Thursday, May 10, 2007

It's What's For Dinner

So that's why it's so tasty:
Then there's mechanization. Machines, which can kill 70 birds per minute (three times more than just 10 years ago), are supposed to remove the intestines but more often than not wind up ripping the birds insides, spilling [ excrement deleted ] on the body cavity and equipment. "Fingers" on the machines which are designed to rip off the feathers, also pass feces, vomit and blood from chicken to chicken.

Then there is "fecal soup." Thousands of dirty chickens are bathed together in a chill tank, creating a mixture known as fecal soup that spreads contamination from bird to bird. Consumers pay for this fecal soup when they buy chicken, since up to 15% of US poultry weight consists of fecal soup.

Garsh, I'm kind of hungry all of a sudden.

via HealthBolt


Anonymous said...

Hmmm, hmmm... All of a sudden I've got a hankering for some pus, I mean "chicken", nuggets.

KO said...

The truth IS out there!