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Hubby brought home not just one, but TWO bags of Alexia. He found these "in the Organic section," "the only fries in the entire store without soybean oil," he proudly told me.
I taste MSG. Ew. "you don't like the fries?" my husband asked while scooping them onto his plate. "They taste off to me.... let me read the bag." I replied.
These are the hot conversations married people have at the dinner table.
"Autolyzed Yeast Extract! I KNEW I TASTED MSG!!" "That's MSG?" he asked while shoveling fries faster into his belly. "Yes, I'm sorry to tell you, that is MSG."
It's deceptive. There are more than 40 legal names for MSG. Do you know them?
There are over 40 food ingredients besides “monosodium glutamate” that contain processed free glutamic acid (MSG). Each, according to the FDA, must be called by its own, unique, “common or usual name.” “Autolyzed yeast,” “maltodextrin,” “sodium caseinate,” are the common or usual names of some ingredients that contain MSG. Unlike the ingredient called “monosodium glutamate,” they give the consumer no clue that there is MSG in the ingredient.