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11/5/09 3:57 P

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11/4/09 11:06 P

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Don't know if rice cakes are clean. They might be organic, they might have ingredients that sound healthy but they are still made from a "popped" form (greatly heated starch is questionable health-wise) of grain which I have read isn't really very nutritious. I suppose that if a person is just starting out and wants something crunchy instead of chips, a rice cake might be a better choice. I like rice cakes but eat them very rarely any more.

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If you are going to eat rice cakes make sure they are organic and don't have any "funny" ingredients. There are a LOT of junky rice cakes out there posing as "health foods". Read labels!!

Check out Lundberg, a very good brand of rice products:
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Edited by: ANIDUCK at: 11/4/2009 (23:13)
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11/4/09 10:35 A

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I notice she mentions in the book to eat them in moderation. What brand have you found to be clean and where have you found them.

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