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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 BHT/BHA
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

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