Yep! I agree. That is one of the reasons why I am prown to cook my food compared to eating out. Although cooking was always a part of my role as a parent, it was usually a time factor that caused me to buy processed already made pre-heat packaged food. Big mistake. The ingredients inside these pre-prepared food never sat well with my family i.e. msg, and this salt I can't remember the name of it....but! It used to be an everyday spice until it was banned several years ago. They took it off the market cuz of the many people who got sick. But it was a staple in my kitchen. Since then, as tired as I am sometimes I find myself negotiating in terms of what is better for my health....and I always give in to the fact that it is MUCH better to know what is PUT in food[and especially where the food comes from]....than to be blinded by convenience and time taking the risk of eating something that can potentially put you in the hospital, cause you to have an all-night session with the bathroom or severe health consequences later on. I have found myself picking fruit off of trees in my neighborhood and backyard using them to make my own drinks and as cooking aids. And luckily we are in a nation where we can produce our own food[fruit/vegetables/spices]....sometimes in our own little make shift gardens. I recently went back to my old school ways [full throttle] in the kitchen and to tell you the truth I'm glad I did. But!
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