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    EWWWWWWWWW YUCKO!!!!!

    A co-worker told me today that he read that L-Lysine ( amnio acid ) is used for bakery products. It helps in the dough rising and adds amino acid to bread for example. What is the cheapest source many companies use for L-Lysine????? This is disgusting because it is the cheapest source in China!!!! They get L-Lysine by using human hair and usually from cadavers!!!! YUCKO!!!!

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    more plausable:
    A common occurrence in the mountains of Wyoming, the Western Jackalope is a solitary creature fearful of humans. Being one of the rarest species in the world many dispute their existance. However, legends tell stories of jackolopes having the ability to imitate the human voice. They repeat the songs and stories of cowboys guiding their herds, like phantom echos coming from nearby hillsides. And some believe that the milk of a jackolope can treat many ailments. Jackolopes are shy and clever, choosing to remain mysterous in the minds of humans.
    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]

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    Quote Originally Posted by excelscior
    A co-worker told me today that he read that L-Lysine ( amnio acid ) is used for bakery products. It helps in the dough rising and adds amino acid to bread for example. What is the cheapest source many companies use for L-Lysine????? This is disgusting because it is the cheapest source in China!!!! They get L-Lysine by using human hair and usually from cadavers!!!! YUCKO!!!!
    You have a over active "Drama Queen Gene" my friend ........ Go take the dawg fer a walk huh


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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoreguy


    more plausable:

    The barber in my home town had a jackalope mounted and hung on the wall of his shop.

    Clever taxidermy.

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    Jackalopes are good eatin

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    And with about three seconds of effort, one can find info like:

    Dietary Sources
    Good sources of lysine are foods rich in protein including meat (specifically red meat, pork, and poultry), cheese (particularly parmesan), certain fish (such as cod and sardines), nuts, eggs, soybeans (particularly tofu, isolated soy protein, and defatted soybean flour), spirulina, and fenugreek seed
    http://www.umm.edu/altmed/articles/lysine-000312.htm
    "Vegetarians live up to nine years longer than the rest of us...Nine horrible, worthless, baconless years."

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    Quote Originally Posted by excelscior
    A co-worker told me today that he read that L-Lysine ( amnio acid ) is used for bakery products. It helps in the dough rising and adds amino acid to bread for example. What is the cheapest source many companies use for L-Lysine????? This is disgusting because it is the cheapest source in China!!!! They get L-Lysine by using human hair and usually from cadavers!!!! YUCKO!!!!
    Feelin' a lil silly now ? ............


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    I'd like to feel a little silly, but I'd get arrested

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    Troo


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    Quote Originally Posted by leprechaun_40
    I'd like to feel a little silly, but I'd get arrested

    you know a girl named silly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mireland
    you know a girl named silly?
    Mighta been a Boy ................ Prolly of the "Rent" variety ......... Ask Hero bout that kind O' fing


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    Quote Originally Posted by mireland
    you know a girl named silly?
    I've gotten some that are silly

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    Silly...who me? This is Sysopt......silly is what this forum is all about. I'll will find that thread and put it here when I see it again. Till then......no biggy....I just don't like hair in my baked goods. I am looking close at the ingredient label now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by excelscior
    Silly...who me?
    YEAH J00!



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    Quote Originally Posted by j.m@talk
    Mighta been a Boy ................ Prolly of the "Rent" variety ......... Ask Hero bout that kind O' fing
    This from Gary Glitters No1 fan boy.............. You are......... such a wag JM.
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