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November 26, 2023


Did you look at the long list of chemicals required to make this supposed turkey roast? Kind of scary considering what we know about things being okayed that later are not.

Rain Trueax, there's only one chemical listed in the ingredients, an artificial color. The roast seems pretty darn natural and healthy to me, and I've been a health-minded vegetarian for about 53 years.

Because I can't eat nightshades without getting sick, I read a lot of labels. When the list for this phony turkey says natural flavors, do you know from where it comes. I avoid anything that just says spices because sometimes that is paprika (a nightshade). I don't really know why vegans want something like could be burger lol or this supposed turkey flavored. Why not stick to what fits a vegan diet?

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