It seems those chicken nuggets you just finished munching on may not be what you thought you were eating after all.
Researchers conducting an ‘autopsy’ of chicken nuggets in two fast food chains in the Mississippi have gone on to discover that chicken nuggets do contain chicken, but not necessarily the parts you would normally crave and then some…
The first chicken nugget tested told researchers were made up of f about 50 per cent muscle tissue from the breast or thigh and the rest was made up of unpalatable parts: fat, blood vessels, and nerves. Can everyone scream scrumptious now…
The second chicken nugget was even worse with out 40 per cent muscle, with the rest being made up of fat cartilage and bone. Extra yummy tummy…
Interestingly researchers decided naming the fast food chains they went on to conduct their study on.
Told Dr Richard D deShazo, the study’s lead researcher, ‘What has happened is that some companies have chosen to use an artificial mixture of chicken parts rather than low-fat chicken white meat, batter it up and fry it and still call it chicken,’
‘It is really a chicken by-product high in calories, salt, sugar and fat that is a very unhealthy choice. Even worse, it tastes great and kids love it and it is marketed to them.’
But it tastes great. Bingo mum. I want a bucket immediamento!!
While some may pause for caution, Ashley Peterson, a representative of the National Chicken Council, tells that with fast food chains readily posting information on the good shit (if you bother to look of course) customers are rarely fooled.
‘Chicken nuggets tend to have an elevated fat content because they are breaded and fried. But it’s no secret what is in a chicken nugget.’
Shouldn’t you be munching on the good shit tonight too…?