10 More Things You Eat That Are a Lie

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+1 1. thundersnow commented 2 years ago

Didn't know lies were edible.
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+1 2. ughlah commented 2 years ago

Most of it was either wrong or doesn’t apply in germany (probably europe) at all.

For example:
Parmigiano Reggiano from Italy contains zero cellulose. No idea what americans call parmesan, probably some cheaper to be made rip off.

Most of the stuff said about stevia has been debunked as well. Mixing various sweeteners and their properties into one bullet point is pretty misleading.

The other video was far better.
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+1 3. brandx commented 2 years ago

Do people really eat all that rubbish? how would anyone think they are health.