You may have heard that the “salt-and-pepper biscuit” from the UK is “sad” because it’s filled with salt and pepper, but what’s really sad about it is that the biscuit actually contains just as much salt as a normal slice of bread.
The real sad part is that you can eat the biscut as a snack or, worse, that you’ll actually be better off eating the biscue as a treat rather than as a biscuit.
Here are eight reasons why you should not eat the “salad” as a bite of food.
The salt is not in the salt The salt in the biscuits comes from “a local manufacturer” which is a fact that has already been confirmed in a report published by the British Association of Gastroenterology.
The report, which was commissioned by the biscuity company, noted that “there is no evidence that salt in biscuits is harmful to health.”
In fact, the British Heart Foundation reported that “sodium-free biscuits are widely consumed by millions of Britons” who eat “soups, salads, and sandwiches.”
The report noted that, “salty foods, such as biscuits, are high in salt, and are often used as an additive to foodstuffs.”
The biscuits contain no salt What does salt actually do to a biscut?
According to the American Association of Naturopathic Doctors, salt in biscuit is not “toxic” or “inherently toxic,” and “no harmful effects have been documented.”
So what’s the problem with the salt?
According a 2012 study, the salt content of salt-based biscuits varies between “five and 10 percent.”
According to this study, salt-containing biscuits “generally contain about 10 to 20 mg sodium per 100 grams,” and the average salt content in a salt-filled biscuit varies from 20 to 40 mg.
In a study published in 2009, scientists found that the average amount of sodium in a standard salt-free biscuit “is about 2 mg/100 grams.”
The salts aren’t natural, and the ingredients aren’t sourced from natural sources The salt and preservatives in “sage biscuits” are from natural ingredients, according to the British Board of Nutrition, which noted that “[a]s far as we know, the ingredients in the product are not derived from natural foods.”
So the salt in “salads” and “chips” comes from plants and animal products, and “sugarcane oil is the only natural component.”
In addition, “natural preservatives and salts can contain trace amounts of other substances, such inorganic minerals, metals, and phytates.”
According the British Academy of Medical Science, “Soybeans are a good source of polyphenols,” but the British Food Standards Agency has found that “polyphenols are generally present in trace amounts in food.”
So, there you have it.
“Sage biscuits,” in other words, are nothing more than a cheap imitation of a natural food product that contains more sodium than a normal biscuit slice.
They contain no sugar or fat The biscuits don’t contain sugar or any other processed sweeteners, so what is the problem?
According the BNP, “it is not possible to recommend that consumers avoid using biscuits containing any of these ingredients, but there is no reason why they should not be consumed as a regular snack or a treat.”
The BNP has also warned that there is “little scientific evidence” to suggest that “biscuits containing sugar and other sweeteners are harmful to consumers.”
So you should at least consider giving these salty snacks a try.
The biscuit has no nutritional value “Seedless” bakers use a unique recipe to create the salt- and sugar-free versions of their “sunny” or sweet biscuit that is packed with “fresh” seeds.
This unique recipe is used to produce the “sweet” versions of “sugar-free” biscuits, which contain no actual sugar.
According to Reuters, the recipe “is intended to provide a balanced and nutritious alternative to sugar-sweetened biscuits.”
They don’t taste good There are many other factors to consider when deciding whether or not to eat a salt biscuit: They may contain “slightly salty” or other ingredients that may make them taste “tastier” than the other ingredients.
If the salt is too salty, you’ll feel “cheesy,” which can actually be a good thing.
If you’re allergic to salt, you may be able to enjoy the salt as part of a sweet treat or snack.
And if you’re worried about food allergies, you should avoid salt biscuits because they may contain a gluten or soy-based protein.
They’re filled with processed food ingredients “Sides of the salt biscuits are made from wheat flour, barley flour, sugar and salt,” and they’re usually made with “pancake batter