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Pamela B.

Amy's Gluten Free Spinach Pizza

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Forgive me if this has recently been discussed. I just ate part of this pizza tonight, and I feel SO bloated and nauseous. It didn't even taste that great to begin with. Anyone else have this issue with this kind of pizza? Anyone have a good premade frozen pizza brand they can recommend? Or even crusts/dough? I made a pizza with Glutino pizza crusts a couple of years ago, and they were just plain disgusting. Dunno if that's changed since then or not.

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Amy's products seem to have a CC risk. I use Kinnickinnick shells, 4 to a $9 package, and keep Hormel pepperoni on hand. When I feel like a 'do it yourself' fresh crust to me you can't beat Gluten Free Pantries French Bread mix. It makes a great deep dish crust once you get used to spreading it with a spacula.

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It made me sick but I'm pretty sure it was just because it is a HORRIBLE excuse for a pizza :)

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I've been a celiac for 7 years and I stopped eating Amy's 7 years ago :) They just have always made me feel crappy and honestly, never really have made the effort to make their product any more delicious!

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To me, Udi's has the best pizza crust, and it's so easy to make your own.

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Amy's has never bothered me and I consider myself very sensitive.

And to be honest, I find it hard to believe that Amy's products are making other people sick. I'm not saying that they aren't - I'm just saying I find it hard to believe that someone could be THAT sensitive. I

n the end, you gotta do what works for you, so if makes you feel like poop, just don't eat it. It might not be the gluten in there, if there is any, that's making you feel sick. Could very well be some other ingredient. Unfortunately (and I guess fortunately) everyone's different.

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You find it hard to believe that Amy's makes other people sick?? There are a ton of threads on this website that confirms just that. Sorry, but I don't typically come on this site and lie about getting sick from a product, that would serve no purpose. Be careful with how you say things on this board, perhaps you weren't trying to offend, but the very nature of your post accuses many others of being liars.

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That was the first product I purchased when I went gluten free... it was almost enough to send me packing. It is disgusting.

If you live near a Sprouts, they carry fresh gluten free pizza. It is a personal size with light sauce, light cheese and 8 minutes in the toaster oven and it is crisp and delicious - only 3.99. Ok... it's not quite Dominoes.... but it is yummo!

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That was the first product I purchased when I went gluten free... it was almost enough to send me packing. It is disgusting.

Same here...and yes, I find it disgusting, too.

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Same here...and yes, I find it disgusting, too.

ditto from me too! :blink: Ick!

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My daughter has had issues with Amy's, too, yeah. Not all the time - and she's tried multiple products. We finally had to give them up, though. she might be fine for 2-3 times in a row, and then the next time she'd be very sick. It wasn't worth the risk for us.

Kinnickinick worked the best for my daughter, out of all of them, although we didn't try that many (never tried udi's)

shauna

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I just bought and ate some amy's cheese pizza last night. It was my first time buying a gluten free product and have only been gluten free for 5 days since my endoscopy. I didn't mind the taste and was excited to be able to eat pizza.

Big mistake!!! An hour later my stomach started hurting and hasn't stopped for 18 hrs!!

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I wonder if it's something about just the pizza. I eat the Amy's "TV dinners" very often (seriously, I've starve if I didn't). Just had one of the teriyaki bowls today, and I eat the cheese enchiladas and the tamale verde a lot and never have issues. I'm thinking the crusts are on the same conveyor belt as the non-gluten-free ones and it doesn't get cleaned well enough. Or maybe the gluten flour is still in the air. I dunno.

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Amy's is out for me. I ate her stuff pre-gluten and had no problems. Once I went gluten free I got very sick (it was not pizza) and haven't touched it since.

Susan

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