Sweet Baby Ray’s Buffalo Wing Sauce

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  • #105094
    Sith
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    This just came out and isn’t even on the company’s website yet. However, I have long been a SBR’s fan and had to see if I could use this sauce.

    It looks ok to me, but I’d love the opinion of someone more experienced. Here’s the stats:

    Serving size: 1 Tbsp

    Calories: 15 (Fat Cal 15)

    Total Fat: 1.5g (0 saturated, 0 trans)

    Cholesterol: 0

    Sodium: 490mg

    Total Carbs: 1g (0 Fiber, 0 Sugar)

    Protein: 0

    main ingredients: cayenne pepper, distilled vinegar, partially hydrogenated soybean oil, salt, soy lecithin, TBHQ, citric acid, dried garlic, artificial colors/flavors

    < 2% ingrediants: soybean/canola oil, paprika, xanthan gum, propylene glycol alginate

    #107604
    imported_Admin
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    #107605
    Sith
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    Hm, but it says Trans Fat – 0 on the label.

    #107606
    imported_Admin
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    Do a google search for “partially hydrogenated soybean oil” it is defiantly a trans fat , just some fda semantics read below.

    n July 11, 2003, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a regulation[46] requiring manufacturers to list trans fat on the Nutrition Facts panel of foods and some dietary supplements.[47] The new labeling rule allowed for immediate voluntary compliance with mandatory compliance by January 1, 2006 (although companies may petition for an extension to January 1, 2008). The regulation allows trans fat levels of less than 0.5 grams per serving to be labeled as 0 grams per serving.

    “The regulation allows trans fat levels of less than 0.5 grams per serving to be labeled as 0 grams per serving.”

    But if it makes you happy and is only once in a while maybe go for it, we all have our things.

    You could also make your own with only good stuff!

    #107607
    Sith
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    Do you think this is better nutrition wise?

    #107608
    imported_Admin
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    Yeah, I think you are better off without the trans fats.

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