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The ingredients listed on the packaging are: unbleached enriched flour, sugar, palm and/or canola oil, cocoa, high fructose corn syrup, leavening, corn starch, salt, soy lecithin, vanillin, and unsweetened chocolate.
However, the price of the golden almond has led to the watering down of milks, with manufacturers relying instead on thickening agents like carrageenan and emulsifiers like lecithin.
More significant than the Diggers, perhaps, was a tiny vitamin-and-lecithin store that Fred Rohé took over in the Inner Sunset in 1965.
The reason the drops mix so seamlessly into any formula (and then onto your skin) is because the pigments are coated with lecithin, which is biochemically similar to the skin.
The grocery store just recalled 3,448 pounds of its Trader Joe's Chicken Breakfast Sausage after getting word from their supplier, DiLuigi Foods, that the product contains soy lecithin.
Soy, including soy sauce, miso, tofu, tempeh, edamame, and additives like soy lecithin.
Nearly all these chocolates contain milk, sugar, cocoa, vanilla and lecithin.
Fruit juice is mixed with soy and whey protein, but soy lecithin pulled this lower on the nutritional scale.
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First Known Use: 1861See Words from the same year
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