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Amy's Rice Crust Pizza

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I need some feedback on Amy's rice crust pizza. My daughter may be getting some hidden gluten somewhere so I am re-evaluating our eating habits. We usually have an Amy's pizza once a week or so. Even with the gluten free claim on the box it is listed on the back that it is manufactured in the same facility at wheat.

Comments? Experiences?

Thanks!

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I have had an immediate reaction to Amy's rice crust pizza before.

A lot of people have had reactions to Amy's products.

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i'm starting to think that i had a reaction to this as well.

i used to break out (like zits) all over my chin area. this has pretty much gone away after going gluten-free but earlier this week i had amy's pizza. the next day i had the zits everywhere. this is the only thing i can think of i have eaten this week that could be causing it OR it's from the crazy humidity DC had earlier in the week.

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I won't even buy it because I've seen so many posts on here about people having reactions to it. :ph34r:

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I eat the rice crust pizza at least once a month without problem. Same with all Amy's products. For me, the concerns are unfounded.

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Amy's is testing and keeping their gluten-free pizza below 20 ppm level. This is OK for most folks but not everyone.

http://www.amyskitchen.com/special_diets/celiac.php

If you think she's reacting, try going to a different brand like Glutino. They make both pizza crusts and small gluten-free frozen pizzas. Glutino makes all their products in a dedicated facility, they stay under 10ppm, and I haven't heard people complain as much about getting CC'd from their foods.

http://www.glutino.com/content/view/95/0/

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i'm starting to think that i had a reaction to this as well.

i used to break out (like zits) all over my chin area. this has pretty much gone away after going gluten-free but earlier this week i had amy's pizza. the next day i had the zits everywhere. this is the only thing i can think of i have eaten this week that could be causing it OR it's from the crazy humidity DC had earlier in the week.

Hmmm... Daughter has been having weird zits. They're there one day and the next her face will be clear without us having done anything. We generally eat this pizza on Sundays, but last week we had Garlic Jim's and I occasionally make it with Ener-G crust. I will have to keep an eye on that!

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Try the Kinnickkinnick crusts. They are made in a dedicated plant and you get 4 to a box for a bit under $10. Add in the toppings, I freeze leftover pizza sauce as one can is to much for one pizza, and you have a good quick pizza meal for less than 5 dollars. With some of the other crusts I just cringe at paying over 6 dollars for just one small crust or tiny personal pizza so had refused to even try them. I also avoid Amy's products.

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I had an immediate reaction to Amy's...wound up covered in hives the rest of the night. I'll never buy Amy's products again.

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