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I was at a Price Chopper today looking for Sir Kensington's condiments. (Thanks to Ennis for that recommendation ) I have been trying to find gluten-free, corn-free, soy-free, xantham gum-free condiments. The Sir Kensington's website has a store locator so that is really helpful. But at this store that is suppose to carry it, I couldn't find it. I was going to ask a store clerk, but happened to stumble upon another brand I noticed that mentioned gluten-free right on the label, and so I read the ingredients and was happily surprised - no soy, corn, or xanthan gum either. Yay! The brand is called Full Circle. There were a few different mustards (regular, dijon, spicy brown, and stone ground) and also a ketchup. It's not overly expensive either. And it's organic. I still have another store in town to look for the Sir Kensington, which I hope will indeed carry it, because I am still looking for a gluten-free, soy-free, corn-free, xantham gum-free mayo. But it's always nice to find more brands that are free of so many of the pesky ingredients some of us can't eat. If anyone knows of any other condiments free from all those ingredients, please feel free to share here. I am still working on going totally soy,corn, xanthan gum free. It does seem to take a little time to find all the foods and ingredients you love and use often. It's a nice feeling once you finally start getting there though. I LOVE this message board for people to share what they find. So, so far, gluten-free, soy-free, corn-free, xantham gum-free condiment brands - Sir Kensington: http://www.sirkensingtons.com/products Full Circle: http://fullcirclefoods.com/fc_products/condiments-sauces/ I did notice Full Circle has other foods like snack foods (chips, cookies, etc) and other things that might contain soy and I have no idea of any contain corn, etc. so check each ingredient list before buying. But as far as their condiments, all the ones I looked at so far are free from the above mentioned pesky ingredients. Kind of annoying that the Full Circle website doesn't seem to list ingredients for each product.
This recipe comes to us from Susan Carmack. Dry Ingredients: 2 ½ cups rice flour ½ cup tapioca flour 2 ½ teaspoons guar gum 1 tablespoon yeast 1 teaspoon salt Liquid Ingredients: 2 tablespoons honey 2 tablespoons olive oil or tallow 1 ½ - 2 cups water 1 teaspoon cider or rice vinegar Directions: Add liquid ingredients to dry ingredients in food processor. Process the mixture until it is smooth like a cake. Spoon it into a greased bread pan or muffin tins. Bake in oven at 350F - 30 min for bread and 15 minutes for the buns.
Hi all I love Korean food! And I've had to more or less give it up since, if you're lucky enough to find something gluten free, its still going to be full of soy. One of the staples in Korean cooking is gochujang, red pepper paste made with fermented soy (every packaged version I've ever seen ever also has wheat in it). Would anyone have any clue if there's something similar out there made without soy (or gluten, of course)? At the japanese grocer here I recently noticed a bottle of "kimchi sauce" made with "broad beans" instead of soy. But I'm not sure if this was just a mistake, or whether another type of bean could be used instead of soy? I anyone knows of a premade product that would be safe, or a recipe for something similar, that would be awesome. Is there such thing as non-soy miso?? Cause if so that might work as a substitute. Something like siracha is similar, but just not the same. It's something about fermented beans that really makes it. Anyway, just curious. Been craving some lately. any other gluten/soy/egg free korean recipes also welcome (I make some pretty good sweet potato starch noodles with sesame oil on occasion). Cheers!