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Kashi GO Peanut Butter Crunch Cereal - Vegan | Non-GMO | 13.2 Oz Box $2.54 FS w/ S&S

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Thanks! I canceled the previous order since my s&s was still modifiable, and ordered with the extra discount! I passed two orders and had the discount for both Wink
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Kashi tastes good but they do preserve their foods with chemicals
I went ahead and looked at the ingredients. They preserve this particular cereal with rosemary extract.


Soy flakes, peanut butter (peanuts), brown rice syrup, whole grain oats, puffed whole grain blend (hard red wheat**, brown rice, barley, rye), cane sugar, expeller pressed canola oil, acacia gum, molasses, sea salt, peanut oil, rosemary extract for freshness.**Certified Transitional
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I went ahead and looked at the ingredients. They preserve this particular cereal with rosemary extract.


Soy flakes, peanut butter (peanuts), brown rice syrup, whole grain oats, puffed whole grain blend (hard red wheat**, brown rice, barley, rye), cane sugar, expeller pressed canola oil, acacia gum, molasses, sea salt, peanut oil, rosemary extract for freshness.**Certified Transitional
Thanks for pulling that. I knew it was these things I can't pronounce. Who knows what's in them.
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I went ahead and looked at the ingredients. They preserve this particular cereal with rosemary extract.


Soy flakes, peanut butter (peanuts), brown rice syrup, whole grain oats, puffed whole grain blend (hard red wheat**, brown rice, barley, rye), cane sugar, expeller pressed canola oil, acacia gum, molasses, sea salt, peanut oil, rosemary extract for freshness.**Certified Transitional
I wonder what would happen if all ingredients were listed by chemical composition rather than broad names. For example, rosemary extract is composed of carnosol (C20H28O4), carnosic acid (C20H28O4), 1,8-cineol (eucalyptol), camphor, borneol, verbenone, bornyl acetate, and other chemicals. Would it help or hurt understanding that everything we eat are chemicals? That's a rhetorical question.

This, by the way, is a decent deal on a good cereal.
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This is exactly what I'm talking about. They quietly feed us ACID in our "healthy" cereal. This is why so many health problems today!!!
You're worried about eating acid? LOL, better stay away from tomatoes, peaches, oranges, apples, blueberries, eggs, fish or meat, etc. etc.
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You're worried about eating acid? LOL, better stay away from tomatoes, peaches, oranges, apples, blueberries, eggs, fish or meat, etc. etc.
Those are whole organic foods. I'm also concerned about camphor, acetate, etc. People use acetate to clean their science labs.
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I think you mean acetone, not acetate, but I could be mistaken.
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What makes you think that anything you buy this days (including produce) doesn't contain anything hazardous to our health, laugh out loud
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Those are whole organic foods. I'm also concerned about camphor, acetate, etc. People use acetate to clean their science labs.
People also use water to clean their science labs
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I think you mean acetone, not acetate, but I could be mistaken.
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Ordered it, arrived the other day & I'n not a real big fan of the taste. Peanut-butter seems candy-like, and the puffed(?) wheat-whatever look & taste like rice-cake clumps.
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