We are back with Did you know series, this time its Amazinag Food Fact Series. I hope that you will enjoy this one as same the previous Healthy Food Facts Series.Lets start with this series 🙂
Many shredded cheeses and cereals contain cellulose (wood pulp).
Per Eater, cellulose, which is essentially sawdust, is often used in various shredded cheese products and cereals to prevent them from clumping.
Green, yellow, and red bell peppers are not actually the same vegetable.
Some green peppers are unripe red peppers, green, yellow, orange, and red peppers are all unique plants with their own seeds.
Ketchup was once believed to have medicinal qualities that could cure, among other ailments, diarrhea.
In the early 1800s, tomatoes were believed to have medicinal qualities. Per Fast Company, a doctor in Ohio in the 1830s claimed that tomatoes could treat diarrhea and indigestion, publishing recipes for a kind of tomato ketchup that he soon turned into a concentrated pill.
Some foods, like ranch dressing or coffee creamer, can contain titanium dioxide, which can also be found in paint, plastic, and sunscreen.
Titanium dioxide is a food additive that can be found in a variety of foodstuffs, like ranch dressing, coffee creamer, icing, and powdered sugar. It is often used to make whites appear whiter. However, for this same reason, it can also be found in items like paint, sunscreen, and laundry detergent.
While the FDA considers it safe, research has linked the chemical to inflammatory bowel diseases, and the International Agency for Research on Cancer classified it as “possibly carcinogen to humans.”
In April 2019 France said it would ban titanium dioxide starting in 2020.
A typical ear of corn has an even number of rows.
Ears of corn generally have an even number of rows, which is usually 16.