Re: Theos-World Re: sodiummonoglutamat
Nov 22, 2007 02:35 PM
by Cass Silva
It is getting to the point now where I will only eat out if I know they use fresh product. As far as vanilla goes, it is easy to use natural product,just need to split the bean and scrape the contents out. I use tumeric and other spices for colouring. Over 70 percent cocoa in dark chocolate makes it ok to eat with safety. Vegetables stay a nice colour if they are not overcooked, al dente, I couldn't eat a vegetable now unless it is crunchy.
----- Original Message ----
From: christinaleestemaker <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, November 22, 2007 9:14:57 PM
Subject: Theos-World Re: sodiummonoglutamat
There is no way out of that stuff and much more.
I know vanilline is a sweetener in for example chocolate and cookies
too, which give addiction to it.That is why we can eat 100gram of
bonbons in one time.
That is the consumptionsociety.
But there are limits on the use of them.
What to think about dangerous colouring the food???
Gives allergics and ADHL to children.
There is nothing we can eat for health, only if one have a farm or
fruitgarden like I have, than you possibly can eat fruit without
Also in the air is a lot of poison.
So we need to immunimize.
By the way, more than allowed is a good expression, for there are
little restaurants which overhead the rules and use a lot of f.e
Fr Gr Christina
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> --- In theos-talk@yahoogro ups.com, "christinaleestemak er"
> <christinaleestemak er@> wrote:
> > and the chinese poisening the whole world with their food, because
> > of they use a lot of VETSIN= sodiummonoglutamat.
> > In their restaurants they use more than allowed.
> Be careful with other food too, it's now everywhere, not only in
> chinese restaurants. "More than allowed" is not very good
> it is like saying that they add more cyanides than allowed.
> It's a dangerous neuroleptic which damages sight, nerves and brain.
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