reply to Dude111
Re: Here's an article about comparable English muffins & their ingredients:
From the article:
All four had a similar mix of recognizable ingredients like flour, water, and yeast alongside things like calcium sulfate, which is considered harmless but has been used to kill rodents. The Trader Joes and Wolfermans muffins, which were noticeably fluffier than the rest, use bleached flour while the others use unbleached. Only the Fred Meyer brand contained high fructose corn syrup. In fact, the Thomas' label proudly proclaims they no longer use HFCSan ingredient with a questionable role in obesity that still strikes me (and Michael Pollan) as environmentally unsound."
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