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What’s Behind (Or Inside, As It Would Be) The McRib

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Who am I to look down my nose at what you eat;  Frankly, the average person who spent any amount of time around a food processing plant would probably never eat that product again.

You’ve probably heard that the McRib – the sandwich that McDonalds rolls out every so many years “for a limited time” – is back.  For a limited time.

It’s obviously not a real pork rib.  But that also doesn’t mean that it’s not “real” pork, either.

So, what’s inside?

Click the link to the website below to see the McDonalds McRib “deconstructed”.  Makes for an interesting read.

 

Fast Food Facts | Deconstructing McRib : McDonald’s McRib sandwich deconstructed, photos.

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