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(Some Guy)   Oh, yes, Hain Celestial Split Pea Soup. Full of country goodness, and milky peaness   (just-food.com) divider line 48
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2009-12-14 08:57:41 PM
One has to wonder exactly what a "milk product" is. I thought milk was a product.
 
2009-12-14 09:05:17 PM
Get me a jury and show me how you can say "In July", and I'll go down on you.
 
2009-12-14 09:42:59 PM
*golf clap* +1

/whatever, dick jokes are funny
 
2009-12-14 11:03:46 PM
I've seen a box of milk chocolates recalled because the milk in it was not declared as an allergen.

And the original "green peaness" was better than subby's stretch
 
2009-12-14 11:11:26 PM
Winktologist: *golf clap* +1

/whatever, dick jokes are The Critic was funny
 
2009-12-14 11:12:00 PM
Mmmm....peaness.
 
2009-12-14 11:12:06 PM
SwiftFox: I've seen a box of milk chocolates recalled because the milk in it was not declared as an allergen.

And the original "green peaness" was better than subby's stretch


Fark you, subby's was awesome.

/not subby
//enjoys milky pea-ness flavor
 
2009-12-14 11:12:12 PM
Oh that's terrible. I quit.

/Just a few for the road.
 
2009-12-14 11:18:56 PM
 
2009-12-14 11:19:28 PM
i41.tinypic.com

wholesome goodness.
 
2009-12-14 11:19:37 PM
 
2009-12-14 11:20:17 PM
+1. I chortled.
 
2009-12-14 11:21:04 PM
Link (pops)
/peaness I like it alot
 
2009-12-14 11:22:21 PM
Why didn't you just say, "country goodness and split pea-ness", subby?
 
2009-12-14 11:22:48 PM
ArizonaBay: The peaness, it is nice.

Damn you, Oh well my link was better.
 
2009-12-14 11:24:08 PM
Fark you, subby. Now I can't stop giggling...
 
2009-12-14 11:28:43 PM
+1 to subby for the Critic reference.
 
2009-12-14 11:30:04 PM
 
2009-12-14 11:34:15 PM
This is the time of year we usually read about Egg Nog being recalled because the label will fail to mention eggs are an allergen or something lame like that.

I have a package of marbles on my desk in front of me, and yep... There is a warning label informing the consumer that the package of marbles does indeed contain marbles.
 
2009-12-14 11:36:41 PM
They Visualized Whirled Peas....but not what they were whirled with.
 
2009-12-14 11:49:13 PM
Better than that Infernal Split Pea Soup that weird girl down the street seemed to like.
 
2009-12-14 11:51:17 PM
What Fark. You guys are hiarious//??//
 
2009-12-14 11:53:48 PM
James F. Campbell: Why didn't you just say, "country goodness and split pea-ness", subby?

Because it wouldn't have fit the article as well, I imagine.
 
2009-12-14 11:59:13 PM
So what exactly is this culpable "milk ingredient"? Lactose? Casein? Immunoglobin E? I actually want to know.
 
2009-12-15 12:04:10 AM
I'm putting Culpable Milk Ingredient into the possible fark and/or band names hat.
 
2009-12-15 12:12:53 AM
images.mefeedia.com
 
2009-12-15 12:30:53 AM
We need a Fark allergy group...
 
2009-12-15 12:30:55 AM
peaness!
 
2009-12-15 12:31:02 AM
Approves
farm5.static.flickr.com
 
2009-12-15 12:32:11 AM
On a somewhat related note, googling for "Critic Peaness" found this gem:

Link (new window)

/and 1000 things that cannot be unseen
 
2009-12-15 12:38:56 AM
Did anyone else fail to get the joke immediately due to the instant disbelief that Hain Celestial could make anything full of "country goodness?" Or ordinary goodness? Or marginal edibility?
 
2009-12-15 12:40:14 AM
What's this about Celestials?

www.hbo.com
 
2009-12-15 12:40:20 AM
So, first they screw around with human genes on a vast scale, then they try to poison our pea soup? Shame on Hain.
 
2009-12-15 12:46:56 AM
FTA: "Health Valley "No Salt Added" Split Pea Soup. The product may contain a milk ingredient, which poses a risk as an undeclared allergen."

I wonder why they don't mention what the "milk ingredient" is? Google turns nothing.

I bet it is "sodium caseinate". That way you can have that rich sodium flavor that doesn't come from NaCl in a "No Salt Added" soup.

Also they wouldn't want to mention caseinate because because of various controversies mentioned in Wiki such as "it aggravates the symptoms of autism".
 
2009-12-15 01:18:32 AM
Fooshards

A rich, full-bodied wine sensibly priced at a dollar a jug.
 
2009-12-15 01:32:20 AM
It may contain milk.

So if you're allergic to milk, you shouldn't eat it. Even if it doesn't say that the milk that is in it might be an allergen? So, wait, I'm confused.

If it contains an ingredient that might be an allergen, but the label doesn't SAY it's an allergen; then if you're allergic to the ingredient, and you read the label and see that ingredient knowing you're allergic to it, but it's not listed on the label as an allergen; and then you eat it and have an allergic reaction: Are they saying that the COMPANY is on the hook for your reaction (for not putting the "may be an allergen" on the label) and not you for eating it anyway (knowing you were allergic but eating it because it didn't say "may be an allergen")??

I just got done with my CivPro final, have patience with me.
 
2009-12-15 01:50:10 AM
I saw what you did there, Subby.

//Read it out loud, then laughed out loud.
 
2009-12-15 01:53:50 AM
Gyrfalcon: ...you read the label and see that ingredient knowing you're allergic to it, but it's not listed on the label as an allergen...

I thing the problem is that the sodium caseinate or whatever was not listed in the ingredients.
filtered water, organic green split peas, organic carrots, organic celery, organic peas, organic onions, organic evaporated cane juice, organic potato flakes, concentrated lemon juice, white pepper, bay leaves, organic basil, organic sage, oregano, cloves.


...
 
2009-12-15 02:03:37 AM
What in the whirled was that all about?
 
2009-12-15 02:23:34 AM
Gyrfalcon: I just got done with my CivPro final, have patience with me.

Yeah, that's a particularly brutal one. You get through it though -- good luck on the rest of them

/2L
//grumble grumble
///back to studying Remedies
 
2009-12-15 02:25:01 AM
That wasn't a testimonial. It was a declaration of love! Oh yes! They're even better raw!
 
2009-12-15 02:30:01 AM
"Wait... that's terrible."
 
2009-12-15 02:32:27 AM
HairBolus: Gyrfalcon: ...you read the label and see that ingredient knowing you're allergic to it, but it's not listed on the label as an allergen...

I thing the problem is that the sodium caseinate or whatever was not listed in the ingredients.
filtered water, organic green split peas, organic carrots, organic celery, organic peas, organic onions, organic evaporated cane juice, organic potato flakes, concentrated lemon juice, white pepper, bay leaves, organic basil, organic sage, oregano, cloves.


...


Well claiming it was "organic" in the first place set them up for failure since only dolts buy into it.
 
2009-12-15 02:46:56 AM
Habitant ftw.
 
2009-12-15 03:27:31 AM
Obama's Subtle Coup: wholesome goodness.

now that is funny
 
2009-12-15 08:52:15 AM
Gyrfalcon: It may contain milk.

So if you're allergic to milk, you shouldn't eat it. Even if it doesn't say that the milk that is in it might be an allergen? So, wait, I'm confused.

If it contains an ingredient that might be an allergen, but the label doesn't SAY it's an allergen; then if you're allergic to the ingredient, and you read the label and see that ingredient knowing you're allergic to it, but it's not listed on the label as an allergen; and then you eat it and have an allergic reaction: Are they saying that the COMPANY is on the hook for your reaction (for not putting the "may be an allergen" on the label) and not you for eating it anyway (knowing you were allergic but eating it because it didn't say "may be an allergen")??

I just got done with my CivPro final, have patience with me.


I know it's late, but to answer your question... the problem here is that the ingredients list (new window) doesn't actually show anything that obviously contains milk in it (according to another website they left out the fact that it contains butter (new window)). They don't have to explicitly say it's an allergen, but they do have to list it clearly.
 
2009-12-15 09:01:21 AM
AldoRaine: One has to wonder exactly what a "milk product" is. I thought milk was a product.

It could be whey or casein, milk proteins that are often extracted and used as food additives. Many people who are allergic to milk protein would have a big problem with the tiniest bit of those, but can eat butter with wild abandon, such as my youngest daughter.

But I actually came here to say that I like my peaness with bacon and garlic.
 
2009-12-15 09:11:39 AM
Milky Peaness? Get that checked out by a doctor.
 
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