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No Elephants Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Dec-06-12 12:46 AM
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5. "Long shelf life" often translates to many carcinogenic ingredients.
Edited on Thu Dec-06-12 12:57 AM by No Elephants
I fear the only baked goods that have fewer are the ones you make at home and MAYBE the ones you buy at your local bakery, but even the local bakery is probably using some nasty ingredients, too.

Baking at home, you have to check the list of ingredients on every ingredient you use. And you should use whole wheat flour or at least unbleached, unbromated flour.


I check the ingredients on everything I buy, but, even then, you have to know things like, for example, rice contains arsenic.

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