After reading some things about how bad HFCS is, and how it is insidiously in everything, I feared the worst. I just did a complete inventory of the pantry and the fridge. What we have with HFCS:
Two boxes of Kellogg’s brand cereals
A bottle of ketchup
A jar of mayonaise
A bottle of Mrs. Dash (or something like that)
A bottle of Worchester Sauce
That’s it! I was really surprised that items like the garlic black bean sauce or hoisin sauce didn’t have HFCS, but since they’re manufactured in Asia, I guess not. The bread, all the other boxes of cereals, were OK. All we need to do is not buy brand-name cereals, and it’s only going to show up in a rare condiment.
So, without being conscious of it, we are already avoiding HFCS—it’s pretty much only going to show up when we eat out.