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I have a question I hope someone can help me with. after my diagnosis I had food allergy testing and was tested for many things, rice was one of them, which showed no allergic reaction. (dairy and soy showed allergic).  I have eaten rice a few times with no issues.

 

now I see I am reacting to brown rice flour, it took me a while to figure this one out, but I am absolutely sure of this.

 

I haven't eaten rice lately just out of fear.

 

I am just wondering if anyone has any insight for me on this reaction to brown rice flour. this is annoying as it is many gluten-free products like bread, crackers, etc.

 

thanks in advance.

 

 

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i know that sometimes flour can be cc'd. bobs red mill rice flour is made in a facility that processes soy.

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thanks, I usually won't buy things that say they are made in a facility that processes soy, but I just checked a container of Gillian's  breadcrumbs and it doesn't say anything about soy, just dedicated to gluten free.

 

hmm, I guess you don't really know about facilities. I also wasn't able to handle the gluten-free chex cereals, and a bunch of other things.

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thanks, I usually won't buy things that say they are made in a facility that processes soy, but I just checked a container of Gillian's  breadcrumbs and it doesn't say anything about soy, just dedicated to gluten free.

 

hmm, I guess you don't really know about facilities. I also wasn't able to handle the gluten-free chex cereals, and a bunch of other things.

Chex has vitamins that are derived from soy from what i've heard.

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I also have trouble with brown rice, usually just whole brown rice (too much fibre for my poor gut to handle, likely). Usually in flour form its fine, but it does bother me on occasion. White rice is no problem as long as I don't eat too much at once. I don't have a know allergy or intolerance, it's just something my body doesn't always like to process.

 

I am soy intolerant though, so there's always the fear of soy cc. i also try not to get things made in the same facility as soy, but that's not always stated.

However, if you have a soy intolerance, that's something to watch for.

 

Good to know about the Bob's red mill. I use a lot of their products but have never had problems.

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