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Originally posted by TheLonewolf
reply to post by Wrabbit2000
You can't compare food sitting in a jar to food sitting in your stomach. Your saliva and stomach acids are very powerful stuff..Is fast food f'in gross? You betcha, but this video can not be compared to how food breaks down in your gut in anyway, shape, or form.
Originally posted by hbarker
Ive searched the web , And read all kinds of ,, well crap.
but my question remains, What in in that so called 100% all American beef they serve?
It very likely does not even all come from America at all.
It may be one of the most suppressed truths out there>?
Only way they can call it that legally is to own a company Called "100% Beef"
I don't mean to be picky, but the liver doesn't process fats.
i learned a lot recently about how the liver processes fats and chemicals and it has a hard time doing both..
Originally posted by FissionSurplus
Actually, my husband worked for a beef packing plant in west Texas back in the 1990s. He refuses to eat at McDonalds to this day.
He said that Tuesday was McDonald's beef day, and on that day, the most sickly, ancient, tired, and mangy looking cows were delivered to the plant especially for McDonald's hamburgers. He said the cows were so pathetic, they were forced with cattle prods to walk into the plant where they would be slaughtered. They didn't have the energy to get up the ramp by themselves.
The other days of the week, the cows were somewhat healthier looking, but McDonald's bought the cheapest, most sorriest looking cows they could get that were still technically breathing.
Once he told me that, I vowed never to eat at McDonald's again, and I haven't. 100% American beef? Yes, technically that is correct. They were American, they were cattle, and they were still drawing breath. Beyond that, if they dropped dead on the prairie, I doubt even the coyotes would eat them.