Ungredient: You Heard It Here First

My wife talked to me about the Things to make tonight.   She said that she had promised the children since they didn ’ t believe I’d be there for supper which they may make pizzas. Well thanks to Charleston Snow/Icepocolypse 2014 Round two it looks like I will be home for supper.

The spouse was asked by me about the prospect of creating a homemade pizza with a pumpkin crust. Or perhaps another sort of crust that doesn’t utilize “ungredients. ”

“Ungredients? ” I was requested by her. “Did you just make up that word? ” “Ummm, possibly …”

Well I didn’t think I had, however after additional study on the Googlewebz, it might seem that nobody IS with this sentence.

I believe it is.

Let Me set it

Ungredient: [uhn-gree-dee-uh nt]

1. A thing on the listing of ingredients to the food label of food a person WOULD NOT add to the recipe whenever they made it in your home.

2. An unhealthy additional ingredient.

I seemed about the bread tag to find out exactly what I had to earn a loaf in your home. It was filled with ungredients like soy lecithin and azodicarbonamide.

I am not a food nazi per-se, as you know by now. Now that I have lost a significant amount of weight I have a tendency to live by the 80/20 (maybe even nearer to 85/15) rule of ingestion. I have overcome my food addiction and I attempt to eat clean. ”  But the more I know about the food industry (thanks Netflix for all of the fantastic 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.

Help me spread the word around “ungredients. ”  Utilize this as a hashtag in your media platforms. Allow ’s make it a frequent word in our vocabulary. Let’s instruct our kids also to adopt food and to avoid ungredients.

The revolution has already been started.   Join the cause.

“Food” is poison. Food is life giving. Don’t poison yourself. Heal yourself.

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