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I know that there was a lot of information a few years back on this milk indicating that it was not gluten free.  I am having difficulty with digesting other milks and was wondering if it is affecting anyone negatively now.  Hoping not. Not sure why they still advertise gluten-free if it is not.  I can't find any other brands locally.  Please let me know of gluten-free good quality rice milk if this one is not gluten free.  Thanks!

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I would trust it but, rice milk is really thin, it does not work in baking as a milk alternative very well either. -_- I recently had a issue with hemp milk and can tell you none of them seem safe. I use almond and cashew milks from 2 different companies (HEB, Almond Breeze), and Flax Milk from Good Karma. Elmhurst Harvest did have pistachio, walnut, and almond milks but pulled their lines and will be bringing them back next year.

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I looooove Rice Dream, but my digestion hates it so I've switched to Almond milk although that's not perfect with my digestion either ? It's not a Celiac reaction, more like a sensitivity which I've heard from multiple people about rice milk. Hope you find one that's ok for you! If so please share, I may give it a try ?

-Cristina

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I would recommend not using Rice Dream.  Years ago they listed a small amount of barley as one of their ingredients.  They no longer list this as an ingredient and thus tests gluten free.  Some sensitive people may be reacting to this.

Susan

 

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48 minutes ago, Piccolo said:

I would recommend not using Rice Dream.  Years ago they listed a small amount of barley as one of their ingredients.  They no longer list this as an ingredient and thus tests gluten free.  Some sensitive people may be reacting to this.

Susan

 

Sorry.  I don't understand this logic.  I can't imagine that some left-over barley, from years ago, might still be in the machines glutening the product.  Even assuming they are actually using all the same machines, and never cleaned them, it must have washed out by now?   Plus, they say they test for gluten.  

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