Friday, July 29, 2011


McDonald's' salads are sugar water washed to reduce browning, and there burgers are fructose sprinkled to produce browning, so how do they process those apple slices? Chemicals to be sure, but which ones. It seems to be a nitrogen tight layer of some digestible carbohydrate, applied in a nitrogen atmosphere. they must also have other preservatives as well. 

Preservatives are not good as we humans do not make enzymes to digest them or break them down into harmless chemicals.  Not hurting us much is not the same as being good for us to ingest. 

MacD used to produce reasonable green tea before I gave that up. Now there is nothing that I would eat from MacD's. They no longer produce real food.

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