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Rice milk is a kind of grain milk processed from rice. It is mostly made from brown rice and commonly sweetened with sugarcane syrup. Compared with cow's milk, it contains more carbohydrates, but does not contain significant amounts of calcium or protein, and no cholesterol or lactose. Commercial brands of rice milk, however, are often fortified with vitamins and minerals, including calcium, vitamin B12, vitamin B3, and iron.
Commercial brands of rice milk are available in vanilla and chocolate flavors, as well as the original unflavored form and can be used in many recipes as an alternative to traditional cow milk.
Whilst many people are allergic to dairy, and soy is almost as allergenic as peanuts, rice milk remains an alternative as a very low (to non) allergenic milk.
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11/20/2007 12:32:46 PM
Serving size doesn't make sense admin!!!
This seems to be a problem with the calorie wiki.
I tried to enter one in and it would not let me type the info in, I gave up.
11/20/2007 11:41:35 AM
you need to click "edit" when you are signed in to edit.
11/20/2007 12:33:17 PM