What is in McDonalds chicken nuggets?

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+17 1. ughlah commented 9 years ago

Sure I trust your eyes, if the video was paid my McD.

If you want to maximize your profit you either use the cheapest ingredients or you use the quality ingredients as marketing. This seems far more plausible: http://www.snotr.com/video/5164/Chicken_Nuggets
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+2 2. duvly commented 9 years ago

I've never understood why grinded meat(with who knows what other stuff in it) is better than a simple piece of meat with only salt and pepper...
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+24 3. kirkelicious commented 9 years ago

Now show us how the chicken are raised!
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+10 4. Malakyte commented 9 years ago

I have seen 3 women in this documentary and all of them were clearly overweight... :(
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+8 5. Aenima commented 9 years ago

propaganda deluxe

You just have to tear up a nugget and wonder what you see.
Grind a chicken for science sake, form a patty and throw it in your pan.
The result is something completely different than a McNugget.
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+2 6. krillemaster commented 9 years ago

"compensation provided by Mcdonalds"

aaand that's why I can't take a single word that you say seriously
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+8 7. ZaMpTi commented 9 years ago

Well I believe the meat is good, but I am much more curios about how the chicken lived their lives until they end up in that paper box. I do like meat, don't get me wrong but I am also aware that a lot of bullshit is going on in the production lines and the food chain in general.
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+4 8. wurch commented 9 years ago

it feels like watching homeshopping lol
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+2 9. Pizzaface1951 commented 9 years ago

With regards to the purpose of grinding the chicken up I would have to assume its to increase the volume of mcnuggets. The nugget is a lot less dense that whole chicken breast.
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+3 10. martynbiker commented 9 years ago

The easy answer is to eat real chicken. if you want 'nuggets' take pieces of chicken, crumb em, dip em in batter, fry em. tastes better, is probably cheaper lb for lb and stops the might Ronald McD from earning a huge profit
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0 11. boom commented 9 years ago

The smell I get from this video is really bad :|
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+2 12. loadrunner commented 9 years ago

That pink stuff is from a hotdog factory
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+2 13. ice9 commented 9 years ago

Almost every worker is obese!
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-2 14. jackDjohnson commented 9 years ago

Lips and assholes.. thats how they make em... dont let this video FOOL YOU !! :O
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+4 15. Zebulun commented 9 years ago

I'd be more inclined to believe this video if it wasn't paid for by the big M.

On a side note, I still eat McDonald's regardless...
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0 16. Type40 commented 9 years ago

I do not believe this for one second.
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+2 17. GhostInShell commented 9 years ago

Too bad ive been in one of those places and it aint how they make em.. nice propaganda

still eat nuggets sometimes thou.
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+3 18. CrazyEddie commented 9 years ago

I used to work in a chicken abattoir here in Australia and we had the contract for Maccas. We had to take a full breast and carve off circular pieces weighing between 55 and 60 grams. No ragged edges and about a quarter inch thick. This was the only meat Maccas would accept for nuggets. They were shipped raw, snap frozen to wherever they went and Maccas did whatever they do with them there.
All carcasses, bones, meat that had fallen on the floor or was judged to be poor quality was minced up fine and some processed back into chicken feed (cannibals!) and the rest sent off to be pet food.
The boning lines were like the ones in this vid, but we did not mince the meat and form patties. If Maccas did that I can't see why they were so strict about the size and weight of the pieces.
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+1 19. Gringo_el_Diablo commented 9 years ago

I think they use silly puddy I could be wrong :S