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Posted 18 July 2013 - 20:20
I definitely expected to see this article in a European news outlet and not USA Today. The way this guy writes the article you'd think Americans ate cheeseburgers for breakfast lunch and dinner. And cheeseburger flavor mixed into other foods? I can't say I've seen many cheeseburger flavored foods. Bacon perhaps, but not cheeseburgers. I think just the sheer amount of eating fast food is what makes burgers seem so popular. The only thing I've ever gotten cheeseburger flavored other than a cheeseburger is pizza. A friend and I built a cheeseburger pizza from this awesome pizza place down the road and it was pretty damn good, haha. Same ingredients really, just a different shape.
This I will pass on though.
Posted 18 July 2013 - 22:48
^ Typical of most canned soups here.
McDonald's sandwiches are less.
Posted 19 July 2013 - 14:43
Yeah it's pretty pathetic in my opinion as well. Our bodies get enjoyment from sweet things and these companies just pack their foods with it so kids get hooked. It's shameful but what can you do in a capitalist gone consumerist society.
Yes, I know. It's not exactly rocket science. That why I asked what the hell it's doing in soup, which shouldn't have ANY sweeteners in it!