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Is 'love' an actual ingredient in cooking or baking?

gutreactions | Oct 5, 201706:18 AM     26

According to the Food & Drug Administration, it is not. They actually sent a warning letter to Nashoba Brook Bakery in Concord, Mass. warning them about adding the word 'love' to the labels on their brand of granola. The media, of course, jumped on this.

What do you think? I can be a romantic, but I always thought putting some 'love' into your cooking or baking was sort of a 'unami', a sixth sense that is hard to put your finger on, but it is there...

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