Skip to main content

Fall Baking

By November 12, 2020No Comments

?Fall baking?
The ingredients used when baking (and in processed foods)when you were a child, may not necessarily be the same ingredients used today.

I kept the pictures the same from “before” and “after” to make a point. Many times the packaging stayed the same, but the ingredients did not. Here’s when some changed:

1983- aspartame was allowed in carbonated drinks
1988- fda approves ace-k
1993- fda approves rBST and rBGH growth hormones for cows
1996- gmo corn approved
1996- aspartame approved use for all food
1998- gmo canola approved
1998- gmo soy approved
1998- sucralose approved by fda
2000- the label organic created
2007- gmo sugar beets approved

What was actually in our food was becoming confusing so in 2000 we created the word organic to tell us that the processed food had:

No artificial dyes
No artificial sweeteners (sucralose, aspartame, ace-k,etc)
No artificial preservatives
No artificial flavorings
No high fructose corn syrup
No partially or hydrogenated oil
No gmos
No glyphosate sprayed on the crops
No added hormones
No antibiotics
Animal feed 100% organic and not with glyphosate by-products
No ionizing radiation

Leave a Reply