+ 0 Votes Looks like boxfiddler Moderator 3 years ago I'll be avoiding fast food altogether from here in... :-& + 0 Votes I saw an ad that pisses me off... AnsuGisalas Updated - 3 years ago It was for some sort of "gainomax" gym "product", saying: "What do you have in your Gym bag?" and "Bananas are for monkeys"... Selling some sort of bogus candybar, telling people how it's "uncool" to use the natural(ish) alternative. And turns out, plain old milk is a better recouperation beverage than any of those "special recouperation beverages" they sell, too; because that's just sugared water with bogus catchphrase additives. Bulldung is for beetles, is what I say. + 0 Votes Go to a butcher AV . 3 years ago My butcher tells me stories about what they do with meat that will keep me from going anywhere else for meat forever. How else can fast food places make a profit? I mean, they have a dollar menu. What does anyone think they're getting for a dollar nowadays? Ammonia in burgers is probably better than no ammonia. Think about that and also why the USDA thinks its fit for human consumption. Ugh. They're treating us like cattle. AV + 0 Votes I would just sugest .Martin. 3 years ago that you stop reading about food, I know I will + 0 Votes And all these years NickNielsen Moderator 3 years ago I thought it was bad pickles. Glad I don't do fast food burgers any more... + 0 Votes "burger" AnsuGisalas 3 years ago a round "bread" cut in halves, with "meat" and "salad" put in between. Taste a hamburger nowadays, and you'd be at a loss to say how it ever became popular. An aside, when we went to Copenhagen we went into a Burger King (don't have those in Finland, only McD and the local Hesburger)... and it was so much better than those other two that it was as if these "burgers" had nothing in common, except maybe shape. And that was mostly about the better salad. + 0 Votes Good reading about "Food" ... drowningnotwaving 3 years ago "In Defense of Food" - Michael Pollan. This is an excellent, readable and practical(-ish) book. One exerpt from the introduction that says it all: Food. There?s plenty of it around, and we all love to eat it. So why should anyone need to defend it?Because most of what we?re consuming today is not food, and how we?re consuming it ? in the car, in front of the TV, and increasingly alone ? is not really eating. Instead of food, we?re consuming ?edible foodlike substances? ? no longer the products of nature but of food science. Many of them come packaged with health claims that should be our first clue they are anything but healthy. In the so-called Western diet, food has been replaced by nutrients, and common sense by confusion.