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Sidney
18th February 2012, 21:58
http://www.naturalnews.com/032718_L-cysteine_commercial_bread.html

Maia Gabrial
18th February 2012, 22:35
It may be natural, but I don't want to eat it!

aranuk
18th February 2012, 22:52
In the article it mentioned some Rabbi who objected the hair came from a temple where a religious ceremony was held. I would object that human hair was in the bread period.
Presumably if it had come from a Jewis ceremony it would be ok?


Stan

Lettherebelight
18th February 2012, 23:10
While this is very disturbing news, I appreciate the heads up! Thanks, Starchild :)

Flash
18th February 2012, 23:32
I am happy we have a gluten free diet in my house, we do not eat commercial bread of dough anymore. :eek:

humanalien
18th February 2012, 23:49
Did you ever wonder what those little black specks were
in your bread? They are ground up bugs. The FDA allows
a certain amount to be in your bread.

marique3652
19th February 2012, 00:39
This calls for a big euuuuuuu! In this case ignorance is bliss. I think if we really knew what was in our foods, we not eat nearly as much. I was reading the comments below the article and was shocked to find out that my favorite flavor, rasberry, as in rasberry candies and rasberry flavored beverages are made from extractions from beaver anus.....I will never eat rasberry flavored anything again! Not to keen on the idea of eating commercial bread ever again either. I have a weak stomach.

RunningDeer
19th February 2012, 00:44
http://www.naturalnews.com/032718_L-cysteine_commercial_bread.html
Now, that's just taking green/recycle a tad too far. A "shampoo and a trim" creates a whole new visual.

modwiz
19th February 2012, 00:53
Did you ever wonder what those little black specks were
in your bread? They are ground up bugs. The FDA allows
a certain amount to be in your bread.

I have no problem with bugs. Excellent sources of protein.

My guess, and hope I'm correct, is that organic breads would not contain this. I am thinking it is the commercial slop, soft breads, that are the targets here. An undiscriminating, value conscious buyer is the target. I haven't eaten bread for months, barely touch the stuff anymore, even the really tasty and wholesome organic ones. I like green stuff, veggies, nuts and fruits. Quinoa is the grain I eat. Organic, of course.

RunningDeer
19th February 2012, 00:56
This calls for a big euuuuuuu! In this case ignorance is bliss. I think if we really knew what was in our foods, we not eat nearly as much. I was reading the comments below the article and was shocked to find out that my favorite flavor, rasberry, as in rasberry candies and rasberry flavored beverages are made from extractions from beaver anus.....I will never eat rasberry flavored anything again! Not to keen on the idea of eating commercial bread ever again either. I have a weak stomach.
- I must be slightly twisted because these comment are really entertaining.
- So that's how you spell, "euuuuuuuuu" never saw it written.
- I can't stay to long because here's a blue eye just staring at me. Blinking and staring at me. I think black-ops has caught up with me. Come to alter my brain. But what they don't know is that I've beat them to it. So go away, blue eye before I poke you out...Shoo...ya..go.. Go away!

another bob
19th February 2012, 00:59
The "average person" swallows nearly a dozen spiders while asleep, over the course of their lifetime. Thus have I heard.

:yo:

RunningDeer
19th February 2012, 01:14
Did you ever wonder what those little black specks were
in your bread? They are ground up bugs. The FDA allows
a certain amount to be in your bread.

I have no problem with bugs. Excellent sources of protein.

My guess, and hope I'm correct, is that organic breads would not contain this. I am thinking it is the commercial slop, soft breads, that are the targets here. An undiscriminating, value conscious buyer is the target. I haven't eaten bread for months, barely touch the stuff anymore, even the really tasty and wholesome organic ones. I like green stuff, veggies, nuts and fruits. Quinoa is the grain I eat. Organic, of course.
Well that explains it... I think you should eat some slop, soft bread. So you'll come down from there. Really I am growing increasingly concerned for you.

Cottage Rose
19th February 2012, 01:14
Problem solved:

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RunningDeer
19th February 2012, 01:19
In the article it mentioned some Rabbi who objected the hair came from a temple where a religious ceremony was held. I would object that human hair was in the bread period.
Presumably if it had come from a Jewis ceremony it would be ok?


Stan
Maybe. Is it sacred, blessed hair?

RunningDeer
19th February 2012, 01:22
The "average person" swallows nearly a dozen spiders while asleep, over the course of their lifetime. Thus have I heard.
Now I think you're just making stuff up. And even if you are not, say that you are.

another bob
19th February 2012, 01:32
Problem solved:

Home Bakery SupremeŽ
Breadmaker
BB-CEC20

A fine machine! We use a Breadman Ultimate TR-2200C, and it's done a good job over the years.

http://www.breadmachinedigest.com/reviews/bread-machine-reviews/breadman-ultimate-tr-2200c.php

We also use a Blendtec Kitchen Mill for milling the grains, and keep a hand-crank Victorio s.s. grinder for when the power is out, or when I want a really course grind, like for brown rice cream cereal.

http://www.blendtec.com/products/kitchen_mill?gclid=COHzweTwqK4CFQ8yhwodCzvZSw

http://www.amazon.com/Victorio-VKP1012-Hand-Operated-Grain/dp/B0018P54TS

We also keep a couple of solar ovens on hand, and can actually get a pretty decent crust from them, although I usually will prefer the gas oven unless the power is down.

:yo:

another bob
19th February 2012, 01:36
The "average person" swallows nearly a dozen spiders while asleep, over the course of their lifetime. Thus have I heard.
Now I think you're just making stuff up. And even if you are not, say that you are.

Hehehe . . .

http://insects.about.com/od/insectfolklore/qt/spiders-swallowed-while-asleep.htm

:yo:

Cjay
19th February 2012, 01:40
Do we really need religious leaders to think for us and tell us what to do?

Just as importantly, do we really need so many un-natural ingredients in our food? Reading that story just drives home the point that we need much stronger food labelling laws so we have the opportunity to know what is in processed food.

I have been hearing noises for at least 30 years about better food labelling laws coming sometime soon... but sometime soon never comes. The government is definitely not looking after our health interests and so my advice to everyone is avoid eating anything that comes in a packet. I know this is difficult for some people but seriously, fresh food is the best.

Siberia9
19th February 2012, 01:59
Dont forget aborted fetus material in your soda flavoring "natural flavoring" mmm mmm good. Im always surprised that people dont know this stuff is in their sheeple chow. Frankly, the real elites dont eat ANYTHING from the store for a reason, they know its all poisoned. Dont forget they have private organic farms, because if it comes from a store its probably x-rayed fluoride sprayed GMO poison. I recommend finding a private organic farm and grow what you can yourself, you can join raw diet clubs, they have lists of farmers that work for the club privately. I haven't been inside a grocery store in years. If I cant buy it from my Amish organic farmer then I live without it because I dont trust it.

humanalien
19th February 2012, 02:13
Do we really need religious leaders to think for us and tell us what to do?

Just as importantly, do we really need so many un-natural ingredients in our food? Reading that story just drives home the point that we need much stronger food labelling laws so we have the opportunity to know what is in processed food.

I have been hearing noises for at least 30 years about better food labelling laws coming sometime soon... but sometime soon never comes. The government is definitely not looking after our health interests and so my advice to everyone is avoid eating anything that comes in a packet. I know this is difficult for some people but seriously, fresh food is the best.

The opposite is true now. Gmo food used to be marked as such but people
weren't buying it, so the government had the gmo stuff taken off the label.
Now we don't know what we are eating.

You really can't trust any food bought in a store. If it has been modified,
processed or fortified with needless and unhealthy so called vitamins then
food coloring had been added and or preservatives and flavor enhancers.
None of it is good for any body....

Now were getting raspberry flavor made from beavers ass juices. This is
sickening.

RunningDeer
19th February 2012, 02:23
The "average person" swallows nearly a dozen spiders while asleep, over the course of their lifetime. Thus have I heard.
Now I think you're just making stuff up. And even if you are not, say that you are.

Hehehe . . .

http://insects.about.com/od/insectfolklore/qt/spiders-swallowed-while-asleep.htm

:yo:

First, your response makes me chuckle and a smile that still sits on this face. And I am working really hard not click on that link. I think in this case, ignrance (excuse me for a minute, I've got to use the dictionary) ignorance is bliss.

Sidney
19th February 2012, 05:41
Do we really need religious leaders to think for us and tell us what to do?

Just as importantly, do we really need so many un-natural ingredients in our food? Reading that story just drives home the point that we need much stronger food labelling laws so we have the opportunity to know what is in processed food.

I have been hearing noises for at least 30 years about better food labelling laws coming sometime soon... but sometime soon never comes. The government is definitely not looking after our health interests and so my advice to everyone is avoid eating anything that comes in a packet. I know this is difficult for some people but seriously, fresh food is the best.

The opposite is true now. Gmo food used to be marked as such but people
weren't buying it, so the government had the gmo stuff taken off the label.
Now we don't know what we are eating.

You really can't trust any food bought in a store. If it has been modified,
processed or fortified with needless and unhealthy so called vitamins then
food coloring had been added and or preservatives and flavor enhancers.
None of it is good for any body....

Now were getting raspberry flavor made from beavers ass juices. This is
sickening.

couldnt have said it better!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!

Taurean
19th February 2012, 13:08
I've always wondered who was the first person that it occurred to, to eat an oyster. - but a beaver's ass suggests a form of naivety.

Maia Gabrial
19th February 2012, 16:15
This calls for a big euuuuuuu! In this case ignorance is bliss. I think if we really knew what was in our foods, we not eat nearly as much. I was reading the comments below the article and was shocked to find out that my favorite flavor, rasberry, as in rasberry candies and rasberry flavored beverages are made from extractions from beaver anus.....I will never eat rasberry flavored anything again! Not to keen on the idea of eating commercial bread ever again either. I have a weak stomach.

OMG! Raspberry is my favorite fruit and flavor, too! My heart goes out to all those beavers with no butts....just joking. What don't people eat? Who comes up with all these crappy ideas? Does some food scientist say one day, "Let's see how beaver butt tastes?" Did anybody know that vanilla flavor in ice cream came from turpentine? Add that to the list of gross....

Sidney
19th February 2012, 16:47
Lets not forget what aspratame is made from. E-COLI POOP. not just the bacteria from POOP, but the POOP OF the POOP BACTERIA.

http://www.politics.ie/forum/health-social-affairs/123498-aspartame-fecal-matter-ecoli-bacteria.html

:bad::bad::yuck::yuck::sick:

Centauro
19th February 2012, 16:53
This is such a funny thread, crap from china, from bacteria, and from who knows what else we put in our mouths, ****, I am surprised we are able to reach for enlightenment and awareness at all.