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What Are Chicken Nuggets Made Of?

What Are Chicken Nuggets Made Of?
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McDonald’s Uses Worm Meat Fillers But Can Legally Call It 100% Beef - NY Meta McDonald’s Uses Worm Meat Fillers But Can Legally Call It 100% Beef. Large companies have been the subject of rumors that they substitute unusual or unethical substances in their products, usually to decrease costs. McDonald’s is not immune to such claims. McDonald’s has been accused of using everything from worms to cow eyeballs in its burgers. Dating far back to at least 1978, there have been rumors that McDonald’s restaurants use earthworms in their hamburgers. The fact that McDonald’s uses cow eyeballs and worm fillers does not stop them from legally using the claim that they served 100% beef. McDonald’s then ships the beef to their grinding facility in Oak Brook, Illinois where they then take the ground worm filler and add it to their “100% beef patties”. McDonald’s has also been accused of using mutant laboratory meat, and pig fat their milkshakes and ice cream.

Burritos with Spanish Rice and Black Beans About once a week, my family eats burritos for dinner. This recipe makes a great burrito filling or side dish and doesn’t take much longer than heating up a can of beans. This is a mildly seasoned dish, so you fire and spice lovers will probably want to increase the amounts of jalapeno peppers and chipotle powder. Burritos with Spanish Rice and Black Beans Serves 8 Ingredients 1 medium onion, chopped1 green or yellow pepper, stemmed, seeded and chopped½ –1 jalapeño chile, stemmed, seeded and finely diced (add more or less to taste)2 cloves garlic, minced4 cups cooked brown rice1½ cup diced tomatoes (fresh or canned fire-roasted, liquid reserved)1½ cup black beans (or 1 15-ounce can), rinsed well1 teaspoon ground cumin1 teaspoon ancho chili powder (or other pure, mild chili powder)½ teaspoon chipotle chili powder (or more, to taste)½ teaspoon smoked paprikaSalt and freshly ground black pepper to taste Instructions: Heat a deep, non-stick skillet over medium high heat.

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Velvety Macaroni The true guilt free and creamy “Velvety Macaroni.” Velvety Macaroni Serves 2 Ingredients: • 1 butternut squash • 2 medium broccoli heads • 2½ cups dry brown rice pasta • 4 garlic cloves • ½ cup almond, coconut or flax seed milk • 3 tablespoons nutritional yeast • sea salt • 1 tablespoon garlic powder • parsley flakes • pepper Instructions: Bake the butternut squash whole and unpeeled in the oven on 350ºF for exactly 30 minutes. Separate the broccoli into small florets and cut the broccoli stems into small pieces. Boil the pasta as instructed on the package while being careful not to overcook it. The squash should be ready by now and will peel easily after baking. In a separate pot add the broccoli stem pieces with a bit of water and steam it covered for five minutes. Drain the water from the butternut squash and remove it from the flame. Bring the creamy sauce to a very gentle low boil and add the pasta and broccoli while mixing very gently with a wooden spoon.

McDonald’s Japan Probes Tooth in Fries, Cargill Nuggets - Bloomberg Business (Bloomberg) -- McDonald’s Corp.’s Japan business said today a human tooth was found in fries, and plastics in chicken nuggets and sundae, in a series of food-safety issues that happened in the past six months. The affected nuggets, supplied by Cargill Inc.’s Thai unit, were sold at two outlets in Japan, including one in Tokyo, according to spokesman Takashi Hasegawa. The fast-food chain is seeking new nugget suppliers including in Brazil, Hidehito Hishinuma, a director at the company, said at a briefing held in Tokyo today. “We have already begun an investigation into this matter,” Bruce Blakeman, Singapore-based vice president of corporate affairs for Cargill Asia Pacific, said in an e-mailed statement. Cargill, based in Minneapolis, will work closely with McDonald’s as its investigation progresses, he said. The company doesn’t plan to halt production and sale of the food items after plastic objects were found in chicken nuggets, Hishinuma said.

Double Chocolate Cupcakes These are rich and delicious chocolate cupcakes—what more do you need to know? The frosting is made with dates and gets surprisingly fudgy. You can top each cupcake with a berry to make them extra special. Double Chocolate Cupcakes From Forks Over Knives – The Cookbook Makes 12 Cupcakes Ingredients: • 2 ounces unsweetened chocolate (non-dairy) • 1 cup unsweetened plant-based milk • 1 teaspoon apple cider vinegar • ⅔ cup dry sweetener (such as sucanat, date sugar and maple sugar) • ¼ cup unsweetened applesauce • 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract • 1 cup whole wheat pastry flour, or spelt flour • ⅓ cup cocoa powder, either Dutch-processed or regular unsweetened • ¾ teaspoon baking soda • ½ teaspoon baking powder • ¼ teaspoon salt • 1 batch Fudgy Chocolate Frosting (recipe follows) Instructions: Preheat the oven to 350°F. To melt the chocolate, use a double boiler or simply take a small sauce pan and fill half way with water. In a large bowl, whisk together the plant-based milk and vinegar.

Domino’s, McDonald’s, & Wendy’s Are All Feeding You A Chemical Used In Silly Putty Source: www.collective-evolution.com | Original Post Date: January 26, 2014 – Polydimethylsiloxane, sounds tasty doesn’t it? Domino’s Pizza, McDonald’s, and Wendy’s think it is at least. The chemical has been stirring up some discussion recently due to its appearance in fast-food menu items. The FDA approved chemical is classified as “non-toxic,” even though it is non-biodegradable and its commercial use in breast implants has decreased due to “safety concerns.” Sec. 176.200 Defoaming agents used in coatings The defoaming agents described in this section may be safely used as components of articles intended for use in producing, manufacturing, packing, processing, preparing, treating, packaging, transporting, or holding food, subject to the provisions of this section. (d) Substances employed in the formulation of defoaming agents include: (1) Substances generally recognized as safe in food. (2) Substances subject to prior sanction or approval.

Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret (2015) Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret is a groundbreaking feature-length environmental documentary following intrepid filmmaker Kip Andersen as he uncovers the most destructive industry facing the planet today – and investigates why the world’s leading environmental organizations are too afraid to talk about it. Animal agriculture is the leading cause of deforestation, water consumption and pollution, is responsible for more greenhouse gases than the transportation industry, and is a primary driver of rainforest destruction, species extinction, habitat loss, topsoil erosion, ocean “dead zones,” and virtually every other environmental ill. Yet it goes on, almost entirely unchallenged. As Andersen approaches leaders in the environmental movement, he increasingly uncovers what appears to be an intentional refusal to discuss the issue of animal agriculture, while industry whistleblowers and watchdogs warn him of the risks to his freedom and even his life if he dares to persist. Fao.org. EPA.

Chick-fil-A proudly offers chicken with MSG and toxic chemicals (NaturalHealth365) If you’ve ever seen Chick-fil-A’s advertisements or billboards, you’ll find a clever and cute message enticing you to eat more chicken all the while insinuating that beef is bad for you. They also offer low calorie, low carb, and low fat meals touting their use of “fresh, quality ingredients.” In 2014, the restaurant chain announced they would work with suppliers over the next several years to remove antibiotics in their chicken supply. According to the public statement, they have already converted more than 20 percent of their poultry supply. Chick-fil-A is proud of their new strict auditing process to verify their suppliers are “never to directly administer antibiotics.” Loaded with dozens of harmful chemicals, Chick-fil-A’s ‘antibiotic-free’ chickens won’t make a difference on public health. Some of these chemicals are known to be highly toxic: Monosodium Glutamate (MSG) – a flavor enhancer. Food & Nutrition Natural Health 365 Read Some of Our Most Popular Articles

Animal rights Belief that animals have interests that should be considered Parshwanatha, the 23rd Tirthankara, revived Jainism and ahimsa in the 9th century BCE, which led to a radical animal-rights movement in South Asia.[1] The 5th-century CE Tamil scholar Valluvar, in his Tirukkural, taught ahimsa and moral vegetarianism as personal virtues. Animal rights is the philosophy according to which some, or all, animals are entitled to the possession of their own existence and that their most basic interests—such as the need to avoid suffering—should be afforded the same consideration as similar interests of human beings.[2] That is, some species of animals have the right to be treated as individuals, with their own desires and needs, rather than as unfeeling property.[3] Advocates for animal rights oppose the assignment of moral value and fundamental protections on the basis of species membership alone—an idea known as speciesism since 1970, when Richard D. Historical development in the West[edit] R. R.

Subway restaurants exposed for using toxic ingredients (NaturalHealth365) As one of the largest fast food chains, Subway Restaurants is working effortlessly to make an impact with the lives of people around the world as they campaign to “eat fresh.” With more than 37,000 locations around the world and nearly 30 million Facebook fans, they have become the leading choice for people seeking quick and nutritious meals that the whole family can enjoy. But are their delicious and made-to-order sandwiches truly “fresh?” Their ingredients say otherwise. While this super food chain has made efforts in reducing or eliminating some harmful ingredients, they are still serving foods with toxic chemicals that make people sick. So, how fresh are they really? Due to health advocates taking a stand against dangerous chemicals in Subway’s foods, the restaurant did publish a statement to its consumers to serve quality products. By the way, the principal use of this hazardous chemical is in the production of plastics and synthetic leathers. Food & Nutrition

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