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Curry full of collagen peptides

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This curry dish from House Foods comes packed with 4,000 milligrams of skin-enhancing collagen peptides. Made with a splash of wine, onion, tomato and pumpkin, and at 150 calories per serving, this mild curry is sure to be a hit with female consumers.

231 yen.

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bicultural; I have a thing about almost all package foods regardless of nation.

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Peptides? Pesticides surely.

Sounds like you've really got a thing against packaged food in Japan. If what you claim is true, I would surely be dead judging on how much of it I ingested during my youth.

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@HermioneGranger & miamum: Actually, I have seen it reported on Japanese TV programs and I tell people as well BUT they still don't listen. Such "sheeple"!

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Collagen breaks down in your stomach and therefore does nothing for your skin. Hasn't somebody told the japanese consumers this before?

Nope. Hilarious isnt it! I love it when MIL used to urge me to eat up my chicken skin cos its good for my skin!!! Needless to say she doesnt anymore...

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I hate jello, and why would I want a not spicy curry? Sounds strange to me.

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I thought that beef skin is only used to make shoes, gloves, bags,dog food...now Chinese put them in milk, Japanese use them in curry, oh well.

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Learn some human biology and don't read the label on junk food.

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"Heaven forfend the locals should eat anything with a bit of wallop to it"

IvanCoughalot, do you remember the movie "So I Married an Ax Murderer?

Would you remember this...

"Harriet Michaels: Do you actually like haggis? Charlie Mackenzie: No, I think it's repellent in every way. In fact, I think most Scottish cuisine is based on a dare."

Could it be possible fostering darehood might lead to an appreciation of hot/spicy?

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Hmmm - mild. What a fantastic surprise. Heaven forfend the locals should eat anything with a bit of wallop to it.

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lol people buy processed food in hopes it will help them somehow?

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Collagen breaks down in your stomach and therefore does nothing for your skin. Hasn't somebody told the japanese consumers this before?

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Eating food merely for collagen just sounds gross, doesn't it?

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Peptides? Pesticides surely.

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One more drawback - your face will smell like curry.

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this mild curry is sure to be a hit with female consumers.

But how are you so sure, person who wrote this "article"?

Maybe you should have ended it with:

this mild curry is sure to be a hit with female consumers. Or your money back!

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what do they mean by "collagen peptides"? hydrolyzed collagen? in other words denaturated gelatin? they should also mention that "collagen enhances skin" is a popular myth, never confirmed scientifically

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And a bunch of chemicals to preserve it.

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An Indian curry cooked properly will provide you with amny healthy nutrients.I would rather have the benefits from turmeric alone ina "proper" curry than eating collagen in a japanese packet curry.

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If you're determined to ingest collagen, suggest you dive into a large bowl of braised pig's trotters. Koreans swear by them.

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No thank you.

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Truth in advertising?

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It just sounds gross when you put it that way.

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