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Explosive grass?

Posted by: HillBilly ( Australia ) on December 15, 1999 at 16:58:29:

In Reply to: What you don't know can't hurt you - or can it? posted by Felicity on December 15, 1999 at 13:26:07:

: There is a lot of things that Mac doesn't tell you about their meat. For example the cows are feed dangerous.

Danagerous what? Explosive grass?

: The grilled beef patties aren't even grilled - they are fried and have grill marks painted on them!

Its cooked on a "clam shell grill" which is just an electric/gas hotplate with a lid type thing that grills it from both sides at the same time. There are no grills marks on the meat to begin with and to say it is fried means it is cooked in a fryer, which it is not.

: You can't trust a company that lies about how it cooks its meat.

Lay off the pot gal.

McSpotlight: I think the previous poster was referring to the case in Australia earlier this year when McD's chicken breasts were sold with fake grill marks painted on; that case is a matter of public record.

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