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Amid reports of salmonella, crunchy cockroaches and 22% fat, Bibi van der Zee asks what one of the nation's favourite fast foods is really made of
Friday October 6, 2006
Poor old doner kebabs. It has been a bad news summer for the doner, full of nasty revelations about high salt levels, high fat levels and nastier still stories about putrid meat, cockroaches, and salmonella. Any minute now, David Cameron will be promising a ban.
A month ago, a German supplier committed suicide after officials found rotten meat on his premises. The meat was up to four years old. Best-before dates had been altered, meat was frozen, defrosted, turned into doner kebabs, and then refrozen (against all health advice), and then sold on through what news sources referred to as a "clandestine network supplying fast-food scams".
Originally posted by mallory-john
Funny think is that people still believe that Döner Kebab is created orginally in Turkey. But for the matter of fact, its greated in Berlin / Germany) by a turkish fastfood Shopowner. There are 2 versions of Döner. One with lambmeat and one with chicken since most european dont like lamb.
In Germany, the meat is produced by 3 large factories who mostly owned by Turkish people. The have to follow german health laws and are tested frequently for quality and ingredients.
Not giving away a recipe isnt a conspiracy. Or does Coca Cola offering a look into their recipes?!
Originally posted by DeadFlagBlues
I think these people had some of that meat..