posted on Dec, 24 2008 @ 04:12 PM
This is not a myth. And for all the blogs out there explaining the reason why Mcdonald's would buy cow eyeballs for the reason of saving money on
actual beef is ludacris. The reason why they add cow eyeballs to their beef is to help texture the patty, keeping it together better. Mcdonald's
leads the industry of fast food chains having the most percentage of cow eyeballs in their meat. Most fast food chains do it, Burger King, Wendy's,
I have nothing against Mcdonalds, I love Mcdonald's burgers. Every time I get a little extra chunk in the meat when I take a bite, at least I know
what it is that I am chewing on.
This comes from someone that packages and delivers the meat to the stores. Believe what you want otherwise.
Go eat yourself a big ol' juicy Ball Park frank. Now, your guess is as good as mine when the juice comes out of one of them when you take a bite.