Not Chinese

I admit that I too have been checking labels since the recent spate of China food scares. While I don't believe that eating small amounts of the tainted food products will do much damage to adults, I still prefer to avoid food from China.

Psychologically, avoiding these Chinese food makes me feel cleaner on the inside.

But I do miss canned Chinese luncheon meats. The more expensive Danish versions just don't taste the same!

As for green leafy vegetables - I'm quite happy to go with Malaysian grown as shown above. Is it cleaner? Better? Safer? I don't know. But they do feel so.


Jacinta said...

Haha, I'm quite wary now too. Even rewards given from our volunteers have to be screened! :P

Anonymous said...

i automatically avoid made in china products. but i still can't totally escape the clothes, bags and all.

still, i can't totally control what i eat when it's at the restaurants.

~tif;fany* said...

yes i miss the 'gor qiang bah' too! =\

Corsage@A Dollop Of Me said...

jacinta: Oh yes, gifts especially!

imp: Yup, China manufactures everything these days. Ah yes, restaurants! One day when I am in one of my moods I'll ask where the stuff I'm eating comes from.

tiffany: Err, is that a luncheon meat brand?

~tif;fany* said...

haha nah, thats luncheon meat ala in hokkien. :PP

Corsage@A Dollop Of Me said...

tiffany: oo, I see