Mcdonalds Hamburger Ingredients

February 1, 2012 by staff 

Mcdonalds Hamburger Ingredients, Today’s gross-out: McDonald’s has buckled to pressure from celebrity chef Jamie Oliver and eliminated ammonium hydroxide from its hamburger meat.
Ammonion hydroxide is the same ingredient used in household cleaners and fertilizers, even homemade bombs, though it is approved for food use by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

McDonald’s used the pink goop to convert inedible scrap meat into yummy hamburgers. McDonald’s acknowledged it stopped using “select beef trimmings,” a delicate term for ammonium hydroxide-soaked scrap meat ground into a pink paste, last year.

Until 2003, McDonald’s made its chicken nuggets similarly by processing everything into a slimy goop, then eliminating the bacteria with ammonia, adding flavor humans recognize as chicken-like before finally injecting artificial color to make it look like chicken. (It’s now made with actual white-meat chicken.)

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