Blossom's Fake Video Exposed by food scientist | How To Cook That Ann Reardon


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Food Scientist reacts to “Is your food fake or real?” video by Blossom and examines their claims. Is their video true or fake? SUBSCRIBE on youtube: …

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24 Comments

  1. This was one of the most involved debunking videos I've ever seen online over food scams. I've been watching your videos casually for years but the level of respect I have for this channel just sky-rocketed. Well done indeed!

  2. Gluing together left-over pieces of meat couldn't be cost- or time-effective. The butchers would have to craft the meat to look convincing. All that, just to create a product they already get straight from the animal. There are so many more uses for the meat scraps, and they make money from those products too. This ignorance about the food we eat has lead to an inane fear about eating animals, or parts of them, that people don't understand. So they think butchers must have to "sneak" scraps into the shape of a cut of meat, as if they wouldn't be able to use or sell them otherwise. No one tell them how sausage is made.. Gasp, we're being conned!

    Also, I love how they used just the word "glue", to mislead people even further to think it's regular glue. I want to believe that no one would be stupid enough to think that. Then again, if you believe companies would risk everything by putting plastic bits into rice, just to make a bit more money (though it would actually be more expensive), and that FDA or anyone else wouldn't notice or interfere, logic is probably not your strong suit.

  3. Thank you soooo much Ann. I’ve learnt so much from your video and have even shared it with my friends who often end up believing these fave videos. Please continue being the super hero you are and saving the internet from baddies like blossom. 😄

  4. "Those are ground up rocks advertised as fortified calcium" – isn't calcium a ROCK???!!! (A mineral)? That's like saying "table salt contains CRUSHED ROCKS!" Like.. yeah I hope it does…

  5. For the record, NaHCO(3) (aka sodium bicarbonate) is BAKING SODA, a base. It needs to be combined with an acid to make baked goods rise. BAKING POWDER combines a base, often baking soda with an acid, e.g. cream of tartar.

  6. So how much do you get paid by processed food manufacturers to spout this bollocks?
    If you are trying to tell us that processed cheese slices are are actually cheese, that they are healthy and they are something worth having in your diet, you're a charlatan, lady.

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