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    The 70-ingredient cancer promoting McRib: It's not real food

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    The bun alone is enough to turn me off (trans fats = staff of life?)

    The sad part is it's fashionable for middle class folks to look down on McDonald's but the meat and bread at full service chain restaurants is more or less the same
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    I don't go to big chain restaurants. If there is ever a time I go to McDonalds or something like that it's only for icecream.
    the thing they pass for meat in those restaurants are almost like rubber... no thanks.
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    That article is pretty ridiculous. McD's may be crap but the frequent assertion that the ingredients will give you cancer is unfounded.
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    Holy wow!!

    Sugar meat on a fructose bun with some corn syrup sauce. McDiabetes Sammich…add a Coke and go all out.

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    Yeah, I mean no shit everyone knows McRib isn't good for you, but for f's sake, cancer? I don't think so.
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    To be fair, why wouldn't we think McRib causes cancer though?

    Cancer is part of the MetS cluster. McRib increases the markers of MetS. Therefore McRib causes cancer.

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    Here's what you do. I did this the other night to rave reviews.

    Get out the slow-cooker and put some pork tenderloin in there and let it go all day (with a little water.)

    When you get home from work, pull out the tenderloin and shred it with a fork. It should fall apart readily.

    Now, mix in some barbecue sauce. You might have to do this in a pan so you can heat it up if your sauce is cold from the fridge.

    Now serve this with pickles and onions just like you see on tv. For the non-paleos give them a bun. For you, just stick it in a bowl. Perhaps add some cheese if you like. So delicious! Grilled onions are good, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sbhikes View Post
    Here's what you do. I did this the other night to rave reviews.

    Get out the slow-cooker and put some pork tenderloin in there and let it go all day (with a little water.)

    When you get home from work, pull out the tenderloin and shred it with a fork. It should fall apart readily.

    Now, mix in some barbecue sauce. You might have to do this in a pan so you can heat it up if your sauce is cold from the fridge.

    Now serve this with pickles and onions just like you see on tv. For the non-paleos give them a bun. For you, just stick it in a bowl. Perhaps add some cheese if you like. So delicious! Grilled onions are good, too.
    Yes! I usually use pork loin roast, cheaper than tenderloin, but the sauce is what makes it. I like mine with pickled jalapeņos and chopped avocado. DH always wants a potato roll and DD wants a tapioca starch flatbread. It's so versatile in mixed company though.
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    I don't even look at fast food restaurant. My eyes do not even glance in that direction. Absolutely disgusting. My "fast food" restaurant = Whole Foods.

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