DailyDirt: Super Foods… To The Rescue

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While there are a lot of debates going around about the wisdom of genetically modified organisms, a bunch of food scientists are working with edible concoctions that aren’t GMOs. Traditional breeding of naturally-occurring varieties of fruits and vegetables can still produce some pretty amazing results. And ultimately, consumers are voting with their purchases — which is creating all kinds of food innovations. Here are just a few examples.

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Tom Landry (profile) says:

Re: McRib. Encore foods (catering to feed the lower-middle working class since who knows when) makes an entree that is exactly what Mac’s sells…..fake “grill” marks and all. Its sits in a pool of decent BBQ sauce. 6 “rib” sections per package. So if you want something that is probably made from the most disgusting things imaginable yet you still love the tasty goodness of this miraculous meat product, you don’t have to wait for Mac’s seasonal offering. McRib’s year ’round for ALL!

Edward Teach says:

"restructured meat"

Arrr, matey, I could not help but grin wolfishly when mine eyes beheld the term “restructured meat”. What manner of corporate milksop bethought of such a heathen term? Shiver me sides, “restructured meat” could be either a replacement for mine peg-leg, or the title of a mediocre “Mexican Bible” from days of yore!

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