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Quaker Rice Cakes Anyone?

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I bought soem of these. Some of the varieties had wheat in them--but some didnot. I got applecinnamon and caremel I think. We are just starting so go gluten free--so I wouldn't recognize if these hurt us or not. Does anyone else get these?

BTW--the kids LOVED eating "cake" for lunch. Rice cake w/ peanut butter and banana slices :)

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Quaker themselves say that they can't guarantee that there isn't contamination - moreover, they say to assume that there is contamination in all of their products. But there are other rice cakes out there! :) I recommend Lundberg Farms.


Tiffany aka "Have I Mentioned Chocolate Lately?"

Inconclusive Blood Tests, Positive Dietary Results, No Endoscopy

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Quaker has high levels of contamination of wheat so I would stay away from them.


Kaiti

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Yeah, Quaker products definitely made me sick. I would stay away from them. Try Lundbergh, I've never had problems with them and they have flavored ones like apple cinnamon. You can buy them online at www.shopbydiet.com.


~Angie~

Gluten free since May 2004

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And then there are some of us who have never had a problem with QUaker Rice Cakes. I have eaten Quaker Caramel Rice Cakes for 5 yrs now and never once was I glutened. So, the decision is yours.


Deb

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HI I am newly diagnosed with Celiac and its been a crazy frustration to figure out what to eat. I was picking up almond milk about two days ago and happen to find Quaker Rice Cakes ( gluten free) yayy..i read the back of it and nothing click in my head that is gluten. I went ahead and bought them.

I ate about 4 of them in two days. I was doing fine going gluten-free for 2 months and I'm sick I think from Quaker's rice cakes.

I shouldn't have touched them.

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I like the lundsberg rice cakes, but have to travel for them. I am sensitive to CC. I m also soy free, if you'll look, some of Quaker has soy in them. I'm on my second package of the "Lightly salted" Quaker rice cakes without problems.


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