article = none , personal opinion.
Normally , I can eat a whole loaf of store bought bread in a day (with peanut butter or jam or whatever was on sale ) . And I'm still hungry ,and I will wolf down potatoe chips or whatever .
But now , with the bread making machine , two huge slices did me for the whole day.
Weird ... or is it?
There have been news articles of corperations doing research to make their food stuff more attractive , not just labelling but changing the ingredients (typically adding more sugar ) . Taste , texture , amount of lard or other ingredients ... all in search of making you almost addicted to their product , like it was a drug. I already know they're doing it to potatoe chips and I try to avoid the stuff , but I hadn't expected them to be doing it
They're messing with the ingredients of store bought bread to make you eat it like a starving wolf ?
I'm sitting here trying to lose weight , going on long walks , the works, and these bozo's are sabataging everything I eat and making me gain weight just for a fast buck?
Yeah , I'm a little ticked at them.
I should have guessed when a plate of rice fills me right up but store bought meals (McDonalds) I'm hungry an hour later. The grocery stores are literally a battle ground, as several news articles have reported, with competing brands trying any dirty trick , and we are the casualties.
Am I going to have to home make everything from now on? Do they have machines for that ? Because I'm a computer techie, not a cook. Put the ingredients in the machine and press start is pretty much all the effort I want to spend on this kind of thing.
Wonder if there's a machine for making soda pop, I drink a lot of the stuff.
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