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Has anyone had problems with the Rice Dream Rice Milk? I recently had this product and it made me feel sick. Their website lists the product as gluten free but they do use barley in it which they say they remove during processing. When we contacted the company, they also said their product was gluten free.

Just wondered if anyone else has reacted to their rice milk? Thank you.

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Has anyone had problems with the Rice Dream Rice Milk? I recently had this product and it made me feel sick. Their website lists the product as gluten free but they do use barley in it which they say they remove during processing. When we contacted the company, they also said their product was gluten free.

Just wondered if anyone else has reacted to their rice milk? Thank you.

From what I understand it has traces of gluten in it, so not safe.

Here are a couple of links to past topics about Rice Dream:

http://www.celiac.com/gluten-free/index.php?showtopic=53318

http://www.celiac.com/gluten-free/index.php?showtopic=49479

Good Luck and Feel Better.

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Thank you for confirming what I thought was true!

Some one else mentioned to me that Rice Dream supplies Trader Joes with their rice milk. Has any one heard of this? I use Trader Joes all the time and have never had a reaction and it tastes totally different than the Rice Dream Rice Milk.

Thank you!

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First time I have heard that. I tried that in place of Rice Dream, it tasted different and didn't bother me, but I am enjoying more coconut milk and almond milk lately. I guess called Trader Joes would be the best idea to find out about that. If you do, please let us know. I am curious. ;)

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Has anyone had problems with the Rice Dream Rice Milk? I recently had this product and it made me feel sick. Their website lists the product as gluten free but they do use barley in it which they say they remove during processing. When we contacted the company, they also said their product was gluten free.

Just wondered if anyone else has reacted to their rice milk? Thank you.

I had problems with rice dream too...

Soy milk isn't working out great for me either....

I guess u need to try another milk...

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