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The Making of the McRib

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Wes Bellamy is a teacher from Charlottesville, Virginia who also runs a youth services nonprofit. When he saw a photo on Twitter of a McDonalds McRib sandwich without the sauce, Bellamy sent out a Tweet mildly expressing his disgust for its appearance. Afterwards, the McDonalds Corporation invited Bellamy to travel to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma to visit a plant in which the McRib is produced. This footage is of his visit.

What do you think? Do you eat at McDonalds, and if so, would you eat a McRib? -Via Viral Viral Videos


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The audio/CC for the video doesn't work where I am at the moment. While there are some possibly legit complaints about modern processed meat, I do see a few too many reactions that amount to more baseless disgust. What is especially sad is when it comes from chefs that complain about the scrap meats and bones being used in some processed goods, but still use stocks and offal made from the same animal parts.
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Very shrewd PR effort by McDonald's! Probably worth pointing out that there have been issues with use of antibiotics, gestation crates, etc., in the process of what brings that meat to the processing plant. In fairness to McDonald's, gestation crates are being phased out -- they're already illegal in some places. Additionally, you get a hearty helping of sodium in a McRib. Just trying to bring some balance to the PR.
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