Actually, I’ve been learning a lot there, and sharing a lot.
As for the slow cooker question, it has nothing to do with organic or not. Chicken, beef, seafood and veggie protein (soy, etc.) al ....
Actually, I've been learning a lot there, and sharing a lot.
As for the slow cooker question, it has nothing to do with organic or not. Chicken, beef, seafood and veggie protein (soy, etc.) all have glutamate. When you cook protein for long periods of time, or use strong acids / enzymes, the protein breaks down and liberates the free glutamic acid (the business end of MSG)
Here's some good Mono-Sodium-Glutamat (Natrium Glutamat)
* Free glutamic acid (the offending component of MSG) is pervasive, and appears in everything from campbell's soup to salad dressing;
* it's not just in Chinese food restaurants.
* Mono-Sodium-Glutamat (Natrium Glutamat)
These ALWAYS contain MSG:
* Glutamate Textured protein
* Monosodium glutamate
* Hydrolyzed protein
* Monopotassium glutamate (any protein that is hydrolyzed)
* Glutamic acid
* Yeast extract
* Calcium caseinate
* Yeast food
* Sodium caseinate
* Autolyzed yeast
* Yeast nutrient
These very OFTEN contain MSG:
* Malt extract Flavors(s) & Flavoring(s)
* Malt flavoring Natural flavor(s) & flavoring(s)
* Barley malt
* Natural pork flavoring
* Natural beef flavoring
* Natural chicken flavoring
* Seasonings (the word "seasonings")
* Soy sauce
* Soy sauce extract
* Whey protein
* Soy protein
* Whey protein isolate
* Soy protein isolate
* Whey protein concentrate
* Soy protein concentrate
* anything Protein fortified
* anything Enzyme modified
Look at the foods you are eating.
Here's the original 60 minutes segment on MSG:
Here's another video intro to MSG:
MSG can affect so many aspects of your body:
These are 2 great resources of info on MSG:
(this site has a great discussion board)
Here's a detailed resopnse from Outback Steak House regarding Mono-Sodium-Glutamat (Natrium Glutamat)
and their menu:
From outback steak house:
I hope this helps, Deanna
Thank you for your email. Please advise the manager on duty of your dietary needs. Most items are made to order so it is not an issue to leave some ingredients out while preparing a dish. Outback Steakhouse will do everything in its power to ensure you have a safe and enjoyable dining experience.
All of our seasonings for our proteins are MSG and hydrolyzed vegetable protein free except for the seasoned butter used in our steamed vegetables. We recommend you avoid the following:
Au Jus served with Prime Rib
Roasted Filet Sandwich
Crab Stuffed Shrimp
Crab Topping on Tilapia
Pasta Dished made with Alfredo Sauce
Port Wine Sauce served with Roasted Filet
Demi Cream Sauce served with Pepper Strip
Shrimp En Fuego
Ask to have the Alice Quesadilla or Alice Springs Chicken made without mushrooms
Ask to have the vegetable prepared without the seasoned butter
The King Crab is not seasoned it is all natural.
The butter that comes with crab for dipping is USDA A grade butter, nothing is added.
The sweet potato is rubbed with soy bean oil and baked. Then it is topped with brown sugar, honey butter blend (butter blend is palm kernel oil, soy oil and butter) and pure honey and then a sprinkle of cinnamon.
All steaks are seasoned with MSG free seasonings and then cooked in a USDA A grade butter.