Reading the label doesn’t always provide the clarity you’d expect. Menus aren’t gospel, either. The truth behind food isn’t always as it appears, according to the book Real Food, Fake Food. Whether you’re under the impression your money is buying Kobe beef or legit lobster – buyer beware. A price tag may give you the illusion that your heavy coin is buying quality merchandise but the merchant’s bottom line is what tells the truth. If you’re willing to face the truth, check-out the book. But be forewarned, this may change the way you trust your favorite restaurant. I’m such a foodie, it pains me to have read this news. It more painful to share it but I’m a stickler for truths.
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