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No , i have the package here. Ingredients : sweet brown rice flour, tapioca flour, arrowroot flour, rice milk flour, cream of tartar, baking soda,salt and ground vanilla bean. It has little sugar. It's the pancake gluten/ dairy free pancake mix I have ever had. I've being buy it for year
Pink P
· March 14, 2015
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Have you tried making them as waffles instead? Not chewy this way. :)
Kim Hill
· November 10, 2016
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Yes, Namaste Foods baking powder is aluminum free.
Michele, Namaste Foods Custome…
Manufacturer · February 20, 2021
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Send it back, the pancake/waffle mix is worth the wait.
Sharon
· March 18, 2019
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I was told previously that it is not corn derived,as I am allergic to corn. However, if you have allergy concerns,I would email the company to be sure since products and ingredients do change. They are really responsive to questions(I have contacted them many times and have always received a prompt response)
RS
· August 21, 2015
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I have Waffle & Pancake Mix gluten free. I don't see any black specks in my boxes.
mjyoung
· September 3, 2021
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One thing I can say for sure is this is a VERY GOOD WAFFLE MIX. But according to Wikipedia: Rice milk is a plant milk made from rice. Commercial rice milk is typically manufactured using brown rice and brown rice syrup, and may be sweetened using sugar or sugar substitutes, and flavored by common ingredients, such as v… see more One thing I can say for sure is this is a VERY GOOD WAFFLE MIX. But according to Wikipedia: Rice milk is a plant milk made from rice. Commercial rice milk is typically manufactured using brown rice and brown rice syrup, and may be sweetened using sugar or sugar substitutes, and flavored by common ingredients, such as vanilla. It is commonly fortified with protein and micronutrients, such as vitamin B12, calcium, iron, or vitamin D.
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Rice milk (unsweetened) is 89% water, 9% carbohydrates, 1% fat, and contains negligible protein (table). A 100 ml reference amount provides 47 calories, and – if purposely fortified during manufacturing – 26% of the Daily Value (DV) for vitamin B12 (table). It also supplies calcium (12% DV; fortified) and manganese (13% DV; fortified) in moderate amounts, but otherwise is low in micronutrients. see less
One thing I can say for sure is this is a VERY GOOD WAFFLE MIX. But according to Wikipedia: Rice milk is a plant milk made from rice. Commercial rice milk is typically manufactured using brown rice and brown rice syrup, and may be sweetened using sugar or sugar substitutes, and flavored by common ingredients, such as vanilla. It is commonly fortified with protein and micronutrients, such as vitamin B12, calcium, iron, or vitamin D.
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Rice milk (unsweetened) is 89% water, 9% carbohydrates, 1% fat, and contains negligible protein (table). A 100 ml reference amount provides 47 calories, and – if purposely fortified during manufacturing – 26% of the Daily Value (DV) for vitamin B12 (table). It also supplies calcium (12% DV; fortified) and manganese (13% DV; fortified) in moderate amounts, but otherwise is low in micronutrients.

PRESCOTT ONE
· February 11, 2020
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Thank you for your question. As mentioned, the expiration is stamped with the lot number on the top of the packaging and has a 12 month shelf life. We hope this helps! If we can be of further help feel free to contact us at admin@namastefoods.com
Michele, Namaste Foods Custome…
Manufacturer · October 20, 2019
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We have been gluten free in our house for about 20 years.....believe me we've tasted a lot of gluten free foods that are heavy (breads, pastas, etc.), and tasteless. Make a piece of PLAIN toast and see how you like it.......the Namaste Waffle/Pancake mixes are the same way. Use good ingredients (real butter; fresh eg… see more We have been gluten free in our house for about 20 years.....believe me we've tasted a lot of gluten free foods that are heavy (breads, pastas, etc.), and tasteless. Make a piece of PLAIN toast and see how you like it.......the Namaste Waffle/Pancake mixes are the same way. Use good ingredients (real butter; fresh eggs, etc), I add some vanilla to my batter, do the same with their muffin mix.
With the muffin mix I add some dried fruit, and when serving, use real butter and some tasty jam or jelly.
For our family I usually make 2-3 boxes of the waffle mix at one time. When the waffles have cooled, I place each waffle in a small plastic sandwich bag, add 6 plastic bags to a larger plastic freezer bag and freeze. We do not thaw, just place 2 waffles in your (gluten free only) toaster and voila......a yummy quick breakfast. Also for morning breakfast, I place the real butter and some jam in a small microwave container, microwave, add some coconut oil to the mix, mix it up and spread on the hot waffle! All of the above is applied if you make pancakes with the mix and the muffin mix.
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We have been gluten free in our house for about 20 years.....believe me we've tasted a lot of gluten free foods that are heavy (breads, pastas, etc.), and tasteless. Make a piece of PLAIN toast and see how you like it.......the Namaste Waffle/Pancake mixes are the same way. Use good ingredients (real butter; fresh eggs, etc), I add some vanilla to my batter, do the same with their muffin mix.
With the muffin mix I add some dried fruit, and when serving, use real butter and some tasty jam or jelly.
For our family I usually make 2-3 boxes of the waffle mix at one time. When the waffles have cooled, I place each waffle in a small plastic sandwich bag, add 6 plastic bags to a larger plastic freezer bag and freeze. We do not thaw, just place 2 waffles in your (gluten free only) toaster and voila......a yummy quick breakfast. Also for morning breakfast, I place the real butter and some jam in a small microwave container, microwave, add some coconut oil to the mix, mix it up and spread on the hot waffle! All of the above is applied if you make pancakes with the mix and the muffin mix.
~Diane

Diane
· May 12, 2016
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Actually, this is the first gluten free pancake mix where the pancakes were not goey. Just follow the recipe.
bovinaMRD
· November 3, 2017