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Quinoa And Amaranth
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Although quinoa and amaranth contain no gluten, I read in a book I saw at the bookstore recently that they are sometimes processed alongside gluten grains and may not be safe unless labeled gluten free. Has anyone had a reaction to either of those grains?

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I've never had a problem with either of them but usually only buy ones marked gluten free.

The exception is Melissas quinoa but I dont use the package of spices that comes with it.

ken

Although quinoa and amaranth contain no gluten, I read in a book I saw at the bookstore recently that they are sometimes processed alongside gluten grains and may not be safe unless labeled gluten free. Has anyone had a reaction to either of those grains?
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Ancient Harvest Quinoa is grown in gluten free areas and processed in a quinoa only facility.

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I agree with earlier post that Ancient Harvert should be clean. Here is the response I received when I inquired a couple weeks ago.

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From: Quinoa Corp <QuinoaCorp@quinoa.net>

Date: November 30, 2011 12:21:39 PM EST

To: Lenny

Subject: RE: Gluten free question

Hi Lenny,

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