Which Foods Have Pink Slime In Them?
Which foods might contain pink slime?
Like Kelley said, pink slime is found in ground beef. It's the leftover bits and pieces of the cow with added ammonium. It's best to avoid buying hamburgers from fast food restaurants, frozen meat patties, and even some of the ground beef found in supermarkets. I would also question sime of the burgers from high end restaurants.
You can also ask the butcher to grind the beef in from of you. Most places will do that for you. Another option is buy your own meat grinder.
by Connie Smith 6 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, though, when I heard that the USDA had bought 7 tons of it for the school...
by Don Bobbitt 6 years ago
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by ptosis 6 years ago
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by PhoenixV 6 years ago
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by Dee42 6 years ago
What do you all think of the Pink Slime Issue in our Meat?
by Joan King 6 years ago
Is Macdonald's plan to drop the use of Pink Slime in Hamburgers a good thing or bad?The growing controversy over the health risks of “pink slime” added to hamburgers and ground beef in the US as a filler, has led MacDonald’s to announce they will no longer be using the product. Will...
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