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    I am looking for an organic salad dressing that is gluten, soy, and casein free. I am also looking for a pizza sauce that is free of those things too. If not I can make my own using tomato paste but have had trouble finding one free of those things. Also, I need them to be true gluten free (no corn or anything like that). So if you know of a brand or anything let me know!

     

    #9587

    Also, beans! Any gluten free (meaning no cross contamination) beans! ūüôā

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    Norbert Banaszak jr
    redbird
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    Bush's beans says gluten free and we haven't haven't been surprised……yet?¬†¬† I've read on another website that the EZ Gluten test showed that “Allen's” beans have tested “safe” and their website says they are “gluten free”.¬†¬† There are several store brand dressings and sauces that say on the bottle that they are gluten free?¬†¬†¬†¬†I guess I'm wondering how many here are eating those things and making sure they are not getting any grains,etc.¬†¬†¬†¬† If you make you own¬†from scratch and¬†start with purchased¬†meats/fruits and¬†veggies, how are you¬†positive there is no cross-contamination on them either?¬†¬†¬†¬†Someone with wealth may be able to afford the EZ Gluten test kits and each test stip that is used costs about $2.50.¬†¬†¬†¬† That is just to find a positive/negative to wheat,rye or barley, not all the other grains or lectins?¬†

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    Lori Quandt
    farmwife67
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    What kind of salad dressings do you like? I am all for making your own of everything. I think the more processed an item is the bigger chance of contamination. I would buy organic tomatoes (if you can find them) and make your own pizza sauce. I have a garden and grow mine and can them, so I have tomatoes to use this time of year. (I know that doesn't help you now) There are many salad dressings that are very easy to make. I would just google salad dressing recipes and see if you can adapt to your way of eating.  If you let me know what kind you like I will see if I can find any recipes for you.

    Lori

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    Jacqueline Scarbrough
    Jackie Scarbrough
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    For dry white beans I use nutsonline.com  They are certified gluten free, I just soak them overnight or longer then use for cooking.

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