PINK SLIME IN MY BURGER? KISS MY ASS MCDONALDS!

I  am so disgusted by McDonald’s that I want to go take a dump on there big yellow “M”. McDonald’s announced last week that, as of last August, is has stopped using ammonium hydroxide in the production of its hamburgers. MSNBC reports that the chemical, used in fertilizers, household cleaners and even homemade explosives, was also used to prepare McDonalds’ hamburger meat.

The International Business Times lists some other questionable chemicals showing up in our foods:

Propylene glycol: This chemical is very similar to ethylene glycol, a dangerous anti-freeze. This less-toxic cousin  prevents products from becoming too solid. Some ice creams have this  ingredient; otherwise you’d be eating ice.

Carmine: Commonly found in red food coloring, this chemical comes from crushed cochineal, small red beetles that burrow into cacti. Husks of the beetle are ground up and forms the basis for red coloring found in foods ranging from cranberry juice to M&Ms.

Shellac: Yes, this chemical used to finish wood products also gives some candies their sheen. It comes from the female Lac beetle.

L-cycsteine: This common dough enhancer comes from hair, feathers, hooves and bristles.

Lanolin (gum base): Next time you chew on gum, remember this. The goopiness of gum comes from lanolin, oils from sheep’s wool that is also used  for vitamin D3 supplements.

Silicon dioxide: Nothing weird about eating sand, right? This anti-caking agent is found in many foods including shredded cheese and fast food chili.

This is just utterly ridiculous. I stopped eating some of there food when I found out about the chicken nuggets smh. Those nuggets are crushed up chicken bones and fake chicken smh.  Even though I love their breakfast, I am going to have to chill on the slime and bird bones. I hope you all can take this in consideration when you pull to McDonald’s. Yes the dollar menu is irresistable but you can go to other fast food joints with dollar menus lol.  So you be the judge.

 

 

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One comment

  1. poup · March 16, 2012

    EW!

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