Gluten Free Meat Starter Pack - £20.00 - Free P+P @ Joe's Sausages
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Gluten Free Meat Starter Pack - £20.00 - Free P+P @ Joe's Sausages

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Found 5th Sep 2015
Since finding out I am allergic to Gluten I have found it hard to get sausages, burgers etc. that doesn't contain wheat. I know the supermarkets are getting there but it doesn't always work out.

I am a fan of muscle foods however their sausages and burgers all contain wheat. Looking around and I found Joe's Sausages. ALL of their products are gluten free and they have some fantastic deals too. This one I tried is the Welcome pack that contains:

Extra Lean Mince - 400g
Meatballs - 12
Beefy Burgers - 4
Traditional Thick Pork Sausage - 6
Cumberland Pork Sausage - 6
Chinese Style Chicken Steaks - 400g

I know this deal isnt for everyone but if you are like me and are allergic / celiac or gluten sensitive, this is perfect.
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Aldi do a range of Gluten Free products incl Sausages at 99cent (Ireland) so guess they would be cheaper in UK
Edited by: "iscom" 5th Sep 2015
All 100% burgers and sausages should be gluten free.
Also really good if your on a low fat diet or follow slimming world etc. Really lovely meat, our local butchers sell Joe's and would recommend it
I am tempted to try joes as although legal reasons they can not say there products are syn free on slimming world I calculated most of them an they are . They are also doing a back to school deal at the moment with free chipolatas an pork an apple burger pack don't know what the minimum spend is I got it in a email from them
Banned
gluten free meat??
Black farmer, Debbie &Andrew's both do great 100% meat sausages. you can get some specifically gluten free ones that contain gluten free rusk but why would you want to.
snowflake75

gluten free meat??



​Sausage contain anywhere up 40% wheat in them. Maybe more depending on the brand. I only recently found out.

Burgers maybe the same with branding. I've not checked the packaging as I've not had a burger in a while.

The closer to 100% meat the less gluten/wheat.
When a product listed as "Gluten Free" not only the Product should not contains any Gluten but is made or manufactured in a Gluten free area.
Gluten free is a farce with super market meat. It all gets mixed up in the factory.
Asda do their own gf sausages, 2 packs for £3 at the moment, still prefer Black Farmers but the Asda ones are pretty tasty.
GF sausages available at M&S, Waitrose, (good choice at both) and there is a GF line at Asda. These will be alongside the regular sausages, not in the GF ghetto! Asda also have frozen GF sausages in the freezer section. The GF offer at Tesco is very poor and not that great at Sainsbury's.
TOT TIP for you all,, M&S all burgers and sausages are gluten free... just the normal standard range.... or try ASDA chosen by you range... both much cheaper than buying from a special gluten free range.
pippajohnst1207

Gluten free is a farce with super market meat. It all gets mixed up in … Gluten free is a farce with super market meat. It all gets mixed up in the factory.



this gluten free craze itself is a farce! yes, some people are going to be better off without gluten, but its not 95% of these bandwagonners. saw an interesting study a while back, I'll have a look...
Top sausages from Rankin (found at Waitrose) also happen to be gluten free.
soRahms

this gluten free craze itself is a farce! yes, some people are going to … this gluten free craze itself is a farce! yes, some people are going to be better off without gluten, but its not 95% of these bandwagonners. saw an interesting study a while back, I'll have a look...



Unless you've been diagnosed a coeliac, in which case intolerance to gluten causes serious health problems.
My other half is coeliac but is more of a kfc/McDonald's kinda guy so he takes his own gf bread and takes his chances on the meat.As do we all. Other than that I tend to buy m&s/aldi burgers, sausages, pork pies etc
halal?
joeloaded

All 100% burgers and sausages should be gluten free.



Often these refer to 100% a specific type of meat, like "British Beef" rather than the burger being 100% beef and no other ingredients.
paulgee31

Unless you've been diagnosed a coeliac, in which case intolerance to … Unless you've been diagnosed a coeliac, in which case intolerance to gluten causes serious health problems.



Yes. But Coeliac isn't new, this gluten free bandwagon is. Considering the number of people with coeliac is under 25 per 100,000, its safe to say they're well within the 5% minority I mentioned (granted, much less than 5%)

here's a study, not sure its the same one I read before but its certainly interesting. http://www.gastrojournal.org/article/S0016-5085(13)00702-6/abstract

Basically people who claim to have gluten sensitivity are full of beans
Thanks OP. Had to go Gluten-free in March & it's proving awkward to say the least. I'll give these a go.

Contrary to what someone else posted earlier I find Tesco's GF selection superior to that of both Asda & Morrison's. So much so, in fact, that despite having both an Asda & Morrison's on my doorstep, I now shop regularly at Tesco. Just my 2p worth.
Ive not cealiac thankfully, however I throw up and my stomach expands like crazy if I eat wheat, and I get terrible acid reflux and feel weak. I did antibodie testing and the results indicated a sensitivity but the real proof came when I went gluten free and my symptoms disappeared. However I'll continue to eat gluten and get Ill again as I wouldn't want to upset SoRahms and his study.
Edited by: "04.02.2008" 6th Sep 2015
They use flour even in 100% burgers to bind the meat together and wheat flour contains gluten
soRahms

Yes. But Coeliac isn't new, this gluten free bandwagon is. Considering … Yes. But Coeliac isn't new, this gluten free bandwagon is. Considering the number of people with coeliac is under 25 per 100,000, its safe to say they're well within the 5% minority I mentioned (granted, much less than 5%)here's a study, not sure its the same one I read before but its certainly interesting. http://www.gastrojournal.org/article/S0016-5085(13)00702-6/abstractBasically people who claim to have gluten sensitivity are full of beans



This is incredibly ignorant, ignoring the experiences of a great number of people.

I had crippling stomach pains for a year, starting when I was 32, no symptoms at all before that, and then suddenly my life was hell 24/7. I had to take time off work, was back and forth to the hospital every month, had to have a colonoscopy and gastroscope as the hospital moved to rule out the really serious stuff first. Coeliac also ruled out. After a full 18 months of investigations, it was suggested I try a gluten free diet for a month. Problem solved. Turned out to be a gluten intolerance that had flared up suddenly and had never shown up before.

So is that bandwagon jumping? Or maybe, just maybe, is it possible that you're commenting on things you know nothing about?

I'm coeliac and the BEST place is M&S.
Oh, and it's 1 in 50 are Coeliac.
if your making burgers, gluten free, then try egg or grated Potatoe s binding agent. asda are good on price for ready meals and other Items but you can make pastas etc cheaper at home if you get them on prescription.
soRahms

Yes. But Coeliac isn't new, this gluten free bandwagon is. Considering … Yes. But Coeliac isn't new, this gluten free bandwagon is. Considering the number of people with coeliac is under 25 per 100,000, its safe to say they're well within the 5% minority I mentioned (granted, much less than 5%)here's a study, not sure its the same one I read before but its certainly interesting. http://www.gastrojournal.org/article/S0016-5085(13)00702-6/abstractBasically people who claim to have gluten sensitivity are full of beans



According to Coeliac UK 1 in 100 have the condition coeliac.org.uk/coe…is/ so according to them your figures are way off. If a first degree member of your family has it (mother, father, sister, brother) your chances of having the condition are 1 in 10. This is the case with my wife's family where 3 generations have been diagnosed with the condition.
compterrified

This is incredibly ignorant, ignoring the experiences of a great number … This is incredibly ignorant, ignoring the experiences of a great number of people. I had crippling stomach pains for a year, starting when I was 32, no symptoms at all before that, and then suddenly my life was hell 24/7. I had to take time off work, was back and forth to the hospital every month, had to have a colonoscopy and gastroscope as the hospital moved to rule out the really serious stuff first. Coeliac also ruled out. After a full 18 months of investigations, it was suggested I try a gluten free diet for a month. Problem solved. Turned out to be a gluten intolerance that had flared up suddenly and had never shown up before. So is that bandwagon jumping? Or maybe, just maybe, is it possible that you're commenting on things you know nothing about?



literally linked a study. You may well have an intolerance but that doesn't mean everyone touting an intolerance does. I definitely should have said "the vast majority" are full of beans, because that's all you can really say using stats, so yeah sorry about that. The study even goes on about many people getting better on gluten free diets, but not because its gluten free. Again, sorry you have some sort of problem, but you're the exception rather than the rule


Edited by: "soRahms" 6th Sep 2015
I'm ceoliac and the only speciality items I buy are gluten free sausages (from my butcher), gluten free porridge oats, gluten free flour and gluten free brown sauce, I make everything else myself at a fraction of the rip off cost that shops sell for, and nobody can tell that any of my baking is gluten free, the stuff from the shops are dried up and disgusting.
What, you don't make your own brown sauce? Pffft.
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