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Posted 15 November 2013 - 07:31 PM

Americans, specially kids, love their chicken nuggets from fast food outlets. I remember once buying it, and saying to myself while eating them: This does not taste like chicken breast cutlets that I buy from market and cook them myself; they taste of something else...something like fake chicken breast meat. So stopped eating those chicken nuggets. Lately I discovered this something after reading this article by James Hamblin "Look Inside a Chicken Nugget":

The chicken nugget can conjure purity. No buns, pickles, or bones. Not many carbs, apart from the breading. This is simplicity delivered economically, flightless birds, protein for the protein-hungry America of today—or, to followers of Michael Pollan, the corn-fed-meat-wrapped-in-corn-preserved-breading-dipped-in-corn-sweetened-goo kind of purity.

Richard D. deShazo, MD, is a distinguished professor of medicine and pediatrics at University of Mississippi Medical Center. He does not see purity. At least, not anymore.

“I was floored. I was astounded,” deShazo said of the moment he looked at a chicken nugget under a microscope.

Continue reading at this link to see what deShazo saw with photos:
http://www.theatlant...-nugget/280720/



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Posted 17 November 2013 - 12:48 PM

If your google: Pink Slime, you will find, this is a very similar item, possible minus ammonia.






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