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Old 07-21-2018, 07:17 AM   #31
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It is regulated in Sweden so it safe, yes children under one year of age shouldn't eat too much of it, so some veggies are no go.
I cant grow anything, so being European isnt a safe bet, how ever EU keeps complaining Sweden have to strict rules on food and a lot of other things. And it doesnt matter if you grow stuff your self some veggies are by nature nitrate rich.

Why gluten free on corntortillas, if the mills also wheat, the gluten will contaminate the corn flour and for some that can be really bad. So if the flour comes from a mill that only mills corn it is gluten free, same with oats.
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It is regulated in Sweden so it safe, yes children under one year of age shouldn't eat too much of it, so some veggies are no go.
I cant grow anything, so being European isnt a safe bet, how ever EU keeps complaining Sweden have to strict rules on food and a lot of other things. And it doesnt matter if you grow stuff your self some veggies are by nature nitrate rich.

Why gluten free on corntortillas, if the mills also wheat, the gluten will contaminate the corn flour and for some that can be really bad. So if the flour comes from a mill that only mills corn it is gluten free, same with oats.
All of that is the same here in the United States.
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