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  • primal... kfc?

    I'm vaguely horrified, but I think the grilled version of this is actually pretty primal:

    http://www.kfc.com/doubledown/

  • #2
    I'm... I'm going to make one of those right now.
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    • #3
      Wouldn't call it primal just because there are no grains. I'm sure the chicken is deep fried in crappy oils, or they slipped sugar or corn syrup in somewhere

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      • #4
        "Colonel's Sauce"....hm...someone didn't think that one through. LOL The pic doesn't look appetizing...I wonder what the grilled version looks like.
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        • #5
          I went into a KFC and asked the southeast asian behind the counter what they put on the grilled chicken, we had a communication breakdown, and I felt sorry for confusing her.

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          • #6
            ew i dont even wanna know the ingredients in the "chicken"
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            • #7
              The meat is soaked in a "secret blend" before grilling... I bet at least one of the "natural and artificial flavors" is sugar or MSG
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              • #8
                Haha, as primal as it sounds I'm incredibly leery of the quality of ingredients fast-"food" places use. I'll make my own. But only two pieces of bacon? Give me a break! I'll sandwich half a pound betwixt the breasts and go to town, slowly licking up every last drop of fat and savoring the sweet taste of fulfilling my primal urges...then I'll put the remaining half in-between the chicken breasts and have my sandwich too!

                (was that a bit too graphic?)

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                • #9
                  Confusing for those who didn't already have our minds in the gutter... but that was quickly remedied. lol
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Funkadelic Flash View Post
                    Haha, as primal as it sounds I'm incredibly leery of the quality of ingredients fast-"food" places use. I'll make my own. But only two pieces of bacon? Give me a break! I'll sandwich half a pound betwixt the breasts and go to town, slowly licking up every last drop of fat and savoring the sweet taste of fulfilling my primal urges...then I'll put the remaining half in-between the chicken breasts and have my sandwich too!

                    (was that a bit too graphic?)
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                    • #11
                      The grilled chicken still has hydrogenated oils and about 34895735857349 other ingredients I believe. Not primal in my opinion. This is the junk food industry's ploy. Set up and knock down the straw man so people will buy your "healthychoice". Grilled frankenfood is better than fried therefore grilled is healthy. Whole wheat is better than white bread therefore whole wheat is healthy, etc.

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                      Also I agree that such a sandwich is an insult to bacon. Mine would have ham bread and chicken in the middle.

                      And bacon in the middle
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                      • #12
                        How about woven bacon "bread", canadian bacon, bacon, and a pork chop?

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                        • #13
                          @ Darth To keep things tidy I'd probably keep the greasy bacon between the (relatively) dry pork-chops
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