According this fox news article on the human hair trade,Â human hair is used for a variety of things, includingÂ â€œit’s a common raw-material source for l-cysteine, an amino acid frequently used in baked goods such as pizza dough and bagels.â€
It also, by the way, is being sold at Walmart and elsewhere as â€œSmartGrowâ€, used as a fertilizer and pesticide.Â So growing tomatoes with human hair is unappetizing enough (give me that good old fashioned pig manure!). ButÂ as an ingredient inÂ PIZZA? And BAGELS?
I want to know right now, if Pizza Hut, Dominos, Papa Johnâ€™s, Little Caesarâ€™s and the others use human hair in their pizza dough.Â (Not to mention McDonaldâ€™s bagels, etc).Â The notion that millions of people are unknowingly eating human hair every day, as a deliberate ingredient,Â is astounding.
Now Iâ€™m sure people who sell the l-cysteine will tell you that itâ€™s not human hair we are eating- itâ€™s an ingredient taken from human hair.Â So isnâ€™t that still PART of human hair?Â A piece of hair?Â Â And how do we know some of the people selling their hair arenâ€™t using Rogaine? Could we be EATING Rogaine? Will that grow hair on the tongue? OrÂ what if they wash their hair in tomato sauce? Could we be EATING tomato sauce? Grown with human hair fertilizer?
Itâ€™s time for â€œHair Freeâ€ signs on labels and pizza boxes. Pizza lovers of the world UNITE! No More Hair! No More Hair!
(Iâ€™m glad I got that off my chest. (chest hair that is. Iâ€™m now selling it to I-cysteine makers It should arrive in your next delivery. Piping hot).
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