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Mum..MUM!!! where are you mum.. 
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Plenty of these going round at the moment like the guy who eat 14 burgers and was admitted into hospital..the hospital said he is in a stable condition.. :keke: anyway have a look at this one.. :lol:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rv5dW_lZyzc


Tue Jan 22, 2013 20:44
 
 
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funny but very petty.

can't believe it made the news, if it was life threatening or at least dangerous to our health than fine.... but its neither.
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Fri Jan 25, 2013 12:40
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silent_lord wrote:
funny but very petty.

can't believe it made the news, if it was life threatening or at least dangerous to our health than fine.... but its neither.


With this thread now running and TBH I thought it had been ignored do you guys feel happy that your burgers and god knows what else might contain horse meat.. :?:


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i mean okay its horsemeat.... but its still meat and no one would know the difference unless you do a lab test.

its processed meat for a start, if you want a specific type of meat burger you go to a butcher... simples.
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Why use 4.5l of oil when 9l will do ??


Fri Jan 25, 2013 12:46
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silent_lord wrote:
i mean okay its horsemeat.... but its still meat and no one would know the difference unless you do a lab test.

its processed meat for a start, if you want a specific type of meat burger you go to a butcher... simples.


Yes there is the butcher aspect of it but how many mums on a tight budget and many hungry mouths to feed would be able to afford that luxury.. :!:


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very true... but theres also the fact that;

cheap processed meat products - known fact its usually leftovers mixed together. hence cheap

if you want quality, like everything in life you pay extra. you want cheap, you take the risk that a beef burger may in fact be anything but beef.

i always have both, both taste good, but the fresh/butchers always taste better.
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Why use 4.5l of oil when 9l will do ??


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I live off burgers. The box says 100 percent beef. Granted it doesnt say what part(s) are in it. But it tastes good so thats all im bothered about
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