What’s the difference between a Mormon and a non-Mormon?
The temperature of their caffiene]]>
This part confused me, too: Nevertheless, wheat for man, and corn for the ox, and oats for the horse, and rye for the fowls and for swine, and for all beasts of the field, and barley for all useful animals Does that mean that Mormons aren’t to eat cornbread, oatmeal, or barley soup?
If so, then these potlucks were even more radical than my friends’ contraband Coke bottles suggested.]]>
Food companies are only interested in making money. Period. The thing is, though, that they will sell what people buy. I can’t tell you how many healthy, great tasting, products I have worked on that have failed, simply because the average American isn’t willing to pay 20% extra. That said, I do believe they hold a large measure of responsibility precisely because consumers are ignorant…but maybe that is the governments job. Asking companies to watch out for a bunch of ignoramuses from which they are harvesting cash doesn’t work very well.]]>
It’d be interesting to know more about what you do and get your feelings on the ethics/non-ethics of artificial flavors/sweeteners. And like I said, I think there are conspiring men in those industries, not that the industries themselves are conspiracies. I should probably have explained why I sometimes feel like the artificial flavoring industry smacks of conspiracy, but I didn’t want to derail my post too much. Sometimes I guess I just have a hard time with the idea of a Cheeto, puffed starch with fake flavor with zero nutritional value marketed towards children. It just doesn’t seem right.
Now, that being said, I enjoy Cheetos, beef, and sugar and don’t know how to reconcile my feelings about them and the WoW.]]>
The Fried Food Cattlemen’s Association for Better Government]]>