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How to Turn Pork into Beef (11 pics)

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In China Beef is much more expensive than pork. Owners of the local restaurants use a special "beef extract" to make pork to look and smell like beef. Profit.

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№1 Author: compmaster (29 Apr 2011 00:40) Total user comments: 1871


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№2 Author: noxusrules (29 Apr 2011 01:59) Total user comments: 1052


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15 pretty sure that's not healthy 39
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№3 Author: raymond.wendt (29 Apr 2011 02:30) Total user comments: 9115


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I read about this. Not only is it not healthy, but it's illegal. It does make pork into a tender piece of steak though, barely distinguishable from regular beef when mixed into other recipes. Saw this on ChinaSmack.
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№4 Author: aronfl (29 Apr 2011 02:47) Total user comments: 280


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Gross
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№5 Author: DocMcCoy (29 Apr 2011 04:07) Total user comments: 6039


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They really invent new wats to fuck things up. Incredible. 15
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№6 Author: Jimmy Johnson (29 Apr 2011 05:26) Total user comments: 5518


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Wasn't it illegal for some name brand taco franchise to call their meat mixture "beef" the last few years?
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№7 Author: capt.huffnpuff (29 Apr 2011 06:42) Total user comments: 2801


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Jimmy, the name brand taco franchise won and the protester had to retreat from the fray. The best she could do was prompt them to label it as 75% beef, 25% proprietary ingredients, i.e., filler. It is legal because they didn't label it as 100% real beef. What franchise doesn't have its own "secret ingredients"? KFC? Coca-Cola? Whatever?
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№8 Author: mahedi (29 Apr 2011 08:53) Total user comments: 10772


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Mental satisfaction is their motto 05
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№9 Author: best giler (29 Apr 2011 09:28) Total user comments: 242


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Another "healthy" product discovery from China....
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№10 Author: Lord Dodo (29 Apr 2011 09:54) Total user comments: 2064


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Wayne Beef? a good pork steak is also good 04
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№11 Author: Jinxaruny (29 Apr 2011 10:03) Total user comments: 10324


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15 I'll just stick to regular beef thanks!
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№12 Author: Jimmy Johnson (29 Apr 2011 15:18) Total user comments: 5518


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Captn... Alright, 75% beef by-products (because the trimming were still cut from a cow) and 25% seasonings and fillers is considered "beef" then. How's pork made to look like beef different from a certain sub franchise selling seafood and "crab" when there was no crab in it?

Or any pizza maker selling "cheese" toppings when it clearly isn't cheese? Cheese substitutes are made from soybean, yeast, plant proteins, and other non-dairy ingredients at much lower cost than real cheese... PROFIT.
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№13 Author: 2fuzzy (29 Apr 2011 15:40) Total user comments: 10400


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I would be very concerned about what is in that liquid.
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№14 Author: MrMaj81 (29 Apr 2011 15:55) Total user comments: 774


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№15 Author: daveygg (29 Apr 2011 18:04) Total user comments: 74


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№16 Author: Lu (29 Apr 2011 19:17) Total user comments: 15082


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Anything to make a buck.
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№17 Author: TinklingMonkey (30 Apr 2011 01:55) Total user comments: 684


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gross...
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№18 Author: Nguyenazn (30 Apr 2011 03:03) Total user comments: 1144


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Please stop !
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№19 Author: Cewre (30 Apr 2011 07:03) Total user comments: 567


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Is this even safe to eat?
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№20 Author: jai9313 (30 Apr 2011 09:22) Total user comments: 894


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no way... it just wrong
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№21 Author: capt.huffnpuff (30 Apr 2011 09:43) Total user comments: 2801


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Jimmy, I commented on your remark about the taco franchise and its legality. The "crab" products are also labeled with such ingredients as "whitefish". In the US, we do have some measure of protecton and ingredient labeling laws. This pork junk is not sold in the US, as far as I know; if it were, it would to follow strict labeling guidelines. Peace.
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№22 Author: Jimmy Johnson (30 Apr 2011 22:59) Total user comments: 5518


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Captn - If strict labelling guidelines were followed in the US, then "Cheez Whiz" would be labelled "Cheese Analogy". "Miracle Whip" would be "Mayonnaise Substitute". Honey and maple syrup brands would be labelled "High Fructose Corn Syrup Blend". These items, along with most microwaveable food products, are all sold under false pretense of being something else.

I believe there was a legal challenge to the term "seafood and crab", as the sub franchise I mentioned now calls their seafood mixture "seafood salad" or just seafood, which basically can be anything. You're gonna go with "whitefish"... So "whitefish" could be polluck, sole, bass, carp, catfish, other crap, anything that isn't red tuna or salmon meat. Fish meat can be bleached white, just like ground beef and processed meats are artificially colored, so "whitefish" holds a broad spectrum definition.

Whether you consider beef flavored pork as 'mis-labelled', at least it's meat. It's just "seasoning." A certain US taco franchise pushes that very concept with bonus added "fillers". Peace.
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№23 Author: socrates (1 May 2011 01:37) Total user comments: 183


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even their beef is fake ...
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№24 Author: Pilgrim (1 May 2011 23:23) Total user comments: 2288


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№25 Author: elunicotomas (2 May 2011 13:52) Total user comments: 1680


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socrates,
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№26 Author: longci (11 May 2011 10:21) Total user comments: 144


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To us Chinese, this is no big deal. We are regularly eating things that are much more disgusting and poisonous than this.
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