Hey all, I'm new to the boards but have been reading them for awhile. I became a vegetarian in November of last year and am trying to phase out all animal products from my diet.
My question is regarding a frozen dinner. I usually stock up on a few Amy's Indian dinners for when I can't cook, but I recently purchased the Sweet Asian Potstickers (from Healthy Choice) because I love potstickers. I'm trying to figure out where the 5 mg of cholesterol come from. These are the ingredients:
Ingredients: VEGETABLE POTSTICKERS (Filling [cabbage, vermicelli (mung bean, water), baked tofu (tofu [water, whole soybeans, nigari], tamari [water, soybeans, salt, alcohol, wheat], natural flavors, spices), bulgur wheat, precooked rice, water chestnuts, green beans, onions, carrots, soy sauce (water, wheat, soybeans, salt), sesame oil, evaporated cane juice, salt, xanthan gum, spice], wrapper [wheat flour, water, corn starch, soybean and/or canola oil]), COOKED WHOLE GRAIN BROWN RICE, WATER, SUGAR, CARROTS, RED PEPPERS, SAKE, RICE VINEGAR, SCALLIONS, CORN STARCH, WHEAT, SOYBEANS, SPICES, SESAME OIL, GARLIC PUREE, SALT, LOCUST BEAN GUM.
CONTAINS: WHEAT, SOY, SESAME
I usually don't like foods with a long list of ingredients, but I was hoping this one was free of animal derived products. What am I not seeing?