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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!



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


    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? 


    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.


    Jackie Scarbrough

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

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