Something to remember

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Something to remember
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Mon, 07-26-2010 - 9:57pm




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Registered: 07-27-2010
Tue, 07-27-2010 - 4:32pm
Shopping can be an adventure, to say the least! It does get tiring having to read every single label. Thankfully, some stores are doing a good job identifying which items are gluten free.
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Tue, 07-27-2010 - 5:18pm

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Sat, 07-31-2010 - 1:45pm
I know that one brand that we have out this way is Bar-S brand hotdogs, bologna, salami, etc. I think most of that is gluten-free. Their website has a list of just one or two items that are not gluten-free: http://www.bar-s.com/bar-s-nutritional-info.html ... So, that's a safe brand (although really not a wonderful flavor). I also know that McKenzie's Hotdogs and Sahlen's Hotdogs are listed as gluten free, but I think they are regional brands, so I don't know where all you can buy those brands. Our grocery store (Wegmans - in some areas in the northeast and mid-atlantic US) also has their own brand of hotdogs that are absolutely WONDERFUL flavor and they mark theirs as being gluten-free. Also, be sure to check out Wal-Mart - not sure if they have their own brand of hotdogs, but I know that they are required to label if something is gluten-free. So, if you check their ingredient list and the item is gluten-free, it will say so right beneath the ingredient list.
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