A solid WTF
Jojosh_the_Pi last edited by
It's probably legal in the US to do this, but please, food companies, don't tell us we're eating "solids" and pretend it's an adequate disclosure of what the ingredients actually are.
Speculation as to what they meant by "solids" is not encouraged, as the contents are already in my body.
R_Flowers last edited by
A few liquids will wash those solids right down.
endergt last edited by
Looks like a miss-placed comma to me. "Corn Syrup Solids" is a fairly common ingredient I believe.
db2 last edited by
And then you'll likely have a few gases to top it off.
merreborn last edited by
When a corn syrup has been concentrated to contain less than 10% water, it can be listed as “corn syrup solids” in an ingredient statement.
RayS last edited by
Don't so much worry about the solids and liquids... start worrying when you start seeing plasmas in your food. Plasma bad.
Guest last edited by
No, plasma is awesome. And tasty!
Belcat last edited by
So it reads: Sesame seeds, sugar, sugar, sugar, cashews, almonds and sunflower seeds.
Hope you're not on a diet.