Re: The nerve! The sweet tooth!
- From: chris+news@xxxxxxxxxxxxx (Chris Suslowicz)
- Date: Wed, 08 Oct 2008 21:10:21 +0100
In article <slrn4hlmfbjc00000.f1h.als@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
Alexander Schreiber <als@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
TimC <tconnors@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote aboutthe 'cheese' used on industrial-grade pizza:
Do you take any comfort in the fact that it was probably reconstituted
in the first place?
Speaking of which, when I visited ca.us, one of the pizza joints there
advertised a particular one of their pizzas as being made with 'real cheese'.
WTF do they use otherwise? Reconstituted soy protein, water and fat mix
sold as "cheese"?
Do I have to dig out the "San Marco" pizza box again?
From memory, their "Cheese & Tomato Pizza" did not actually contain anycheese whatsoever. There's one left in the freezer (as being too awful
to even consider eating), the 5th of November is less than a month away
and I'm wondering how well it will function as a muzzle cover for a 200mm
ISTR it mentioned "Cheese Analogue" which was modified starch, whey powder
and vegetable oil, and also "Mozarella" (Modified Tapioca Starch, Flavouring)
so it's definitely something to avoid.
Don't underestimate the vikings. They'd have gotten longships
out to the moon if they thought there was something worth
killing, raping, or stealing when they got there. -- Mike Sphar
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