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Bigcountry02 09-16-2010 06:02 PM

12 Year-old McDonald’s Burger Shows No Sign of Decay
 
I read the article. Nasty! Need to read! Damn eye opener for the ones who like McD's!

12 Year-old McDonald’s Burger Shows No Sign of Decay | FriendsEAT.com

1996 McDonalds Hamburger – Best of Mother Earth

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Ingredients:

McDonald’s Beef Patty/French Fries - 1,1,1 – trichloroethane, 1,2,4 – trimethylbenzene, BCH, alpha Chloroform, chlorotoluene, chlorpyritos, DDE, p, p, DDT, p, p, dieldrin, diphenyl 2-wthylhexyl phosphate, and ethyl benzene, among a host of other chemicals found in fast food.

McDonald’s Bun - Enriched bleached flour (bleached wheat flour, malted barley flour, thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, folic acid, reduced iron), water, high fructose corn syrup, partially hydrogenated soybean oil, yeast, contains less than 2 % of each of the following: salt, calcium sulfate, calcium carbonate, calcium silicate, wheat gluten, soy flour, baking soda, emulsifier (mono- and diglycerides, diacetyl tartaric acid esters of fatty acids, ethanol, sorbitol, polysorbate 20, potassium propionate), sodium stearoyl lactylate, dough conditioner (corn starch, ammonium chloride, ammonium sulfate, calcium peroxide, ascorbic acid, azodicarbonamide, enzymes), calcium propionate (preservative).

How to create your own Immortal Burger:

1. Buy some hamburgers from your favorite fast food restaurant: McDonald’s, Wendy’s, Burger King (any place that serves hybridized, chemicalized, genetically altered, hormone/ pesticide-laden food) – BUT DON’T EAT THEM!

2. Put your hamburgers in a fairly dry location and let them sit for many, many years.

WARNING: Do not put your hamburgers in any sealed containers, like jars. The moisture needs to escape the food naturally, so letting them breathe in the open air works best.

3. And that’s it! You are now the proud owner of your own Burger Museum! After 6 or 7 days, you can display them proudly. No animals or insects will touch them – which makes me wonder why we would ever touch them!

notdku 09-17-2010 03:41 PM

I guess I'm adding hamburgers to my B.O.B. LOL, that's kind of scary.

cpttango30 09-17-2010 04:00 PM

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No animals or insects will touch them – which makes me wonder why we would ever touch them!
Because I LIKE TO EAT THEM.

bullpuppies 09-17-2010 04:06 PM

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And prior to 2003, there were even more toxic chemicals in McDonald’s chicken McNuggets that so shocked a federal judge, the chemicals were ordered to be removed
I really wonder how (and by what authority) he decide what should be removed and what should be allowed.

lonyaeger 09-17-2010 04:40 PM

Have you never seen "Supersize Me?" My son used to love McDonald's until we saw that movie probably five years ago. He hasn't eaten there since )but still eats other fast food, like it's any better).
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007BondJamesBond007 09-17-2010 04:49 PM

I need all the preservatives can get.

igordog 09-17-2010 04:53 PM

I haven't been to a McDonalds or other "fast food" burger joint for 20 years. I do get chicken tacos from a local place called "Mighty Taco" once in a while, but that's the extent of my "fast food" eating. Thank goodness.
I suggest watching the film "Food Inc."...It's interesting.

notdku 09-17-2010 06:33 PM

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Originally Posted by igordog (Post 352250)
I haven't been to a McDonalds or other "fast food" burger joint for 20 years. I do get chicken tacos from a local place called "Mighty Taco" once in a while, but that's the extent of my "fast food" eating. Thank goodness.
I suggest watching the film "Food Inc."...It's interesting.

It was good movie. It's scary/interesting to see where our food comes from.

orangello 09-17-2010 07:02 PM

I had a roomie who managed a few tacobells; i learned not to ask how work was. I was not aware that the stuff in the regular tacos & such is not "beef" or "meat"; it is referred to and marked "taco filler".

Subway employees make awesome roomies for those who love broken cookies & their walk-in coolers are awesome on a hot day.

Bigcountry02 09-17-2010 07:16 PM

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Originally Posted by orangello (Post 352355)
I had a roomie who managed a few tacobells; i learned not to ask how work was. I was not aware that the stuff in the regular tacos & such is not "beef" or "meat"; it is referred to and marked "taco filler".

Subway employees make awesome roomies for those who love broken cookies & their walk-in coolers are awesome on a hot day.

We had Taco Bell on base in Germany, co-worker would never eat at the food court, not just Taco Bell; but, pizza, etc.

The health worker advised him the meat is Grade "F". Just think before sendng that meal back!

Also, you all need to movie "Waiting" movie!



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