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7 Food Aliases: Do You Really Know What You're Eating?

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- 3169 days ago -
The names of these foods have been changed - not to protect the innocent, but to sell more fish and fruit. Learn the surprising real identities behind everything from the humble dried plum to the exotic mahi mahi.


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Trish K (93)
Monday November 15, 2010, 10:36 am
I have never eaten Orange Ruffe because after 60 years it just show up in the food chain. Very suspicious and now I know why, who wants to eat something called a slime-head. I learned with in the past few months, on this site, that Canola Oil is a GMO that is actually good for us. It reduces our cholesterol. Canola Oil has a high enough burn level we could also use it in our transmissions. Like I said, I learned here on care2 , that Canola Oil means Canada Oil, is a GMO grown mainly in Canada and NorthAmerica and made from RapeSeed.
No wonder they changed the name. I come here to learn and learn I do.

Carol H (229)
Monday November 15, 2010, 3:42 pm
thanks for this interesting article Daf, noted

Deanna Shoemaker (7)
Monday November 15, 2010, 7:03 pm
How can they recommend two of those fish when they've admitted they're quickly becoming or have become endangered? Sheesh!

Alec Steury (2)
Thursday November 18, 2010, 10:10 pm
Interesting. Thanks.
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