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Just talked to my mom...she ate an Amy's gluten free pizza w/rice crust yesterday, and was horribly and violently sick all night. I'm wondering if Amy's can be trusted to be gluten free.

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That's weird........I had Amy's gluten-free mac and cheese and i got really sick too......i went to a play and had to run out, it was so embarassing! I couldn't understand what the problem was because i'm very careful especially when i have somewhere to go.......i guess maybe you're right!

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Awwwww man...I just finished eating an Amy's rice bowl just this second. :o I've already felt like crap for more than a week and dont want to get glutened again. :(

I'm going to start praying....

I'm soooo freaked out right now I'm probably going to GIVE myself a gluten attack just from worrying! :blink:

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well, hopefully berneses will keep us updated, but soon the mac and cheese and pizza will be moved to a gluten-free facility! don't worry rachel!! i have eaten quite a bit of amy's with no issues... hope you're okay :)

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i'm eating an amy's right now!

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I've noticed that people who have had reactions have only had it with the mac and cheese and the rice pizza. Is that right? I ate a dairy free gluten free rice bowl so I feel ok with that. I havent had any symptoms and its almost been 24 hours.

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Hi guys!

I just want to add to this Amy's dilema. I think I might be getting glutened from the soup! I bought tons of the dairy/gluten free soup and it seems like on the days that I eat it, or the day after, my symptoms come back stronger.

But then again, maybe my input isn't too valid right now because I'm starting to wonder if I have other intolerances besides gluten........but I'm going to stay off the Amy's for a while, just to make sure. :rolleyes:

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