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Does anyone know of a Mustard that is Gluten Free AND Nightshade Free?

I recently went Nightshade Free and haven't used mustard in a while so went to use it and thought I'd check out the ingredients for nightshades..... there it was Paprika in the ingredients.

From my understanding Paprika is a nightshade (if Im not right on this please let me know thanks...)

I make wraps with Corn Tortillas and I used honey mustard or mustard to help hold the lettuce and other things in it. Tried a little ranch the other day and it was okay but trying to figure out different condiments now that I can use.

My husband who is not gluten free decided to go Nightshade Free with me which was nice of him.

I know about the Nomato line and thought about trying to make my own but wasn't sure about things you can get in the grocery store... Thanks

Any help or input greatly appreciated.

Thanks!

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Does anyone know of a Mustard that is Gluten Free AND Nightshade Free?

I recently went Nightshade Free and haven't used mustard in a while so went to use it and thought I'd check out the ingredients for nightshades..... there it was Paprika in the ingredients.

From my understanding Paprika is a nightshade (if Im not right on this please let me know thanks...)

I make wraps with Corn Tortillas and I used honey mustard or mustard to help hold the lettuce and other things in it. Tried a little ranch the other day and it was okay but trying to figure out different condiments now that I can use.

My husband who is not gluten free decided to go Nightshade Free with me which was nice of him.

I know about the Nomato line and thought about trying to make my own but wasn't sure about things you can get in the grocery store... Thanks

Any help or input greatly appreciated.

Thanks!

You might try a Dijon mustard. My regular mustard lists paprika but my Dijon doesn't. Both are from Aldi and both list "spices" as well, so if other manufacturers/retailers do the same, you'll probably still have to call the manufacturer of whatever Dijon you choose to be sure it doesn't have any nightshades (or gluten). (PS: Yes, paprika is made from nightshades.)

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Thank you very much!

I will look into that and also call if I see Spices... Thanks for pointing that out :)

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Trader Joe's Dijon Mustard: "Water, mustard seed, wine (may contain sulfites). salt, citric acid"

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Annie's Naturals Organic Honey Mustard is nightshade and gluten-free. My dh loves it on sandwiches and we use it in recipes too.

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Thank you for the posts. I will keep my eye out for those.

I don't have a Trader Joe's anywhere near me but will remember next time we go visit family to take a look.

I think I've seen the Annies brand around where I live... thanks

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