Guess what this pink goo is? or what it will become?!
If you like fast food chicken nuggets,you may think twice after reading this!
http://www.delish.com/food/recalls-revi … ?gt1=47001
It's mechanically de-boned chicken. Mostly meat...along with some pulverized grissol, cartilage and loose bone. Nothing new at all..you just don't get to see it before it ends up in some packaged food item.
It's rendered as a paste-like filler, used in hot dogs, cat food, etc.
Bet you just lost your appetite, didn't you? Mmmmmmm
I saw a facebook group for that a couple of days ago. Pretty gross huh? It really did convince me not to eat fast food, or helped at least. Looks like the secrets of fast food are finally coming out!
this was highlighted in the uk a few years ago by Jamie Oliver who has revolutionised school meals- things such as turkey twizzlers made from goo have been stopped and now the schools serve real food.
Our mc donalds serve real chicken in nuggets and goo is going- good idea to high light it
Would prefer not to be overly graphic here but if you consider the reply from Timorous above: the, "Contents," of this substance are varied in colour and in texture. When they are combined by being essentially ground or crushed together, under high pressure, the resultant colour and texture is a mixture/blend of all the component parts...
I will never set foot at Mcdonalds or any other fast food chain unless it's the last place on earth and I'm deadly hungry. I first thought that pink goo was ice cream.
I vow from this day never to eat such a thing....
Seriously I am shocked.
I am going to stick to Sushi...
by reymund 9 years ago
Choosing the best fast food chains to eat in is somewhat confusing because we consider different factoes like brand, cost, food safety, how the staff accomodate us,conducive environment etc. OF all the many chains, which of them you like most?please spaecify 3. thanks
by Jerad Maplethorpe 9 years ago
I'd like to know if you eat it, how often, and what effects you believe it has had on you, your community and society as a whole.I'll be writing a hub on the results so please be thorough. Thanks!
by jaydawg808 2 years ago
What fast food restaurant makes the best chicken nuggets?
by piyush3dxyz 7 years ago
I dont know what country you are in but KFC in england is just like fast food and to me, fast food is rubbish. Too much unhealthy overpowering sauces and the chicken is always coated in huge amounts of fat.Give me a plain barbecued chicken leg any day.
by Connie Smith 7 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 Stacie L 4 years ago
I've read numerous articles lately about the major players,such as McDonalds, Wendys and Burger King,losing sales and major food contracts with some hospitals and sporting venues. The new generation. of all people, are embracing a healthier lifestyle. Organic food, reducing sugary drinks,and more...
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