If you buy baked goods such as breads, pastries, pastas, and deserts look for the U, UD, K or on the package and if it does have any these symbols. The main ingredient used in baked goods that is not Kosher, L - Cysteine which is made from human hair, and is used as a dough conditioner in bakery products. These ingredient derived from human hair is mainly made in Japan and China, which is made from the wheat we ship overseas and then in return it’s processed without FDA regulation or over-site; China/Japan in return sell back to US at a reduced cost. The end result of this…. Americans are eating human hair!
I challenge you to think about this, the next time you go eat pizza with hand tossed dough, thin crust, and bread sticks from Pizza Hut, Domino's, and bread from Subway and Jason’s Deli, be warned the bread dough contains L-Cysteine, and the shredded cheese contains cellulose to prevent caking which is derived from pig gelatin.
Good News! We have found Natures Own Bread 100% whole wheat contains no L-Cysteine, unfortunately for the cost conscious, this bread retails for $2.89, however you can purchase the bread at the local bread outlet store located in
for approximately .89 cents a loaf. Kroger also has prepackaged pastries with the Kosher U symbol, which contains no L-Cysteine and of course our favorite, Costco has a Kosher make your own pizza crust, and animal rennent free cheese. Until next time Chow-Baby! Grand Prairie, TX