|Posted on Wednesday, February 07, 2001 - 11:35 am: || |
Received your book. Haven't read it in its entirety but working on it. In cleaning out my refrigerator should I throw away my health store brand of pancake mix with corn flour and my box of corn meal mix?
|Posted on Thursday, February 08, 2001 - 11:00 am: || |
It all depends what other substances are in the products???
|Posted on Thursday, February 08, 2001 - 12:22 pm: || |
In pancake mixes, I'd watch out for ingredients such as whey protein concentrate and flavors, as appears in this sample brand (web site below):
"Pancake Mix, (Complete)
Wheat flour (enriched), yellow corn flour, sugar, partially hydrogenated soy and/or canola shortening, dextrose, dairy solids (whey, whey protein concentrate and buttermilk), egg powder (white and yolk), salt, natural and artificial flavors, leavening (sodium bicarbonate, sodium aluminum phosphate), mono & diglycerides."
|Posted on Monday, July 09, 2001 - 3:21 pm: || |
watch out for calcium or sodium casienate in pancake mix. We reacted to Pioneer brand pancake mix, which contained one of those. So far, we have been able to eat the Krusteaz brand of pancake mix pretty successfully, but you can also make your own!
I haven't been able to find any acceptable buttermilk though.
|Posted on Sunday, August 19, 2001 - 8:36 am: || |
Is this ingredient above bad?
|Posted on Sunday, August 19, 2001 - 5:00 pm: || |
Sodium or calcium caseinate is hydrolyzed milk protein, and it contains free glutamate...MSG.