Bible gateway’s verse of the day today is, “then know this, you and all the people of Israel: It is by the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, whom you crucified but whom God raised from the dead, that this man stands before you healed. Salvation is found in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given to mankind by which we must be saved.”
So if there’s “soy lecithin” or “soybean oil” or “soybean shortening” in an ingredient list and also “enzyme(s)” then could the enzyme hydrolyze the lecithin? What about any food that has lecithin in it and the ingredients also list enzymes? We know with cheese and everything if the hydrolysis happens as it’s processed then it’s called “modified,” but what if the two ingredients are just put into the mixture and they interact separately to form the same hydrolyzed lecithin – lysolecithin/ lysoPC? Just asking. I think the permissible enzymes under the “enzymes” list in a government GRAS site need to be compared with my list of dirty enzymes in that post way back there somewhere with “aspergillus niger.” Have to look that up sometime. I just avoid foods with “enzyme” listed as an ingredient anyway. I cannot afford to eat dirty food that’s going to put me in bed paralyzed for the rest of my life.
I have thought about this a good bit and I think “lecithin” is the big bad boy in the food industry – whether it’s soy or sunflower or whatever. Why does chocolate need an emulsifier? I never use emulsifier soy lecithin when baking. Why does every baked good in the health food section have soy lecithin? The hatchet has dropped. Soy lecithin probably is the cause of most sclerosis and pain problems today. I am mad about lecithin being added to many foods that clearly do not need it. I give a shout out to Enjoy Life chocolate chips that do not put it in there. After I ate those and cooked with them, I really began to question why in the world lecithin is added to almost all other chocolate. Those chips are perfect and do not add lecithin. Anyway, mixing enzymes and lecithin is just plain asking for it. Trash your Hostess Twinkies.
Jesus is amazing. He is the reason we are here – to worship him. We praise you Jesus for creating us and giving us real food to eat. Thank you Jesus. Thank you that you are the real bread from heaven who is broken for us who believe that you died on the cross and rose from the dead. We worship you. Hallelujah!