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Old 08-04-2011, 07:29 PM   #11
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I quit using it several years ago. It tastes exactly like cardboard to me.

At least now I won't be tempted again.
I certainly wouldn't stop eating a food entirely because of a recall issue. Not anymore than I would stop using Tylenol because of past problems. Or driving a Pinto... OK, I wouldn't drive a Pinto
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Old 08-04-2011, 07:33 PM   #12
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I certainly wouldn't stop eating a food entirely because of a recall issue. Not anymore than I would stop using Tylenol because of past problems. Or driving a Pinto... OK, I wouldn't drive a Pinto
Thought you drove a truck, Pac. Pinto wouldn't be on the menu!
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Old 08-04-2011, 08:25 PM   #13
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Thought you drove a truck, Pac. Pinto wouldn't be on the menu!
Yeah, I'm probably the cause of the Pinto's problems
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All it takes is one bad turkey. I've read that they grind thousands of them up at the same time, so it could potentially be in all of it. I guess its cheaper to throw out all that meat, than have to pay for court settlements.
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All it takes is one bad turkey. I've read that they grind thousands of them up at the same time, so it could potentially be in all of it. I guess its cheaper to throw out all that meat, than have to pay for court settlements.
Same with burger, or any other ground meat.
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Same with burger, or any other ground meat.
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