As of 2014, McDonald's claims to use pure beef along with ketchup and seasonings to make its burgers. Until 2012, according to ABC News, McDonald's used a beef product in burgers treated with ammonium hydroxide to kill bacteria like E. coli. This product is only used for pet food in the United Kingdom and is often referred to as pink slime in the United States.Know More
The ingredients that are in these products cause concern to health-conscious people. Much of the beef used in the United States still contains pink slime, and consumers want to know where McDonald's gets its beef.
Many ingredients in condiments and buns are known to cause obesity and are even toxic. BHT, which is used in the buns of burgers, is toxic to the brain and nervous system. Potassium sorbate, found in McDonald's pickles, is linked to studies that show damage to human genetic material. When genetic material is damaged, diseases such as cancer occur. McDonald's ketchup contains MSG, which is used in lab tests to create obese animals for testing.
McDonald's own website has a tool that allows consumers to see what ingredients are included in each burger. Clicking the ingredient itself allows consumers to see what is in that ingredient specifically.Learn More
As of 2014, JELL-O gelatin is available in 19 flavors, including Apricot, Berry Blue, Black Cherry, Blackberry Fusion and Cherry. Grape, Lemon, Lime, Margarita and Melon Fusion are also available, along with Orange, Peach, Pina Colada, Island Pineapple and Raspberry. Other flavors include Strawberry, Watermelon, Strawberry Banana and Tropical Fusion.Full Answer >
Subgum wonton soup is a type of wonton soup with additional and varied ingredients. Subgum could mean the addition of seafood, mixed vegetables or other additions to the normal recipe of Chinese wonton soup.Full Answer >
There are a few different ways to reheat corn on the cob. The ear of corn can be placed in a microwave with a cup of water and cooked for about 2 minutes on high. It can also be wrapped in a wet paper towel in the microwave.Full Answer >
Some potential cures for backfire occurring through a carburettor or a muffler are to change fuel brands or taking time to idle the engine to a neutral speed before shutting it down. Another cure could also be to check any attached anti-afterfire solenoid to see if operation has been compromised, as well as optimizing the carburettor itself to get the best performance.Full Answer >