Say hello to your 'chicken' (in Off-topic)


QBOddBird October 12 2010 10:22 AM EDT

http://early-onset-of-night.tumblr.com/post/1206666159/say-hello-to-mechanically-separated-chicken-its

QBOddBird October 12 2010 10:32 AM EDT

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S9B7im8aQjo&feature=player_embedded

AdminShade October 12 2010 10:47 AM EDT

Does KFC produce it's nuggets in this same way?

Phoenix [The Forgehood] October 12 2010 10:50 AM EDT

yay chick- oh my...

Admindudemus [jabberwocky] October 12 2010 11:00 AM EDT

that reminds me of this:

http://www.snopes.com/food/prepare/msm.asp

the jamie oliver video clip embedded in the article was hilarious to me!

Untouchable October 12 2010 11:00 AM EDT

what?!

Demigod October 12 2010 11:02 AM EDT

I was cheering on the kids in the 2nd link. The kids would probably be more disturbed to watch him make quality sausage from a carcass.

Admindudemus [jabberwocky] October 12 2010 11:07 AM EDT

d'oh...ob's second link is the same on from jamie oliver. my bad!

{cb1}dyno October 12 2010 11:31 AM EDT

This makes me think of is the episode of ATHF where the tribal dude keeps saying "ARISE CHICKEN!" with meatwad.


Glad I don't eat nuggets :)

Invader Sye October 12 2010 11:45 AM EDT

OH MY GOD!!! ITS STILL CHICKEN!!! There are so many other things that you can make out of the "horrible." I like to chop up the "horrible" like he does and then boil it to make a broth for noodles and soup. Throw in a blade bundle of lemon grass with some soy sauce and you have yourself something AMAZING!

QBPit Spawn [Abyssal Specters] October 12 2010 1:13 PM EDT

While it is gross, that doesnt necessarily mean it's bad for you.

Anything with stringy meat would not be made that way, for an easy way to tell.

Fishead October 12 2010 1:49 PM EDT

Gross? Hot Dogs anyone?

Victimizer [C and S Forgery Lmtd.] October 12 2010 2:22 PM EDT

/me worked at Hillshire farm this summer, and I was able to see a lot of interesting things, but then again I am a fat kid and they had free meat in the lunch room, so I didn't care.

QBBast [Hidden Agenda] October 12 2010 2:29 PM EDT


Yes, hot dogs are gross.

Eliteofdelete [Battle Royale] October 12 2010 2:31 PM EDT

But so deliciously tasty!

Demigod October 12 2010 2:44 PM EDT

/me worked at Hillshire farm this summer

Go meat!

Fishead October 12 2010 2:54 PM EDT

My mother uses the "gross parts" of the turkey to make gravy, and her turkey gravy rocks!If you've only had gravy out of a can or an envelope, I feel sorry for you.

And to reiterate Sye, where do you think (chicken, beef, fish)stock comes from?

The vegan freaks used to show this stuff at the student union during lunch time. I'd get a big juicy burger with bacon on it and sit down in front of the TV and make a pig of myself.

Demigod October 12 2010 3:02 PM EDT

I had a vegan friend chastise me for drinking milk. She couldn't figure out while I wasn't moved by the argument of "it's passive hormones!"

Gunny Pew Pew [Red Permanent Assurance] October 12 2010 3:25 PM EDT

Deja vu that picture has been posted here before right?

Admiralkiller October 12 2010 5:43 PM EDT

Put me back a couple hundred years ago I am sure I would use every piece of that chicken, even suck the marrow out of the bones...

DoS [Battle Royale] October 12 2010 6:11 PM EDT

Put me back a couple hundred years ago I am sure I would use every piece of that chicken, even suck the marrow out of the bones...

Agree. Wouldn't it be wasteful not to use every piece that we can? Is it only wrong or gross because people don't know exactly what they are eating? Personally, I try to limit my consumption of processed meats.

Zenai October 12 2010 6:22 PM EDT

Fun shapes? Say hello to a fun OLD shape with a McDonald's twist!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I4peC31MgLE

Maybe Jamie should have tried that one.....lol

AdminQBGentlemanLoser [{END}] October 12 2010 6:38 PM EDT

You guys should watch a program we had on over here about our worst food. ;)

It wasn't water injected chicken breasts. It wasn't even Donner Kebabs.

It was (much like the nuggets) a processed sausage that had so little meat content it couldn't even be called a sausage.

At an expo, the presenter made some and offered them around to people. They ate and liked them...

Eliteofdelete [Battle Royale] October 12 2010 6:40 PM EDT

What did it have instead?

AdminQBGentlemanLoser [{END}] October 12 2010 6:47 PM EDT

From what I remember, mostly connective tissue, starch, and a bunch of other stuff. None of it good for you.

They had to called them 'bangers' because they couldn't legally call them sausages! ;)

QBPit Spawn [Abyssal Specters] October 12 2010 7:20 PM EDT

You mean like Jello GL? Thats connective tissue ;).

Why is it "bad" for you? It's certainly gross, but I'm sure some of the less desirable parts have useful vitamins/minerals that are of lesser quantities in the meat. Like liver is iron rich.

Victimizer [C and S Forgery Lmtd.] October 12 2010 7:34 PM EDT

For the most part, the hotdogs at hillshire contain very little meat, they are mostly salt and filler ingredients.

Guardian October 12 2010 8:40 PM EDT

hey chicken wazzup

Reignmaker [Battle Royale] October 12 2010 9:13 PM EDT

I wish they made my burgers that way :D

QBBast [Hidden Agenda] October 12 2010 9:23 PM EDT


Because if you contract mad cow that way, no one will know about that other thing?

Reignmaker [Battle Royale] October 12 2010 9:31 PM EDT

What's the other thing? Iron Man does not get Mad Cow disease, he gives it to cows when he eats them.

QBOddBird October 12 2010 10:42 PM EDT

Iron Man does not get Mad Cow disease, he gives it to cows when he eats them.





wat

AdminQBGentlemanLoser [{END}] October 13 2010 4:53 AM EDT

Why is it "bad" for you?

Becuas they had next to no nutritional value. I can't remember the details. ;)

The presenter went on to other types, and I caught the start of his 'Meat' episode. He wanted to find the worst and cheapest beefburgers, and what I saw found an economy range that had 47% Beef (the legal minimum. 52% is the EU minimum for Beefburgers, but 'economy' can go down to 47%), and 21% Beef Heart.

It was very interesting. ;)

I think his name was Alex Rilley, check him out on youtube (can't link anything due to swearing). Just search for 'Britain's worst Food' (or similar).

iBananco [Blue Army] October 13 2010 8:32 AM EDT

Why are you calling Iron Man a "he?" She's clearly Fe male.

Demigod October 13 2010 8:49 AM EDT

Does that mean she has a magnetic personality?

iBananco [Blue Army] October 13 2010 8:57 AM EDT

I'm sure she could conduct a few experiments.

QBPit Spawn [Abyssal Specters] October 13 2010 9:59 AM EDT

I would think heart would be better than regular meat given they are both muscle and the heart is the hardest working muscle. Probably very lean.

iBananco [Blue Army] October 13 2010 10:10 AM EDT

IIRC, heart is very high in cholesterol.

Gunny Pew Pew [Red Permanent Assurance] October 13 2010 12:51 PM EDT

+2 JS

QBPit Spawn [Abyssal Specters] October 13 2010 1:32 PM EDT

Heart does appear to be slightly higher in cholesterol (105 mg - 3oz for heart, 70-90mg - 3oz for ground beef). Other organ meats do appear to be rather high in cholesterol though (300+), especially brain (2000 +).

οΎ•The heart is a very concentrated source of CoQ10.

My friend tried those once and they smelled horrible so I've never tried them nor do I want to.

Reignmaker [Battle Royale] October 13 2010 1:38 PM EDT

lol @ JS -- you win again.

Reignmaker [Battle Royale] October 13 2010 1:39 PM EDT

If you happen to be Vietnamese like I am, chances are you eat cow heart and chicken heart by itself anyway (it sounds gross, but it's delicious). Chicken heart + fish sauce + rice = yum.

Victimizer [C and S Forgery Lmtd.] October 13 2010 2:26 PM EDT

I like deer heart, pan-fried with butter, mushrooms and onions on the side..

QBOddBird October 13 2010 5:25 PM EDT

Chicken heart + fish sauce...what about fish heart + chicken sauce?

IDK about any of those combinations, but I do like rice.
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