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kenlove

Member Since 23 Sep 2006
Offline Last Active Today, 09:51 PM
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In Topic: Recall

Yesterday, 04:16 PM

thanks for posting --  got 2 jars of almond butter here


In Topic: Allergies To A Legume Called Lupin: What You Need To Know

15 August 2014 - 10:34 AM

doest bother me although it was  a press release

 

Hey Ken.  I moved you to other intolerances so it wouldn't get lost in all the Publicity posts.  

 

Colleen


In Topic: A1 And Why I Can Not Trust Kraft

14 August 2014 - 08:17 AM

I've also had problems  with A1 and gave it up some time ago. Regardless of old recipes or websites, it made me sick twice.  I also find it hard to believe that spices bought from the lowest bidder in a third world country  are fully analyzed by  large multinational corporations before becoming part of a product like A1. While laws  are in place saying they have to mention these things -- they can only mentioned to the best of their knowledge. I had a lot of food scientist friends at Kraft as well as all the PR folks back when they were just Kraft Foods. They left the company or retired .. I'd be and was ticked at them too.

 

Well a1 is the only change to my diet and I got very contaminated. I've seen a few post on other sites saying that it contains gluten and others saying it doesn't for example http://www.celiacces...-sauce/p94f3c0/. But regardless your mileage may very but I would be very careful. Most companies don't change a 120 year old recipe in a major way without it hitting the news and I can't find any information about a change since 2008 to the recipe. So I'm reporting problems here.


In Topic: How Long After Expiration Can I Use Buckwheat Flour?

11 August 2014 - 04:33 PM

I use older  bW flour all the time.  Great stuff.  Try to get the roasted seeds at a health food store too. They are really good.


In Topic: How Long After Expiration Can I Use Buckwheat Flour?

09 August 2014 - 10:54 PM

should be ok if protected  from mositure. Make sure you cook well whatever you make with it.

I found a opened bag of buckwheat flour that I forgot to put in the freezer and it expired on April 17th of this year. It smells fine so I'm wondering if it's safe to use it?

 

Thanks!