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Anybody can give suggestions for Gluten Free BBQ Sauce for Pork Ribs?

bbqlearnerbbqlearner Posts: 760
Been going gluten free (GF) for a while. For the rub, I usually used Dizzy Dust (Dizzy Pig) and I think it's gluten free. However, for a gluten free sauce/baste, I'm having a hard time finding a good complement to the Dizzy Dust. I used to use Blues Hog but I think it's not GF. Any suggestions what you used?  

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  • nolaeggheadnolaegghead Posts: 28,377
    Not very often do I see grain products in rubs or BBQ sauces.  And if you do, they would probably be thickeners and in relatively small amounts.  Unless you have celiac disease, probably not a worrisome issue.

    I just looked at some of my stock and most don't have any, but I do see some "modified food starch".  That should be pure carbohydrate, no protein or gluten.
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  • U_tardedU_tarded Posts: 1,649
    My wife is gf.  BBQ sauce is pretty easy, blues hog, sweet baby rays Stubbs all gluten free.  The only thing we look for is soy sauce because it is often not gf but as you get more used to it a quick read of the label fixes that. 
  • Class_of_75Class_of_75 Posts: 49
    I recommend Stubbs. Great variety of flavors, heat, etc. And absolutely gluten free.

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  • mgd_eggmgd_egg Posts: 476
    We use Stubbs and Sweet Baby Rays since we know it's gluten free. I have not been able to confirm that Blues Hog is gluten free. 
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  • DoubleEggerDoubleEgger Posts: 13,825
    edited May 2015
    I just googled it and there are plenty of widely available GF sauces. Buy a few and see what you like. Everybody's taste buds are different. 
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