posted on Feb, 6 2014 @ 08:46 PM
reply to post by Wrabbit2000
Oh come on! I just ate Subway for lunch.
Truth be known, I just had a foot long of that very tuna order I described earlier, a couple days ago. Good stuff too....but I'm not sure I'm going
to have my other half pick up more until/unless they make an effort to push out more information and reason to believe this is the only possible issue
in the ingredients they've needed a public relations issue to care about. (paraphrased from the OP source story for motive, but not by much).
Really, Subway has always been a cut above the fast food crowd in my mind. Subway and In/Out Burger out west. Not feet above and sure not a whole
level above...but perhaps a cut to make them distinct enough to keep buying from when I've almost totally turned from the rest of the junk food
One day you're learning Santa ain't real and the jolly jokes were on the kids who believed it for awhile......the next day (and a few decades
inbetween, I'll grant) it's finding almost nothing around us anymore is actually food worthy of that term. It's all a mixture of authenticity and
betterment through modern chemistry.
I remember science stories and Sci-Fi movie plots alike seeing a world where "food" was a nutritionally balanced pile of goop, one mini-spoon shaped
shovel's worth per plate, per citizen, and move along please. (sigh)
Well....the old stories had it looking as bad as it tasted for those who also recall that and date enough to be official antiques. The culinary
wizards of dining debauchery we have calling themselves advanced or trend setting these days seem to have made the same nasty goop with far less
nutritional value than the movies said, while managing to actually keep it looking
great. Form over function. The Motto of the New America, it
seems at times.