‘TV Chef’ Jamie Oliver Demonstrates How Fast Food Burgers Are Unfit for Human Consumption
An American chef named Jamie Oliver has launched a Food Revolution, and the celebrity chef’s latest target is McDonald’s hamburgers; however, it turns out that it may not be accurate to call them hamburgers at all, but rather ammonium hydroxide sandwiches.
Oliver has been exposing this matter for years, and as a result, many more human beings are aware of toxic ingredients that are used in fast food. What’s more, Oliver has created documentaries and TV shows to spread awareness even further, and he has given countless interviews to reveal even more specific hazards.
In the case of McDonald’s burgers, fatty parts of beef are “washed” in ammonium hydroxide—and eventually utilized as filling in the “finished product.” Worse yet, before this “washing” process, the beef is not even considered to be fit or safe for human beings to consume. More specifically, Oliver argues that, “Basically, we’re taking a product that would be sold in the cheapest way for dogs, and after this process is being given to human beings.” Indeed, burgers for less than a dollar don’t seem like much of a bargain at all if they are only a step or two away from being utilized in canned dog food.
Most people have probably heard of “pink slime,” but many people are unaware that Oliver coined the term, “Pink Slime Process.” Furthermore, Oliver is happy to explain his catch-phrase in greater detail whenever he gets the opportunity to do so: “Why would any sensible human being put meat filled with ammonia in the mouths of their children?” That’s really what it all boils—or “washes”—down to; are you OK with being part of a “process” that involves consuming cheap and fast food which has been bathed in ammonium hydroxide?
Are you OK with your friends, family members, and other loved ones being part of this process?
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