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(LA Times)   Long John Silver's has the least healthful meal in America, according to people who have never been to a Cracker Barrel   ( divider line
    More: Obvious, Long John Silver, haddock, CSPI, type 2 diabetes, side dishes, meals, transfats, Center for Science  
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2013-07-02 02:36:41 PM  
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basemetal: About once a year, I just need some grease, man.

I feel the same way.

I eat that sort of thing once a year and spend the rest of the year digesting it, kind of like a fast food  python.
2013-07-02 04:09:24 PM  
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2013-07-02 05:33:17 PM  
1 vote:
My daughter loves Long John Silvers, I'm ok with it. The thing that really upsets me though is when they give me a piece of under done fish that has uncooked batter under the crust.
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2013-07-02 03:55:03 PM  
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I'm by no means a food snob. I often jones for fast food, and basically have pretty low standards for what I find palatable. That said, I had some LJS last year for the first time in probably 30 years. Had their fried fish and hush puppies meal.

Flavorless. Absolutely f*cking flavorless. It was like someone figured out a way to deep-fry the color white and sell it.

I added malt vinegar to the fish, and it had no discernible effect. I see the absurd sodium numbers in TFA, and I wonder... where? How can something with so much salt taste like a plate full of wet flour?
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