Yesterday's news talked about the pink slime used in school 'burgers'. The same stuff Mickey D's is/was using, made from cartilage, renderings, and other parts of the animal normally designated for dog food. This isn't even meat.
And...some teacher giving chicken nuggets to preschoolers, food not on the approved by parents menu.
And...federal agents coming to lunchrooms (don't know how that came about) and telling students the lunch they brought from home was not a nutritious meal and they should eat what the school provides.
Just thinking of the pink slime as you put it makes me sick.
by Connie Smith5 years ago
It was bad when we found out recently that McDonald's, Taco Bell and Burger King had "pink slime in their food. Still, it only affected me a little since I rarely eat fast food. I was pretty ticked,...
by SparklingJewel5 years ago
this is really gross, unbelievable what we want to do to our children, I thought it was bad what they sent overseas to the poor and starvinghttp://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/03/0 … lp00000009
by mio cid5 years ago
So it has become public knowledge recently that all kinds of refuse from slaughter houses is treated with ammonia and added to all kind of meat products,specially ground beef.It sounds like a no brainer that such...
by Xenonlit5 years ago
I have a hub that is a recipe for pot roast. Adsense decides to shove a huge ad about "pink slime" right at the top of my hub!This is the worst kind of sabotage, especially when I don't get any real return for...
by lady_love1586 years ago
http://www.chicagotribune.com/health/ct … 0768.storySooo what's next send the government food police to force the food down their throats? Maybe the kids are just pining for some of those ribs Michelle eats! Lol
by Doc Young2 years ago
... the latest ... adrian petersen ... charged and arrested ... for ... beats his son with a tree branch ... a branch ... really like what, 2 - 3 inches across ... how many bones were broken ... you want to see real...
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