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    Burger King's "impossible" Burger

    "Now, let’s compare the estrogen hormone in an impossible whopper to the whopper made from hormone implanted beef. The impossible whopper has 44 mg of estrogen and the whopper has 2.5 ng of estrogen. Now let me refresh your metric system. There are 1 million nanograms (ng) in one milligram (mg). That means an impossible whopper has 18 million times as much estrogen as a regular whopper.
    Just six glasses of soy milk per day has enough estrogen to grow boobs on a male. That’s the equivalent of eating four impossible whoppers per day.
    You would have to eat 880 pounds of beef from an implanted steer to equal the amount of estrogen in one birth control pill."

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    Re: Burger King's "impossible" Burger

    Good let those dumb enough to eat it to turn into cucks even more than what they already are.

    At least they wont have the balls to argue or protest on the streets for muh equality or against toxic masculinity.

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    Re: Burger King's "impossible" Burger

    My Billy Burgers are all natural 100% USDA unsuspected Grade A.

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    Billy Burgers put hair on your balls!

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    Re: Burger King's "impossible" Burger

    How many Impossible burgers till one starts to lactate?
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    Re: Burger King's "impossible" Burger

    Quote Originally Posted by Knarley Bob View Post
    How many Impossible burgers till one starts to lactate?
    No joke! I pay a premium for organic! They pump cattle full of all kinds of shit!

    Food for thought, I have a friend that lives in Kansas, he told me that Mc Donalds brokers seek out defective cattle with tumors and cancer to lower the bottom line for their restaurants! They must save a fortune purchasing down wind cattle that have been grazing on atomic fallout isotopes for generations! Cesium'yum, Strontium'yum, and Plutonium'yum! The land of two headed cows!

    Bon appétit!!!


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    Re: Burger King's "impossible" Burger

    A cause for some concern but looks like a bit of an exaggeration to me.
    https://www.extremetech.com/extreme/303871-no-the-impossible-whopper-wont-make-men-grow-boobs

    You shouldn't be eating fast food like burger king on a regular basis anyway.

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    Wonder if the "Burger King" will start sporting "moobs"?
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    Re: Burger King's "impossible" Burger

    Quote Originally Posted by Knarley Bob View Post
    Wonder if the "Burger King" will start sporting "moobs"?
    How about a horror flick called Burger Thing? A plot where people mutated into blobs from eating Burger Things? Oh wait, we already have that, in reality!
    Illegal immigration is really a plot to re balance the planet from all the overweight people, gets any worse we're gonna wobble of the axis!

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    Re: Burger King's "impossible" Burger

    Quote Originally Posted by mgtower View Post
    Illegal immigration is really a plot to re balance the planet from all the overweight people, gets any worse we're gonna wobble of the axis!
    Ha, I think I'm going to use that line. But, in the case of the USA, shouldn't we be emigrating instead, based on how fat they say we are?
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    Re: Burger King's "impossible" Burger

    Quote Originally Posted by Unboxxed View Post
    Ha, I think I'm going to use that line. But, in the case of the USA, shouldn't we be emigrating instead, based on how fat they say we are?
    I'm right where I'm supposed to be, keeping and maintaining balance to my life in a world full of extremely intoxicated people wobbling and falling all around me!

    Unfortunately, sin is in! Morality is out! It's a lonely place, I'm just one man sitting on a teeter totter with a cement block stretched out as far as I can reach, just to maintain balance here in fruitloop central! The only other place I belong is on a glacier somewhere in Swiss Alps!

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    Re: Burger King's "impossible" Burger

    Here’s what c|net has to say on the subject

    https://www.cnet.com/how-to/impossib...-need-to-know/

    To hold everything together, Impossible Foods uses methylcellulose, a bulk-forming binder that also serves as a great source of fiber.
    Methylcellulose has a wide variety of uses including construction materials. More can be read here:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Methyl_cellulose

    As for flavor, well, this is where things get interesting. Impossible Foods employs heme as the main flavor compound in its burger.

    The Impossible Burger contains heme from the roots of soy plants, in the form of a molecule called leghemoglobin. Food scientists insert DNA from soy roots into a genetically modified yeast, where it ferments and produces large quantities of soy heme.
    I don’t know about you, but I have great concerns about genetically modified anything in my food.

    What's the deal with glyphosate?

    … but some consumers worry about traces of glyphosate in Impossible Burgers, which comes from those genetically modified soybeans.

    Glyphosate is an herbicide that's been linked to a significantly increased risk of cancer, but the US Environmental Protection Agency says the herbicide "is not likely to be carcinogenic to humans." Conflicting evidence and statements abound across research studies and regulatory agencies.

    Moms Across America, a large consumer advocacy group that is anti-GMO, says it tested Impossible Burgers at Health Research Institute Laboratories and found "highly dangerous" levels of glyphosate in the patties.
    Also from the same article, coming soon Impossible Pork, Bacon & Seafood.
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    Re: Burger King's "impossible" Burger

    Simple observation, humans are terrible at assessing risk especially when it comes to the unknown.

    https://www.cbc.ca/life/culture/you-re-afraid-of-the-wrong-things-what-evolution-made-you-scared-of-versus-what-actually-might-kill-you-1.5086576

    How many people will walk into burger king and avoid the impossible burger on the basis that it MIGHT be bad and order a meal that's definitely bad. Loaded with trans-fats, salt and washed down with half a litre of soda containing around 10 spoons of sugar ?

    Similarly I bet the people who are the most vocal against GMOs, Glyphosate etc Smoke tobacco, drink alcohol, don't exercise, are overweight, get sunburned etc at exactly the same rates as the general population.









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    Re: Burger King's "impossible" Burger

    Quote Originally Posted by stanmsl View Post
    Simple observation, humans are terrible at assessing risk especially when it comes to the unknown.

    https://www.cbc.ca/life/culture/you-re-afraid-of-the-wrong-things-what-evolution-made-you-scared-of-versus-what-actually-might-kill-you-1.5086576

    How many people will walk into burger king and avoid the impossible burger on the basis that it MIGHT be bad and order a meal that's definitely bad. Loaded with trans-fats, salt and washed down with half a litre of soda containing around 10 spoons of sugar ?

    Similarly I bet the people who are the most vocal against GMOs, Glyphosate etc Smoke tobacco, drink alcohol, don't exercise, are overweight, get sunburned etc at exactly the same rates as the general population.
    I agree, people ARE terrible at assessing risk of the unknown, I think maybe that's the point, or at least a good part of it.

    Fear of the unknown is one of our most basic instincts, and for bloody good reason. It keeps you from doing stupid shit that can get you killed or injured.

    When you see an advertisement claiming ‘scientific studies show…’ do you ask yourself what scientific studies? How were they carried out? Who carried them out? Who is paying for the study? What is the motivation behind the study? Without this information all their claims are less than meaningless and in fact can be dangerously misrepresentative.

    When you see an ad saying 135 people out of 143 showed no symptoms do you think hey, those are pretty good figures or do you ask yourself why is there a sample of 143 people? Who picks a number like that? How are these figures being manipulated to show their product in a good light?

    As for the link you chose to justify your position, all I can say is while Mr. Orians makes some interesting points and observations he totally lost all credibility with me with this quote:

    Evolution makes you scared of: Immediate short-term threats

    What actually kills you: Climate change (and other long-term threats).
    Getting back to the point of the thread though, what would you rather eat, real meat coming from real animals or some processed muck created in a lab? Or maybe you’re vegetarian/vegan so you want an alternative, fair enough.

    Whatever the reason feel free to take the risk, for myself I’ll stick with what has sustained humanity for thousands of years and only became a prolific problem when the food industry got involved and started to tell people natural is bad, chemical alternatives are good. I wonder what their motives are. Could it be that the chemical alternatives are cheaper to produce once the research is done?

    So too much red meat, sugar etc. is bad for you, well duh! Too much of anything is bad for you, that is the very definition of too much.

    I will however give them kudos for trying to find alternatives. Maybe in fifty or a hundred years’ time they’ll be proven right or wrong, but that’s too late for me so I’ll continue to do my best to eat and drink what I know isn’t going to kill me so long as I do so in moderation.
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    Re: Burger King's "impossible" Burger

    I was watching a video of people making homemade wood pellets, they used pulverized soybeans to hold the sawdust together.

    I wonder if it's something like that? If people reject them and cause a surplus of impossible meats, I'll be in the market to purchase pennies on the dollar and make my own fuel pellets! I'll call it Tower's impossible fuel pellets! Smells like grandma's cookin'! We have bacon, beef, and fish aromas!

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    Re: Burger King's "impossible" Burger

    My question:
    If one is a veegan, why would you eat food that tastes like meat?
    If one is a carnivor, why eat plants disguised to taste like meat?
    It makes no sense, would one go out and buy a T-bone that tastes like broccoli?
    As I understand it, the more food is processed, the worse it gets.
    In theory, one could take dog poop, process it long enough to taste like apple pie! I'll stick to the real stuff, thank you.....
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    Re: Burger King's "impossible" Burger

    Yes process foods whether vegan or meat has a lot of variables.

    That is why free range poultry, pork and beef or raw veggies/fruit are the best.

    Personally speaking I find that I can sit down and eat broccoli, cauliflower and carrots in their raw form just fine. Once the veggies are cooked, steamed or baked it loses a lot of nutrients and crunch.


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