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Impossible Beef

Started by Solars Toy, August 09, 2021, 11:38:25 PM

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Safety concerns raised over Impossible Burger GMO fake meat ingredient...

The Australia/New Zealand food regulator FSANZ has already approved the processing aid - GM soy leghemoglobin (SLH) - that Impossible will add (at 0.8% so it isn't labelled) to make its product look and feel as though it is bleeding, like real meat.

https://gmwatch.org/en/news/latest-news/19861

The submission points out that SLH does not have a history of safe use in food. SLH in its natural state exists in the roots of soybeans and has thus far never been an integral part of the human diet.

In addition, Impossible Foods' SLH is derived from a strain of GM Pichia pastoris yeast. Pichia pastoris does not have a history of safe use in food.


I am hypothyroid and I learned the hard way that you should not eat any soy products if taking medication for this.  The fact that they don't have to list it is disturbing to me.  And they are adding it to make their fake meat look and feel like the real thing.....  Then just eat the real thing.  Toy
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Quote from: Solars Toy on August 09, 2021, 11:38:25 PMSafety concerns raised over Impossible Burger GMO fake meat ingredient...

The Australia/New Zealand food regulator FSANZ has already approved the processing aid - GM soy leghemoglobin (SLH) - that Impossible will add (at 0.8% so it isn't labelled) to make its product look and feel as though it is bleeding, like real meat.

https://gmwatch.org/en/news/latest-news/19861

The submission points out that SLH does not have a history of safe use in food. SLH in its natural state exists in the roots of soybeans and has thus far never been an integral part of the human diet.

In addition, Impossible Foods' SLH is derived from a strain of GM Pichia pastoris yeast. Pichia pastoris does not have a history of safe use in food.


I am hypothyroid and I learned the hard way that you should not eat any soy products if taking medication for this.  The fact that they don't have to list it is disturbing to me.  And they are adding it to make their fake meat look and feel like the real thing.....  Then just eat the real thing.  Toy
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Quote from: Possum on August 10, 2021, 09:14:39 AMThere is a natural way to take different plants and grasses and have them taste like beef, just run'em through a cow.
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Quote from: Solars Toy on August 09, 2021, 11:38:25 PMSafety concerns raised over Impossible Burger GMO fake meat ingredient...

The Australia/New Zealand food regulator FSANZ has already approved the processing aid - GM soy leghemoglobin (SLH) - that Impossible will add (at 0.8% so it isn't labelled) to make its product look and feel as though it is bleeding, like real meat.

https://gmwatch.org/en/news/latest-news/19861

The submission points out that SLH does not have a history of safe use in food. SLH in its natural state exists in the roots of soybeans and has thus far never been an integral part of the human diet.

In addition, Impossible Foods' SLH is derived from a strain of GM Pichia pastoris yeast. Pichia pastoris does not have a history of safe use in food.


I am hypothyroid and I learned the hard way that you should not eat any soy products if taking medication for this.  The fact that they don't have to list it is disturbing to me.  And they are adding it to make their fake meat look and feel like the real thing.....  Then just eat the real thing.  Toy
All I can say is yuck!  I have been told to eat plant based but I can have fish and chicken..I looked into that fake meat gunk... It's not good

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