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  • Cailyn Burns

    That's not ice cream -- This is what chicken nuggets look like at the processing plant. The above photo is actually a shot of Advanced Meat Recovery (AMR). AMR is the process in which machines scrape the remaining meat bits of meat off bones and turn them into a bright pink paste. The paste is then turned into chicken nuggets, bologna, hot dogs, and other processed meats depending on the source animal. Son of a gun- now I'll never be able to eat McDonald's chicken nuggets again :(

  • Gloria Dennison

    McDonald’s Chicken Nuggets - mechanically separated chicken. It’s how all fast food chicken is made. Processed frozen chicken in the stores is also made from it. The entire chicken is smashed and pressed through a sieve-bones, eyes, guts, and all. Hence the 'pink slime' pic. Then it is soaked with ammonia to kill bacteria. Artificial flavors and colors are added. But hey, at least it tastes...

  • Annie McLaughlin

    This is mechanically separated chicken. Fastfood chicken, nuggets, patties, processed frozen chicken in the stores.The Entire chicken is smashed,pressed through a sieve (bones, eyes, guts.) It comes out like this. It’s crawling with bacteria so it gets washed & soaked in ammonia, Then reflavored artificially. since it is weirdly pink, it will be dyed with artificial color. IS THIS ACTUALLY TRUE ?!

  • Aly McClure
    Aly McClure • 3 years ago

    Hey, why don't you actually use a real picture instead of misrepresenting the truth. Honesty. Just a thought...

  • Gregg McBride
    Gregg McBride • 3 years ago

    That is a real picture, Aly. It's from Jamie Oliver's website. He was one of the first to expose pink slime's use in school lunches.

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