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Datu Puti Soy Sauce? Kraft Honey Dijon Vinaigrette? What Went Wrong?
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Everything with my stomach was going so well. Hadn't had a problem in several weeks and I felt great. Then, last Thursday, a week ago now, my mom used to soy sauce that didn't LIST wheat as an ingredient, but it also didn't say it was gluten-free or have any information on the internet. But I got reckless and ate it anyway, and then a few hours later I was having major stomach problems, which persisted until Sunday and then went away for a few days, only to reappear this afternoon.

Is anyone familiar with this Datu Puti Soy Sauce? I doubt anyone will be, it's obscure and shipped directly from Vietnam. I can't believe how stupid I was, I let my mom talk me into it because it was cheaper than my normal stuff and she does the grocery shopping.

Now the only other possibility is the Kraft Honey Dijon Vinaigrette on some salad right before the dish involving soy sauce. I just don't think it could be anything else, I am very careful. I've never actually been knowingly glutened before so I am not sure exactly what it is like.

I've been gluten-free for six months and not super sensitive or anything.

Do you think today's symptoms were from last week's potential glutening or something else? The only even potentially strange thing I ate today was some breakfast sausage.

Thanks so much for your time!

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Everything with my stomach was going so well. Hadn't had a problem in several weeks and I felt great. Then, last Thursday, a week ago now, my mom used to soy sauce that didn't LIST wheat as an ingredient, but it also didn't say it was gluten-free or have any information on the internet. But I got reckless and ate it anyway, and then a few hours later I was having major stomach problems, which persisted until Sunday and then went away for a few days, only to reappear this afternoon.

Is anyone familiar with this Datu Puti Soy Sauce? I doubt anyone will be, it's obscure and shipped directly from Vietnam. I can't believe how stupid I was, I let my mom talk me into it because it was cheaper than my normal stuff and she does the grocery shopping.

Now the only other possibility is the Kraft Honey Dijon Vinaigrette on some salad right before the dish involving soy sauce. I just don't think it could be anything else, I am very careful. I've never actually been knowingly glutened before so I am not sure exactly what it is like.

I've been gluten-free for six months and not super sensitive or anything.

Do you think today's symptoms were from last week's potential glutening or something else? The only even potentially strange thing I ate today was some breakfast sausage.

Thanks so much for your time!

Don't think it's the Kraft dressing--that's coming up as gluten free: http://www.gfoverflow.com/product.php?id=007291. And Kraft is supposed to be one of the best for clearly labeling any gluten in the ingredients. The ingredient list for the soy sauce looks ok, too--Soybean extract, water, iodized salt, caramel and 0.1% sodium benzoate (if it's the same variety that (Company Name Removed - They Spammed This Forum and are Banned) shows). I'd check the breakfast sausage.

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If the soy sauce doesn't have wheat in the ingredients, it should be gluten-free.

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Well, I checked the breakfast sausage and it didn't list any ingredients with gluten in them. Plus, that wouldn't explain my symptoms last week, since I ate that for the first time yesterday.

It's just really weird because I was being very careful. I ate a gluten free burger at Red Robin on Tuesday but my stomach continued to be great until Thursday, so I don't think that could have anything to do with it.

(sorry for the delayed response, I have limited internet)

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If it is a Kraft product, any gluten source will be clearly disclosed by naming the source grain in the ingredient list.

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Well, I checked the breakfast sausage and it didn't list any ingredients with gluten in them. Plus, that wouldn't explain my symptoms last week, since I ate that for the first time yesterday.

It's just really weird because I was being very careful. I ate a gluten free burger at Red Robin on Tuesday but my stomach continued to be great until Thursday, so I don't think that could have anything to do with it.

(sorry for the delayed response, I have limited internet)

I am betting on the RR burger. Gluten reactions can be delayed for up to a week. The products that you are questioning look to be gluten free.

I would wonder about the soy sauce IF it was not ordered through a US company or carried in stores here. If it is marketed in the US it would have to list the wheat if it is there. You also could be having issues with soy. Maybe don't use the sauce until you are feeling better for a bit and then try it again.

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Thanks, guys! I was worried it could be the burger. :( And yes, I was thinking the same on the soy sauce; since it's not from the US they don't have to follow the same rules.

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