What is that? Well, my guess is that most of you are going to be none too happy when you discover this truth. Azodicarbonamide is a foamed plastic. The United States allows its use as a bleaching agent for bread. It is found in the breads sold by Subway, McDonald’s, KFC and Burger King, just to mention a few. It is banned in most of Europe. Singapore carries a hefty $450,000 fine and a 15-year jail sentence for ne’er-do-wells who attempt to use it there.
This type of oil was manufactured by preprocessed food manufactures to extend the shelf life of their foods. These chemical compounds are even worse that non high-oleic oils. If it can extend the lives of foods sitting on shelves, it most certainly will reduce the lives of humans.
Personally, I would rather have my food without preservatives.