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I can't have dairy and needed some milk yesterday so I decided to try Rice Dream because I'd heard great things about it. I used the shelf stable one because it was the only kind available to me and I ended up feeling horribly sick not long after having it. I noticed later that it had safflower/sunflower oil in it which are both avoids for me...is it possible for me to have gotten sick so fast from the milk?
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If very sesitive - yes
but it could have been a bug
I have often had Rice dream if I made something for my daughter and never had any bad effect from it.

Why can´t you do dairy ?

I would use homemade almond milk if I wanted to subsitute real milk.
Ricemilk IMO is just carb-juice


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malt of some sort is used in the manufacturing process. make your own.


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Homemade almond milk is easy and yummy.


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sprouting any grain renders it sweet.....
home made manna tastes like honey.

with malt, made of barley, it s the same thing.....so I believe you can make
malt out of any compliant grain actually, by sprouting, dehydrating, grinding into a fine powder and adding it to either baked goods or smoothies or whatever suits your fancy.

faux milk in this case


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the safflower/sunflower dose it to me too. i tried the terro brand terro chips (I usuly get them from nutsonline) and i ate a couple of hand fulls and within twenty minutes i wanted to throw up. lesson learned stick to my "nuts".
i have tried every sub for milk out there and can only say it is a good thing i don't actuly drink milk. i hate them all. too watery, no taste, the wrong kind of taste, fortunatly dairy only makes extra mucus for me and i don't use it often so i will get goat milk from a local milker of goats and make alot of spelt bread for my freezer with most of the gallon.  


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Ok thanks for the information everyone. I have allergies to dairy so that's why I was using rice milk. I only use milk when I need it for baking which is rarely since I have celiac disease I pretty much never bake. That was exactly how I felt battle dwarf, I was nauseous pretty quickly so I knew it wasn't a gluten contamination because that takes quite awhile. I think I'll try almond milk next time.
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my mom is trying to find the dimond brand almond milk. it is saposed to be good but i will have to check the store in the bigger city when i go monday. they don't have it locally...the place that sells certafied angus is catering to some aspects of gluton avoidance, i wonder if he would get the dimond bran if asked. he is locally owned and seems to be easier to work with than wally's world.


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Oops!!  I somehow missed the oils in the Rice Dream that I'd recently bought!  That may be one of the reasons why my energy has been going down, although I only used it to make rice pancakes.

I noticed the energy drain to a greater degree when I had bought the Terra Chips in the second month of my BTD, in a desperate fling for crunchy snacks!!


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Quoted from battle dwarf
my mom is trying to find the dimond brand almond milk. it is saposed to be good but i will have to check the store in the bigger city when i go monday. they don't have it locally...the place that sells certafied angus is catering to some aspects of gluton avoidance, i wonder if he would get the dimond bran if asked. he is locally owned and seems to be easier to work with than wally's world.


I think I remember the Diamond brand to have carageenan in it.


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What about Almond Dream...I think that one is free of a lot of additives
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ya, terra, loaded with safflower/sunflower, can't handle them at all. they litteraly make me sick to my stomach. i get my chips online. they are made in canola oil but they are a treat i don't eat all the time AND THEY DON'T MAKE ME SICK TO EAT THEM. i have to whacht for those two oils like mad though i think it is mainly the safflower thats makes me want to hurl becuse when i used to eat potato chips i loved the lays brand in all sunflower and they did not bother me.


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Ahhhhhh it was definitely the milk!!! I'm up late studying for finals and decided to test my milk theory to see if it really was the safflower/sunflower/canola oils that made me sick. Well... within 15 minutes I was nauseous and a had horrible stomachache and wanted to curl up and die. Definitely going to be avoiding these at ALL costs now!
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Carrageenan might also be the cause and other additives


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Carrageenan isn't listed as an ingredient...wouldn't it have to be listed if it was in it?
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I should think so


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It is easy to make you own almond milk
I soak almonds in water overnight
drain them at put them in a blender with freshwater
-  a little seasalt andmaybe a date/honey ( depends I don´t like my milk that sweet- but I know americans are used to the sweetness  )
blend untill smooth
and sive true a fine coloth or metal sieve.

Keep it it the  fridge max 2-3 days.

You can use the almond pulp in cakes etc.
Depending on how much water you add you get more or less fatty milk.



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You could also make sesame seed milk, that would give you added calcium.
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Quoted from Curious
You could also make sesame seed milk, that would give you added calcium.


sesame is no go for B´s
anyhow Almonds do contain calcium


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Safflower oil is an avoid for me as well and I got a terrible rash from it. More or less confirmed the fact that I am a nonnie.




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ya, terra, loaded with safflower/sunflower, can't handle them at all. they litteraly make me sick to my stomach. i get my chips online. they are made in canola oil but they are a treat i don't eat all the time AND THEY DON'T MAKE ME SICK TO EAT THEM. i have to whacht for those two oils like mad though i think it is mainly the safflower thats makes me want to hurl becuse when i used to eat potato chips i loved the lays brand in all sunflower and they did not bother me.


Yeah?!!  Can you post the link of the chips that you buy?  I would love to have some snacks at timess!



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Yes!  Please list the link!  I'm interested as well!!


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You can also use water or juice as the liquid in baking.


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