Eat 'Healthy' at DFW ?

Dallas-Fort Worth Airport, named #5 in the U.S. for healthy eating choices at airport restaurants by the Physicians' Committee for Healthy Eating, is aiming higher and publicizing the availability of high-fiber cholesterol-free choices. Here's the Star-Telegram's report on a tasting event.

The best part of every trip is realizing that it has upset your expectations

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Serious question. Bread.

In the US a "store bought" loaf of bread has no "Sell By" date.

And it never ages like European Bread. 

We get 7 days on the date tag before bread starts breeding Penicillin and  goes in the trash.

We're not fans of Preservative in food - is that the only difference ? 

Just wondering!

GarryRF, if you leave that bread outside of a plastic bag, it will never grow mold.  It will be hard as a rock, but you don't need to worry about the penicillin.

 

I figure consumption of preservatives is good!  If it keeps the food lasting longer, it should do the same for those of us who eat it, right?  A way to prolong our time on this planet?!  

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"We do not take a trip, a trip takes us".  John Steinbeck, from Travels with Charlie

Years ago a friend worked in a Flour Mill.

There was a big advertising campaign on about "Our New White Unbleached Flour" from Millers.

Sounded much nicer !

The new method of whitening flour was spraying during the milling process with a gas.

Not a bleach but it did melt the metal blades!

I don't trust any food now until I've read the contents !

 

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