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Erewhon Gluten-Free Crispy Brown Rice Cereal

One of the difficult aspects of being a parent, especially if you are dealing with allergies, is to try and find a food that is nutritious, affordable and more importantly—finding one that all of my kids will enjoy! 

When I discovered  Erewhon's gluten-free Crispy Brown Rice Cereal, I just had to give it a try.  The ingredient list is simple, which I love (only 3 ingredients total), and it is low in fat and has only 1 gram of sugar per serving.  It is also made with 100% whole grains. 

When I first opened the package, it reminded me of a well known cereal that I grew up with.  I popped a few in my mouth and I was not disappointed!  This gluten-free cereal had a light crisp texture with a slight nuttiness...I am hooked! 

When I introduced it to my kids there was no way I was going to tell them that it was healthy—I just served it up with some milk and they all dug right in.  They now ask for this crispy rice cereal by name (which makes me very happy), and we throw in some fresh berries every now and then to make it an extra special treat.

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Hilary Lane
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23 Apr 2011 9:50:39 AM PDT
I love this brand! It makes amazing rice crispy treats that taste just like the ones I used to love. The only modification I make is to add a tsp of vanilla to the marshmallows and better when they are melted.

 
Chelsea
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16 Feb 2012 3:00:23 PM PDT
I also love it! Erwehon's delicious Brown Rice Cereal is all organic and gluten free! It stays crispy in milk and is also low fat, wheat free, and low sugar. Mix it with fruit or yogurt to begin your day feeling great.




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I was in the hospital once for six days and had nothing except the glucose in the iv solution- and I survived. Since it is only for two weeks I wouldn't worry about a balanced diet, or getting every nutrient every day. Some celiacs react to oats, but lots of steamed rice would be good for getting calories. If you took nuts that would add both fat and protein in a relatively small space per calorie. Then just add a gluten free multivitamin/mineral. Sounds like a great trip - hope you have a good and healthy time.

If you can get plain rice, go for it. Plain fish, meat, too. Maybe beef jerky and protein bars ? I wouldn't bother with the Nima- it is giving a lot of false positives

They are very highly refined and should not contain gluten. If you aren't ingesting it, it is safe. You could roll in wheat flour - if you could keep it out of your mouth. i stay away from stuff with obvious wheat -usually wheat germ oil. But I know Celiacs that very carefully use hair products with wheat germ oil for thier curly hair. I just tend to get shampoo in my mouth .

That's a very normal reaction believe it or not. I would always tell someone to stay on gluten before testing is done because it's a lot easier staying on it than it is reintroducing it. I felt worse on my challenge than I had before giving it up the first time. Whilst a definite diagnosis is the aim of many (I tried myself) and has benefits in terms of health monitoring etc there is no treatment other than the gluten-free diet so if you get negative or inconclusive results and can't face the further challenge you could choose to forgo it and just go gluten free. Either way there will be plenty of support for you here. all the best.