It appears that the seasoned beef at Taco Bell really isn't...
Attorney Dee Miles said the meat mixture contained just 35 percent beef, with the remaining 65 percent containing water, wheat oats, soy lecithin, maltodrextrin, anti-dusting agent and modified corn starch.
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I don't personally eat at Taco Bell, but in a pinch I will get a burger (without the bun) at Cook Out. I also used to eat at Chipotle occasionally until I found out that everything is cooked in soybean oil. Now I go to Qdoba if I can. It's very similar to Chipotle without the soy.
I've seen some questions about good places to eat out, but what are some of the places that might seem innocuous but should be avoided at all costs?
To answer your question: the cereal aisle!
Along the same lines as beef that's not beef, here's 5 "blueberry" products that don't contain actual blueberries:
I've known for years Taco Bell cut their beef with oatmeal.Many restaurants stretch their ground meat with bread crumbs or some similar filler.However, at only 35%, how can they legally call it beef anymore?
This is just disgusting.Think about all of the Celiac's out there who try to avoid gluten like the plague, only to be foiled by the "meat" fake-out.
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