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(USA Today)   The Tyson Foods / Robot Chicken crossover turned out to be a bad idea   ( divider line
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2019-03-22 09:20:23 AM  
So they just advertise them with a star callout saying, "Fortified with iron!"

CSB: My wife and I were eating at a diner many years ago.  I don't remember all what we ordered but hers came with coleslaw.  My wife had already taken a bite and swallowed before, as she was forking up her next bite, she noticed there were shiny bits in it.  Turns out that somehow, there were aluminium shavings all through the coleslaw -- on the plate and in the pre-packaged bag they dished it out from.  We have no idea if my wife actually ingested any, though she had no complications that we know of afterwards, but our meals were comped, anyway, and I presume they stopped serving any more coleslaw at that point.

At least, I hope they did.
2019-03-22 01:09:14 PM  
So how about cyborg meatball instead?

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2019-03-22 01:27:40 PM  
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2019-03-22 01:52:10 PM  
Tyson's x-ray machines and metal dectors must don't work
2019-03-22 03:19:29 PM  
> The affected products include buffalo and crispy style ready-to-eat products that were produced on Nov. 30, 2018,

Since they are "fully cooked" I guess you could eat them frozen from the bag or let them thaw first. Tyson doesn't mention these options but seems to indicate that you are supposed to warm them up before eating with their How to Cook instructions.​d​-chicken-strips-buffalo
2019-03-22 05:41:40 PM  
I have to wonder if it was processed at the plant in my town.

Why yes, there is a faint odor of rotten chicken from the plant 3 miles away.  Why do you ask?
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