Thoughts on glycated sugars (AGEs) in the (slightly brown) rice cakes? Rice cakes better to avoid for any reason?
I've been toying with the thought of incorporating rice cakes into my diet but every time I look at the food label I am reminded that they are basically just air.
If its not dense in either macronutrients or micronutrients I typically avoid it. Just my rule of thumb.
I'm surprised how sweet brown-rice cakes taste...... Using Lundberg organic, plain, unsalted cakes.... I double-checked the label to make sure there was nothing added.
the high temperatures that puffed grains are exposed to creates toxins. grains need a lot of water and preparation to be digestable
THe one thing that finally got me hooked was not drugs, alcohol or cheap women. It was damn ricecakes... THEY ARE ADDICTIVE!
So is butter and ricecakes cool? Man I just could not imagine it.
tastes great...just like bread & butter... from what I can remember -- haven't eaten wheat-bread in years.
toxins...yeah I think rice cakes are probably less than ideal......but I'm willing to compromise.....
I wouldn't go too crazy on the rice cakes due to their addictive qualities, as we see above. As a treat every once in a while they should be fine, though.
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seeing as we're ignoring the toxicity, they taste great toasted!
I wouldn't go too crazy on the rice cakes due to their addictive qualities, as we see above. As a treat every once in a while they should be fine, though. Jake
I AM NOT AN ADDICT MAN! I just... Like to sit in a small, confined space, surrounded by stacks of rice cakes, eating in total silence...