My workplace does not currently have a cafeteria, this means we must all bring our lunches if we are to eat. I could drive to a few fast food places nearby, however; that would take my entire 30 minutes. So bring my lunch is what I do most days. Leftovers are usually the name of the game. Occasionally I take some tuna. A little tuna salad with veggies and veggies as the chips helps me eat more of the good veggies we all need.
One of my favorite bloggers/podcasters Liz Wolfe talks about eating sardines here. They are suppose to be very good for you. I have tried a few times to eat them, the bones kinda creep me out and they smell much worse than tuna. This week I noticed in passing an items on my Facebook page about tuna containing soy. I thought no way. It is tuna, soy has nothing to do with tuna, right? Am I right? NO!!
Check that sh*t out. Smack dab in the center of the label contains fish and soy. Now WTF? why add soy to a perfectly good product?
Over two years ago during an enforced week off from work I found all kinds of blogs that gave me information on the food that we eat and how bad it all is for us. We exist in a world of chemicals. I try to not eat any GMO corn or soy. So how then did I not know that my tuna contained soy? This was one label I figured I did not need to read. What a moron, huh? I suppose this means more Sardines for me. Wonder if I can make them tasty to take to work? I believe this is my project for the next few weeks tasty cooked sardines.
Do you read labels? Does anything on them amaze you?