Food Discussion : Why Didn't Anybody Tell Me!!!!

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  1. Bootzey

    Bootzey Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Ladies and Gentlemen,

    I have a sad announcement. Some of you may have already had this information, but it’s new to me. I am typing this with tearstained cheeks. I just don’t know how I’m going to go on…. But…. There is LARD in Jiffy corn muffin mix!

    Why didn’t anyone tell me???!!!! I thought we were supposed to be family. I have been eating Jiffy my entire life and would defend it’s use like I was the Jiffy spokesperson. I DO NOT eat pork and this means I cannot go back. Is there any other food harboring contraband that I need to be aware of?

    Peace y’all,
    Bootzey

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    Dang it wasn't on the ingredients at all???
     
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    well that makes three of us...I usually dont by jiffy but crusteaze(dont kno about it either) but I was in the market and it was like 55 cent a box i brought two of the muffin mixes and we never cook with lard around here...oh well
     
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    Dat mus be a southern thing. this hadda be the worst kept secret ever. Just get your mix from the heath food area. BTW, they actually at onetime had 2 versions. One with the oink and the other without.
     
  5. Bootzey

    Bootzey Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Say it ain't so......

    Family,

    I heard another disturbing rumor.... I haven't been able to confirm it via google.... But I heard..... That Krispy Kreme donuts have LARD too!

    WHY ME!!!!!


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    Greetings,

    Just to let you know so there won't be anymore surprises, a lot of supermarket bread, pastries, butters, cheese, ice creams, canned goods (beans, soups), soap (Ivory, Coast, Dial), Lotions, medicines, and more contain swine in it. Also fast food too. Here in the west coast there are a lot of Mexican restaurants and Mexicans love to use swine in their cooking (tortilla, soups, tamales, etc). I have also read that swine is used to process white sugar. Oh yea. Next time you think you need your vaccinations. They are also made with animal products (chicken, cow, and let us not forget the famous swine). ALWAYS REMEMBER TO READ THE LABELS AND FOLLOW THE LOGIC. WHEN HAS THE SLAVE MASTER (WHITE AMERICA) EVER GIVEN WHOLESOME FOOD TO THEIR SLAVES (BLACK FOLKS). THE DEVIL THREW THE SWINE TO OUR GRANDMOTHERS (HER PAYMENT) AFTER ZIPPING HIS PANTS UP AND TODAY THEY STILL THROW THE SWINE TO US. NOTE: FOOD MANUFACTURERS ARE NOT REQUIRED BY LAW TO LIST ALL INGREDIENTS OF A PRODUCT SO EVEN WHEN READING THE LABEL SOME THINGS MIGHT NOT BE LISTED. WHAT A SATANIC SOCIETY WE LIVE IN.

    Below is a list of common terms that may contain swine:

    Lard (self explanatory)
    Animal shortening
    Gelatin
    Shortening
    Animal fats
    Hydrolyzed animal protein
    Collagen or Enzymes
    Tallow
    Emulsifiers
    Stabilizers (Mono and Di-glyceride)
    Tween
    Swine pepsin (can't get more obvious than this)
    Calcium stearate
    Magnesium stearate
    Poly-sorbates
    Monosterates
    Fatty acids

    Htpu
     
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    u gotta be kidding me....
    u mean 2 tell me my mexican spot...el coyote....might be using swine cooking my chicken tacos...smh

    this is a very dark day indeed....

    one love
    khasm
     
  8. Bootzey

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    Y'all orange Fanta Has fish in it. That's one of my all time favorites. Makes me wonder if all orange soda has fish. Although it is not listed in the Ingredients on the can, a fish derivative is used to stabilize the Beta-Carotene (E16).

    Oh Lawd! What's next!!!!
     
  9. Bootzey

    Bootzey Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Another sad notification

    Doritos.... Doritos!!!!!

    They have pork in them.... :SuN008: And I love the buffalo wing, blue cheese mixed bag....
     
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    All potato chips are poison. Now you know.
     
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