Rats Taco Bell!!!!!!!

Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by KINGOFSHORTS, Jan 28, 2011.

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  2. * January 28, 2011, 6:19 PM ET

    Taco Bell: The Beef, It’s Real

    By Joanna Chung

    Earlier this week, we told you about a lawsuit that claimed the meat used in Taco Bell’s products wasn’t all beef.
  3. That's not going to be good for business.
  4. iprph90


    i am really befuddled.....you can eat quality food from the like of whole foods..ie pasture raised beef or wild caught seafood for the amount ($5-$8) folks spends at fast food joints.

    we are a nation of food and nutrition illiterates.

    a couple of years ago mcdonalds switched form cod or pollack to hoki in their fish-o-filet: would you eat this? its also a bottom feeder.

  5. Eight


    Wendy's Double Stacks are quite good really. If you ask for extra lettuce, pickles, onions and catsup they will put it on your burger for nothing. It's darned near a meal for a buck and some change. It's fine dining compared to that Taco Bell s^%t or McDonald's garbage..
  6. Actually Hoki or its sometimes called Rat Tail is a good eating fish and remember Cod also feeds on the bottom.
  7. trendo


    Re: Hoki
    A google search revealed the following: The fish tend to live in the middle depths of the water,The fish have dense white flesh which is rich in omega-3 acids, making it a good dietary choice. Studies on the hoki fishery have also suggested that the fish are a reasonably environmentally sustainable choice, for consumers who are concerned about fishery management.
  8. iprph90


  9. dealmaker


    Taco Bell unseats Burger King as No. 4 US restaurant chain
    Lovers of chalupas and crunch wraps have spoken: Taco Bell is now bigger than Burger King. The Mexican-themed chain eclipsed its burger rival in U.S. sales last year, becoming the fourth-largest domestic restaurant brand, according to a preliminary report by research firm Technomic. McDonald's, Starbucks and Subway held on to the top three spots. The company, owned by Yum Brands, has made inroads with indulgent fare, along with $1 items that appeal to budget-strapped millennials.(Ad Age)