My wife was Speaking to me about Everything to make for dinner tonight. She stated that she had promised the children because they didn ’ t think I would be there for supper they might make pizzas. Well thanks to Charleston Snow/Icepocolypse 2014 Round 2 it looks like I will probably be home for supper.
The spouse was inquired by me about the chance of making a homemade pizza with a pumpkin crust. Or maybe another sort of crust that doesn’t utilize “ungredients. ”
“Ungredients? ” I was requested by her. “Can you just make that word up? ” “Ummm
I didn ’ t think I had, however after additional research on the Googlewebz, it might seem that no one IS currently using this term.
I think it is HIGH TIME we begin.
Allow me to define it for you:
Ungredient: [uhn-gree-dee-uh nt]
1. Some thing on the list of ingredients to the food label of packaged or processed foods a person wouldn’t add to the recipe if they made it in the home.
2. An unhealthy added ingredient.
I looked on the bread tag to learn what I needed to make a loaf in your home. It had been full of ungredients like azodicarbonamide and soy lecithin.
As you know by now, I’m not a food nazi per-se. Now I have lost a significant amount of weight I tend to live by the 80/20 (possibly even nearer to 85/15) rule of eating. I have overcome my food dependence and I truly try to “eat fresh. ” However, the more I learn about the food sector (thanks Netflix for each the great and disgusting documentaries) the longer I need to eat more locally grown and sourced foods and limit as much as possible the amount of processed “food” and additives and preservatives.
I want to spread the word. ” Utilize this as a hashtag on your networking platforms that are social. Let’s make it a common term in our vocabulary. Allow ’s instruct our children to avoid ungredients and to embrace food that is true, genuine.
The revolution has already been established. Join the cause.
“Food” is poison. Food is life giving. Don’t poison yourself. Heal your self.