Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Ah, c'mon. What part of "think outside the bun" do you not understand?

I mean, how else do you think they can sell those things for 99¢, or whatever it is these days?

In fact, the lawsuit claims, the "taco meat filling" used by Taco Bell contains is only about 35% beef, with binders, extenders, preservatives, additives and other agents making up the other 65%.

The worst part? After you say "binders, extenders, preservatives, additives," what else could there be? What are these "other agents?"

Or maybe the better question is who are these other agents?

(h/t: Ken Layne | pic. source)

1 comment:

Jack said...

I worked at Taco Bell one summer when I was 16, and we used 100% real ground beef. It came in big 10 pound bags and we would fry it up 40 pounds at a time.

It's rather disturbing to think they are using some kind of fake meat substitute, now.