Monterosso anchovy, bacon 🥓, bee 🐝, beef 🥩 (steak cooked rare), butter 🧈, small red caviar, clam, cod liver, crab 🦀, cuttle, duck 🦆, ghee, heavy cream, herring, langoustine, mackerel, La Spezia mussel, mutton, octopus 🐙, lightly-cooked free-range quail egg (shells crunched into powder), sardine, scallop, Sanremo royal shrimp 🦐, squid 🦑, tuna
Real rock salt 🧂
Bone broth, sparkling mineral water (separately from food), spruce juice
None so far, as I barely go to any
Bars cans. BPA lining
Kurilsky Bereg cans. BPA lining
Urbech-Bio. Lid with BPA
Lenin Fishing Kolkhoz cans. BPA lining
Lactalis. PVC in packaging
Rychal-Su water. Contains fluoride! And the lid has BPA of course
Borjomi water. Contains fluoride! And the lid has BPA of course
Lurisia water. Low-mineral!
San Bernardo water. Low-mineral!
Sant’Anna water. Low-mineral!
Lete water. Low-sodium!
Rocchetta water. Low-salt!
Uliveto water. “Can have diuretic effects”
SantaVittoria water. “Can have diuretic effects”
Ferrarelle water. Too much fluoride!
Ararat restaurant in Moscow. Menu lies about absence of seed oils. Also: blue light
Burger Heroes. Menu and waiter lie about true ingredients. Also: hormone-changing BPA receipts
Goodman steakhouse in Moscow. Uses seed oils. This is bad even if the selected dish isn’t cooked using them: seed oils emit the carcinogenic compound acroleïn into the air when heated
Moo-Moo eatery chain. Uses seed oils
Grabli buffet chain. Uses seed oils
Il Patio restaurant chain. Audio spam
Burger King. PFAS in packaging
Tim Horton’s. PFAS in packaging
Popeye’s. PFAS in packaging
Lido. Uses seed oils. This is bad even if the selected dish isn’t cooked using them: seed oils emit the carcinogenic compound acroleïn into the air when heated