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It's supposed to be a natural sweetner made just from rice.. they use it to make sake (rice wine).  Rice is neutral for o-nonnies, but rice syrup is avoid... so I was just wondering.


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That's not one I've seen.  What's it in?


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Given that another malt (barley) is an avoid for nonnies but okay for secretors Type O, I would be cautious.

Quoted from Brittanica Encyclopedia
Malt is prepared from cereal grain by allowing partial germination to modify the grain's natural food substances.

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malted and sprouted are similar things.

rice is sprinkled with "Kojikin" which are yeast spores. Over a period of about 48 hours.......


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Given that another malt (barley) is an avoid for nonnies but okay for secretors Type O, I would be cautious.


I would think that malted barley is an avoid for nonnies b/c barley itself is an avoid.. rice, however, is neutral


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the alcohol is what s avoid........or is there no alcohol in sake anymore?
it has been so long since I had one.......


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Given that another malt (barley) is an avoid for nonnies but okay for secretors Type O, I would be cautious.


I would think that malted barley is an avoid for nonnies b/c barley itself is an avoid.. rice, however, is neutral


Barley is also an avoid for secretors, the barley malt is not however....... The logic process is that it may have something to do with sugars created in the malting process. Hence why I recommended caution. Everyone gets to make their own call, of course.

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