MSG and its unsavory reputation
Published3 months ago
Ever since a letter in a medical journal identified monosodium glutamate as the source behind unpleasant health effects dubbed “Chinese Restaurant Syndrome,” MSG has been tagged as an unwelcome addition to cooking. However, fans of MSG say there is no proof that it’s a hazard. National Public Radio correspondent Allison Aubrey investigates why MSG’s reputation can still be tough to swallow.
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