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Re: soy products in frozen dinners

Posted by fritz on October 20, 2003, at 19:10:57

In reply to Re: soy products in frozen dinners fritz, posted by Larry Hoover on October 20, 2003, at 13:05:28

> > most frozen dinners have undetermined amounts of soy bean oil, soy protein isolate, and other soy derivatives----I know "soy sauce' and soy condiments are prohibited in maoi diest what about the other by products
> Soy protein isolate is a euphemism for monosodium glutamate....same thing. Hydrolyzed plant protein, anything related to protein that says isolate, even the term "natural flavour(s)" can be a way to hide MSG.
> The problem with soy sauce in particular is that it is a fermented product, and it is microbial action during the fermentation process that produces tyramine. You have to learn how to interpret the ingredient labels. I don't know a better way in North America. In other, perhaps more civilized parts of the world, food additives have been given numerical codes, so one need only avoid particular "numbers".
> Lar
> Lar--thanks for your response, but would you please answer the question as best you can.




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