Those sound GREAT! I'll have to look for them :)

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Linz- I think you might be talking about Al Fresco all natural chicken sausages. My son loves the apple and maple syrup kind. Yum!

yep thats the kind...i always have the apple syrup ones in my freezer!! I LOVE THEM!!!

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We do not eat pork. I never bothered to find a sausage that was pork free. Do they make them? I've seen Lamb casing, but that was for specialty sausages, not the breakfast ones.

It's been a few years now and every time I go to look, I quit. It seems too difficult. Or I feel too tired.

If anyone knows of a breakfast type of sausage that is not in a pork casing, I would appreciate the advice.

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i still eat brown and serve orgininal

thank god!!!

haha they are the best!!

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hawkfire, the ones i was talking about above do not have a pork casing

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