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I used to eat McDonald's in Sweden, my fave burger back then was the Big Mac. When I came to the US I remember going to a McDonald's and
ordered a Big Mac and I couldn't finish it, it tasted OFF, something was not right, it was the meat. Gross!
I have not had a Big Mac since then.
I have been 100% vegetarian on and off for years, now I am a FLEXITARIAN, you know.....super flexible......!
No, that means that you do include meat in your diet but rather infrequently.
I hardly ever eat any fast food, no McDonald's (with the exception of a Sundae once in a blue moon), Taco Bell, Carls' Jr etc etc.
If I ever have a burger from a fast food place it comes form In-N-Out.
Besides, the beef they use at taco bell, is called "taco meat filling" and is made up of about 36 % beef and the rest is various "fillings".
And how about the chicken nuggets at McDonal's?

"They would be bad enough if they were merely chunks of chicken that had been breaded and deep-fried in oil. One documentary describes McDonald's nuggets as chickens “stripped down to the bone, and then 'ground up’ into a chicken mash, then combined with a variety of stabilizers and preservatives, pressed into familiar shapes, breaded and deep fried, freeze dried, and then shipped to a McDonald’s near you.”
Aside from chicken and oil, those “stabilizers and preservatives” are said to include dimethylpolysiloxane, a form of silicone also used in cosmetics. Another additive is tertiary butylhydroquinone (TBHQ), a form of butane. According to one report, chicken is only about 50 percent of a McNugget; the remainder is a mixture of corn-derived ingredients, sugars and synthetic substances."

And people give this crap to their kids. No wonder cancer is so prevalent...... YUUUUUCK !!!!!


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Gianna on :

Amen to all that sister! I'm Vegan and am a holistic nutritionist trying to bring awareness to all the BS we are eating daily and it's in the media shoved down our throats. Crazy!

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