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Great post, people should be reminded of this so they could prevent these mistakes.
I’ll pick on two of these; 1 and 7.
As for number 1, this person might still be able to eat that wheat. He can sprout them, or soak them and eat them as wheat berries.
Number 7; this is a bit of a issue with me. Specifically, there was a lengthy discussion on a forum wherein Mountain House and Wise Foods were compared for their moisture content, and how that drastically affects shelf life. Wise was found to have a large moisture content per a third party lab. I watched the resulting fracas, and was entirely underwhelmed with Wise’s defense. They never made a case in their favor – just attacks and insinuations. I lost all respect for them. The simplest answer to the challenge would have been to publish their own in-house test results. But they never did.
LP, I hadn’t heard that about the difference between the two. Have they shown that the shelf life was shorter as a result?
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Three new #Mountain House flavors just released. Which one should the boys and I do the first taste test on?
Just received my sweet shirt from the Stag Arms giveaway! Love the design. Thanks #Stag Arms!
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