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    pretease in crackers??

    I was just reading the ingredients in these Safeway whole wheat crackers and one of the last ingredients is protease - one of the enzymes that breaks down protein into amino acids in out gut, but why would a company put that in their crackers??? Just wondering if anyone had a clue. I usually eat these with my tuna fish instead of bread.
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    http://books.google.com/books?id=W4o...l=en#PPA247,M1

    "APPLICATION OF FERMENTED FLOUR TO OPTIMISE[sic] PRODUCTION OF PREMIUM CRACKERS AND BREAD"

    Yep.
    21, Male, 5' 10", Cutting
    Starting weight: 228lbs. Currently (05/01/08): 168.2lbs (59.8 lost)
    Alright! I'm done cutting for now. It's been a long ride, I went from obese to average. Now to put some muscle on, then cut again down the road.

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    That's sweet! How do you find this stuff? Thanks for the reply...now I know.
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