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    Does anyone know of a brand of dark chocolate that does not contain gluten, dairy and soy?

    Thanks.

  • #2
    Lots of them don't actually, you just need to get sufficient high up in the cocoa percentage, 85% or highter. TJ does have a store brand that is 73% dark chocolate that is pure.

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    • #3
      I should have added I'm in Canada. Not as much selection.

      I checked Endangered Species gluten free but not soy free.

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      • #4
        Hageland Chocolate has a nice "Costa Rica" one that I enjoyed prior to starting Whole 30 this month

        Hägeland Chocolate
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        • #5
          Lindt is my favorite (should be easily available in Canada), I like their 85% and 95% ones. There is only cocoa their and a tiny bit of sugar (more in the 85% than in 95%) but that is it. No emulsifier (hence no soy) is usually needed after 85-90% cocoa

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          • #6
            I like the Lindt 85% but on occasion I have problems with it. They told me it may be cross contaminated with gluten since it is done on the same lines as their gluten containing products.

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            • #7
              I don't think Hageland Chocolate is available where I am.

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              • #8
                This is my favorite.

                Scharffen Berger 99% Cacao Unsweetened Chocolate Baking Bar

                It's the only super dark chocolate I've found that isn't crumbly and dry. It's very creamy, very smooth.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by O_O View Post
                  I like the Lindt 85% but on occasion I have problems with it. They told me it may be cross contaminated with gluten since it is done on the same lines as their gluten containing products.
                  Oh, no, yikes! Thanks for letting me know! I am super gluten intolerant and am pretty miserable if I ingest any. I guess, must have just been lucky with the Lindt bars, sounds like something to avoid for me then also, not worth the risk..

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                  • #10
                    This has become my personal favorite chocolate. It's expensive, but SOOOOOO worth it. I normally like 90% and higher, but this is 70% and actually AMAZING:

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                    • #11
                      Where I am in the USA Scharfen Berger is the only kind that you can often find in a store...

                      Many of the small artisan brands are gluten-free (and tastier!) but unless you're near a high-end specialty gourmet store that carries them you usually have to get them online.

                      I tried this one recently, it was pretty good
                      https://www.patric-chocolate.com/cho...&category_id=1

                      This is my favorite
                      https://www.askinosie.com/p-75-77-da...olate-bar.aspx

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                      • #12
                        LOL, Amano is like 2 blocks from my house. Totally worth the walk

                        How 'bout this:
                        Gnosis Fleur de Sel Raw Chocolate Bar - 2oz: Amazon.com: Grocery & Gourmet Food

                        IDEA! I could make you some chocolate... but I'm not sure it would make it to Canada in tact.
                        --Trish (Bork)
                        TROPICAL TRADITIONS REFERRAL # 7625207
                        http://pregnantdiabetic.blogspot.com
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                        • #13
                          Cocoa Camino has a couple of varieties of non-dairy dark that I've enjoyed (including their mint, orange, espresso, almond, coconut, and raspberry varieties). They say it "may contain traces of nuts, peanuts, soy, and dairy", but not wheat, which is my big cross-contamination worry. Their dairy-free drinking chocolate is pretty tasty too--you can make it with almond milk or another milk substitute.
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                          • #14
                            They don't guarantee gluten free though. I've talked to the company.

                            I use organic traditions raw cacao powder which is certified gluten free. Cocoa Camino's cocoa says may contain wheat on label. I believe their bars do as well.

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                            • #15
                              Cocoa powder
                              Divine
                              100% cacao

                              Dutch-processed cacao powder provides you with pure cacao ideal for all your favourite recipes.

                              Certified organic
                              Fair Trade Certified
                              Certified kosher

                              Sold in 224 g bags or tins.

                              May contain traces of dairy products, eggs, soy and wheat.


                              Panama extra dark

                              Dark chocolate
                              80% cacao

                              Revitalize with the smooth intensity of this dark single origin Panamanian chocolate.

                              Certified organic
                              Fair Trade Certified
                              Certified kosher

                              Sold as a 100 g bar.



                              Organic ingredients: cacao mass*, cane sugar*, cacao butter*, ground vanilla beans*.
                              *FAIR TRADE CERTIFIED. May contain traces of nuts, peanuts, soy and dairy products.

                              They use to say may contain wheat in the bars. I take issue with "may contain" on the package. I mean ground beef may contain fecal matter. May contains reduces my trust in a company. May mean they don't practice safety with food allergens well. Likely there for a liability issue.

                              Join the joyful food revolution | Camino

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