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From: abra (
Subject:         Re: hydrogenated fats-food labeling
Date: November 11, 2008 at 10:40 am PST

In Reply to: hydrogenated fats-food labeling posted by dayle on November 11, 2008 at 10:00 am:

I agree.
I do know that the state of California has made transfats illegal in restruants.
The way I deal with this issue is to buy only cold-expeller pressed oils and use them sparingly.
With the bread dilema other than putting your husband on shopping restrictions, why not try to prepare some ethnic breads that require no kneading?
Pita Chapati Naan ect...These recipes may be found online and are simple to incorporate into ones meal plan.
Also there is nothing like using "flat breads" as a utensil.
I find it makes the experience of eating much more enjoyable and fun!
Healthier too!
With hybirdized wheat incorporated into commercial agriculture and the cultivars not being pre-sprouted the choices are not healthy when buying bread from the store whole wheat or not...
Another bread that is great is the Essene breads which are sold in most health food parts of grocery stores are a nice way to go...

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