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steve1906
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Lymetoo, I put this here because if this is true I want as many people to see it as possible!

Can You Guess What McDonalds Food Item This Is?
I found this on facebook!

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You have been servedwith mechanically separated chicken! Over a billion sold!

This is what fast-food chicken nuggets, processed frozen chicken meat, and patties are made of.

Heres the creation process. What they do is take parts of a chicken and put it through this machine that mechanically separate the meat from the bone. Unfortunately, that doesnt happen. What it does instead is smash EVERYTHING including the bones, eyes and guts making it come out looking like the picture above.

Since this meat is infested with bacteria, it will be soaked in ammonia in order to kill those little critters. But who wants ammonia nuggets? Not I and Im sure you dont want any either. So in order to mask the ammonia taste, they season it with a loads of artificial flavors.

But theyre not done folks. Next, they add ammonium hydroxide to kill the bacterial and then they add anhydrous ammonia for refrigeration purposes. This concoction goes on to become the main ingredient in many hot dogs, bologna, chicken nuggets, pepperoni, salami, jerky, etc.

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Ewwwwww!
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