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Old 01-27-2012, 04:21 PM
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Well , kudo's to them but I still ain't eating the chit they serve up!

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Their chicken suxx more !

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I don't eat any of their crap.......
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it all sucks.
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Wouldn't eat it with your mouth
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I haven't eaten there in years, but I doubt burger king and taco bell are any better.
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And this......

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Originally Posted by CaptKennyW View Post
I haven't eaten there in years, but I doubt burger king and taco bell are any better.
Pretty much all fast food, processed food, and chain restaurants sink to this level.

Nasty stuff!
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So what? Not like its gonna kill you.
The human body is quite capable of processing rancid meat. Some cultures eats rancid meat as a normal diet.

You really don't want to know what you eat on a regular basis fram any restaurant. Not just fast food places. The type of beef/chicken and where it came from is virtually impossible to police at any eating establishment, regardless of how upscale it is.
How do you know specifically where the wrapped hamburger/hot meat comes from when you buy from the meat dept at Winn Dixie , Publix or any other outlet? Because the "say it's 100% guaranteed top grade"? How do you really know?
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Maybe when the boomers go, they'll take their factory restaurants with them.
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O l love mcshitys just as much as dunkinshits there all bad there is no reason to go to any of them you always have options. Its simple you like it or you dont go or dont go great thing aboat choices
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Originally Posted by Soundbounder View Post
Pretty much all fast food, processed food, and chain restaurants sink to this level.

Nasty stuff!
Yup,not much goes to waste
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It was great when the brothers ran it.
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According to the Daily Mail, Oliver said beef producers take "trimmings" that would normally go to dog food and wash it with the compound until it is fit for human consumption.

"Imagine how happy an accountant is. You just turned dog food into what can potentially be your kids' food," he told "Food Revolution"
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Sounds about right -- I occasionally buy a couple cheese burgers at McDonalds and give them to my dog. I won't eat them but the dog loves 'em.
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Not sure if it is the same as emulsified meats but after seeing the emulsification process I won't buy/eat them. They do look like a pink slime when being produced.
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McDonald's rocks. Stock's up, feeds billions, people always go there, same around the world. Golden Arches as well known as Mickey Mouse brand.

Bring the McRib back.
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Who is Jamie Oliver and who made him a god?
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Originally Posted by KJS View Post
Not sure if it is the same as emulsified meats but after seeing the emulsification process I won't buy/eat them. They do look like a pink slime when being produced.

Are hotdogs and bologna considered emulsified meat? I'm getting read to make my first batch of hotdogs. From what I am reading homemade hotdogs are great. The hotdogs are my test before I try bologna.

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