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Posted on 04/30/2011 4:49:10 AM PDT by TigerLikesRooster
Top 10 Chinese Food Scandals
The massive stockpile of melamine-tainted milk powder seized from Chinese warehouses is the latest in a long line of food scandals. Here are 10 others:
By Peter Foster, Beijing
11:00AM BST 27 Apr 2011
Melamine Milk scandal
Pesticide-drenched yard-long beans
Lean meat powder pork
Toxic take-away boxes
(Excerpt) Read more at telegraph.co.uk ...
Meanwhile,we put Amish farmers in jail for selling raw milk.
mmmmmmmm sewer oil
This might be of interest........
I visited a large freezer warehouse yesterday and on their dock was a 40 ‘ refrigerated container load of premium extra large chicken paws. I learned that chicken paws are chicken feet but are labeled as paws to comply with Chinese nomenclature. The cartons were labeled in both English and Chinese. The product is shipped on a more or less continuing or regular basis.
Bootleg Milk Runners.
I almost forgot...... The USDA inspector was there applying USDA export approval seals
“Meanwhile,we put Amish farmers in jail for selling raw milk.”
The Amish aren’t buying out the Congress and the administration.
But they are earnestly worshipping God.THAT pisses off the current administration like no other thing...
I remember my mother skinning the chicken legs and then adding them to soup broth. They were then discarded.
Could they be used in the manufacturing of chicken broth or dog food? I imagine they contain a lot of collagen.
What in the world are chicken feet used for? Esp. a trailer load.
Probably adulterated with buzzard feet anyway.
I know it’s next to impossible to avoid Chinese foodstuffs but I won’t buy any edible products that I can identify as Chinese.
What in the world are chicken feet used for?
Avian collagen is used in skin care products and is being used in experimentation to help burn victims...
It is actually quite a remarkable product...
Oh, you mean what do PEOPLE use chicken feet for? I have no idea.
Meant to ping you to #14.
Lol. Start my day with a laugh. Thanks.
When you go to a movie theater in Asia it is not a bucket of popcorn but a bucket of chicken feet.
There is a small bit of meat to chew on as you watch the movie.
Barbequed if I remember correctly, not bad!
A healthy alternative to fake butter soaked popcorn.
You may also try the flavored watermelon seeds.
I’m going downtown today for Dim Sum. Will definitely be having Tripe, and also Chicken Feet. Delicious!
Just about every toddler in the US drinks apple juice from China every day.
I’ve been waiting for a few years now of news reports stating how a couple of million kids has been poison by these people.
Rottsa Ruck !!
At least there’s a built in toothpick.
What? no botulinum beef? Whatever happened to one-stop shopping?
Looks like something from Roswell, NM. :)
I’m with you, on all points.
At the price being charged for ground beef, I would rather grind my own from whole muscle cuts. Lord knows what is in those plastic tubes called *hamburger*.
But, I grew up with whole, butchered chickens, only minus the feathers and the head. My mother would gut them and we would fight over who got the single large unlayed egg, which would be poached on a slotted spoon in the water already boiling for the soup. It tasted halfway between egg and chicken. The skin rolled down over the chicken legs like a stocking and the legs added body to the broth, from all the collegen.
THE best chicken soup, ever.
I think you forgot the roasted rooster heads. I picked one up once, not recognizing it, at a Lion Dance my class did for a local restaurant. My classmates got a great kick out of making me queasy. They told me that sea cucumbers were veggies, then told me the truth after I ate one.
Americans are eating chicken breasts, Chinese prefer feets, Russians are eating legs.
Exporting that is a good way to utilize all the chicken to get profit.
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