Burger King Admits to Horse Meat; UK Beef Supply May Be Tainted

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In a surprising and unsettling statement, Burger King admits to horse meat possibly tainting burgers sold in both the U.K. and Ireland recently.

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    See this is the exact reason I choose to cook at home
    1: It's healthier
    2: I know what's going on my plate
    3: It's so totally cheaper

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    AH-HA

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    "Tainted" with horsemeat is a funny expression since it's common to eat horsemeat in Europe. But I agree if BK advertises their patties are 100% beef then they should be.

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    I am not surprised because the food kind of taste like crap anyway.

    Real burgers and other food would taste as good as it looks.

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    so don't be surprised if your girl friend will neigh after eating there.

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    The rest of the world eats horse meat on a regular basis. So what's the big freakin fuss? Come to Europe and have yourself a good bolony sandwich and you're sure to have some horse in yours! Face it, it's sooo tasty!




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