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I noticed that the ingredients say monoglycerides and, to my knowledge, that can be derived either from vegetable or animal fats. Could anyone confirm which one it is?
 

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Write a letter , sorry.... email, to Arnold Whole Grains and ask them.
 

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If you don't get an definitive answer from Arnold; I personally would assume it's derived from animal and not eat it, there are many breads out there that don;t contain the unhealthy ingredient.
 

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If you don't get an definitive answer from Arnold; I personally would assume it's derived from animal and not eat it, there are many breads out there that don;t contain the unhealthy ingredient.
Other than bakery bread and the sprouted grain breads, most bagged store breads do have dough conditioner- l-cysteine, mono or diglycerides, or enzymes of various sources. All questionable and most animal derived

Care to list the many you know?

I wonder because Arnold has been one that's been known to be vegan
 

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I love the Food for Life sprouted bread, healthy, vegan, and delicious.
 
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