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    Store bought Dijon mustard. Anything wrong with it?

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    the ingredients are just mustard seed, salt, vinegar, white wine, and turmeric.

    i was given a gift basket of stuff that for the most part i can't or won't eat. this bottle of dijon mustard seemed like something i could actually use though.

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    Personally, I don't see anything wrong with it.

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    I use this kind of mustart too. I wonder if there are any downsides too it.

    It says 'supplier to the royal court' so it must be good ay?...

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    Sorry to kill the buzz of any mustard fans but:

    What's for Dinner? Living Gluten free: Is Mustard Gluten Free?

    Quote Originally Posted by What's for Dinner? Living Gluten Free
    After conducting my own research, I have concluded that most table mustard sauces do contain gluten as added to mustard seed paste. Generally, mustard seed is ground into powder and is cut with wheat flour, thus named mustard flour. Not to be confused with "mustard powder" on the label. My next conclusion is not to trust labelling of mustard unless it states "gluten free" after the ingredients. Because, some companies are just not up to par on their labeling and because it's not worth taking the chance.

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    Aww c'mon.... corporations would NEVER use a false label...
    /sarcasm

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    Every other link I can find says mustard flour is gluten free. I say if you aren't celiac or get severe reactions don't even worry about it... its not like you eat it by the spoonful anyway, and its miniscule enough to not have to have calories for it labeled on the package.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drumroll View Post
    Sorry to kill the buzz of any mustard fans but:

    What's for Dinner? Living Gluten free: Is Mustard Gluten Free?
    The person who wrote this blog has shown no evidence that what he says is true: that all brands of commercial mustard have gluten deliberately added to them in the processing.

    I have never reacted to bottled mustard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eKatherine View Post
    The person who wrote this blog has shown no evidence that what he says is true: that all brands of commercial mustard have gluten deliberately added to them in the processing.

    I have never reacted to bottled mustard.
    Just because you don't react to it doesn't mean it isn't there. It might be something that for those who are merely intolerant, it is a small enough level to be ok, but if you're a celiac, could still be a huge issue.

    By the way, a few more references saying to at least read the ingredients first:

    Eating Gluten Free - Is Mustard OK?
    Wholegrain | GuFf

    Look, I'm not trying to raise an alarm here, but it is something to keep in mind at least. That is all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drumroll View Post
    Just because you don't react to it doesn't mean it isn't there. It might be something that for those who are merely intolerant, it is a small enough level to be ok, but if you're a celiac, could still be a huge issue.

    By the way, a few more references saying to at least read the ingredients first:

    Eating Gluten Free - Is Mustard OK?
    Wholegrain | GuFf

    Look, I'm not trying to raise an alarm here, but it is something to keep in mind at least. That is all.
    Of course one must read the ingredients before purchasing. But the author of that blog post said that all major manufacturers add wheat flour to their mustards and never include it in the ingredients, but offered no evidence to support the claim.

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    Mustard is the least of the food problems in this world. Use it. Enjoy it.

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