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    Opinions on Hot Bologna

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    It's wonderful living in Eastern Pennsylvania and being of PA Dutch Heritage. Never really noticed all the good things in Miller's Hot Bologna... Pork Cheeks, Beef Hearts, Pork Hearts, Pork Tongue.

    I always thought it was just an accompaniment to copious quantities of beer.

    Now the bad part...

    Hydrolyzed Soy and Wheat Gluten. I am assuming this is a binder for the bologna.

    I am thinking the good (offal) outweighs the bad (gluten) What do you think? Not planning on eating the whole jar in one sitting, but one piece a day should not kill me.

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    I would not eat those daily. For one thing, they contain MSG - not good. Gluten and soy protein - not good. Not to mention quite a few other chemical ingredients.

    Find yourself a nice quality liverwurst or some other sausage with just the meat and some spices.
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    Personally, all the MSG, nitrates, and nitrites would make this a no-go for me. As a snack now and then I bet it won't hurt you, but I wouldn't consider it a beneficial food.
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    "CONTAINS: SOY, WHEAT"

    Is enough to make me steer clear of that. But honesty having it every now and then isn't a problem at all. That falls under the 80/20 rule IMO.
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    I guess I will tread lightly. Won't buy another jar but will enjoy this one for a few months.
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    Sounds really tasty, but the MSG and nitrates are a no-go for me. I'm having a similar conundrum with livermush (kinda like a southern version of scrapple), I love it but it has corn meal and a small amount of wheat flour as binders. I considered making my own, but have no idea if I can find anything that would recreate the texture that the cornmeal provides. Maybe almond meal... I am not a fan of liver by itself (well, except for fried chicken livers at KFC, and that involves breading and rancid oils) but I crave it when I'm anemic.

    Someone suggested liverwurst, but all I see around here is Oscar Mayer, and I'm sure that probably has weird stuff in it.

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