It is fairly disgusting. Really makes you want to use only raw ingredients from now on.
Phenomenal quote from the article:“If food is adulterated in an unacceptable way, reconditioning won’t fix it,” he said. “You can’t cook the poop out of it.”
It made me think of that farm dinner that was raided, and all the delicious food was thrown into a bin and spoiled with bleach so even the pigs couldn't eat it. How is 'fixing' spoiled food ok, when they spoil good food deliberately.
Well, this is a timely thread. I just opened up a strawberry Chobani yogurt for breakfast. The fruit part had a definite mold taste. Yuck!
Makes you rethink chocolate ice cream.
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