Reading the food labels seems pretty pointless half the time- sure you read the calories and how good/bad it is for you, but how often do you actually read they ingredients? And when you do, how often do you actually understand what you just read? Here are some things you should be aware of in some pretty popular foods, and it might change your grocery shopping routine.
Duck feathers and human hair, anyone? These produce the L-Cysteine found in processed bread that makes the dough softer. Here’s a bread recipe. You’re welcome.