Mozzarella Cheese contains citric acid

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  1. Heffa

    Heffa Full Member

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    Yes it does, thought I better let you know.
    I've had a couple of planned meals out and had the meat with salad option. In place of potatoes or for a starter I've had mozzarella cheese (thinking that its the low carb option).
    I was reading the packet in tescos the other day and it contains citric acid so no good for ketosis.
    I'm now on a chewing gum and mozzarella ban!
    x
     
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    LoveIt Me on the right! x

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    Why is it that everything soo nice is soo bad for you?! Grrr! Good to know though... Thanks! x
     
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    I wouldnt have thought that, thanks for letting us know :)
     
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    maybe some mozarella brands don't use citric acid as a preservative ... might be worth looking at some other labels?
     
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