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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Ok... I'm a fan of good tasting steaks, but also a fine of cheap steaks with some sauce on. Burgers too, so when I am in the cheap mode I used to always put A-1 on stuff. I swear for the life of me I found out A-1 was full of flour...

Well yesterday I looked and it looked to me like A-1 might be gluten-free.... I'm not sure where I got the original idea, it was awhile back.

Is A-1 gluten-free? Just the good tasting kind, the regular, not the bold or other ones that taste bad. :>

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We use A1. I haven't looked at the ingredients in years, but have been going on the fact that we found it to be gluten free yrs ago. Just looked...Seems fine.

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Man, does anyone know if Tiger Sauce is gluten-free?

That is my favorite steak sauce ever. And chicken sauce, and hamburger sauce, and french fry sauce, and..... you get the idea.

Elonwy

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Yeah, Kraft. Thats what I was thinking too. I had read the ingredients, then saw it was Kraft, and though COOL I can eat this again! I actaully like it best on french fries when I go out to eat.... but DOH those are usually always cross contaiminated of course. Oh well. I'll still grab some for home.

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