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McDonalds 6-piece Chicken Nuggets $0.99 every MONDAY!!! YMMV

stangnation305 2,801 June 14, 2010 at 11:31 PM in Your Mileage May Vary (YMMV) (2)

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just finished watching a commercial, that states that on Mondays throughout the summer, Mcdonalds will have their 6piece chicken nuggets for just $0.99!!! i dont know about you guys but it's about time!! EatDrool

NOTE: this is a YMMV, as most McDonalds deals.
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Quote from stangnation305 View Post :
that's all? ....look how much i had Eat Rock
costco sells a bagful of the so called chicken nuggets for under $10
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Quote from compusascam View Post :
costco sells a bagful of the so called chicken nuggets for under $10
yea but at Mcdonalds they are ready to need to put them in the oven, plus at costco i gotta pay for sweet & sour Mcdonald's it comes with my nuggets Evillaugh
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in costco you can get 5 gallon sweet & sour sauce for under $10. you are set for the rest of your life.
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in mother russia 5 gallons sweet & sour will have you for under $10... then they are set for the rest of your life.
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BUMP !!!
I sometimes forget to go on Mondays, But this should remind you guys too..
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This deal doesn't work, it ain't summer
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McDonald's Chicken McNuggets Made With Petroleum-Based Product

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Below is the cut-and-paste from your link. It is now safe to eat but try not to eat too much or else your will be a fat over weight chicken! LMAOLMAOLMAO
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UPDATE, 10/4/10: The story has been amended to reflect that although mass produced chicken nuggets at large may contain mechanically separated chicken, McDonald's famous McNuggets no longer do contain "mechanically separated poultry as defined by the federal government. The USDA now requires foods with mechanically separated poultry to be labeled as containing "mechanically separated chicken or turkey" in their ingredients lists.

Additionally, although "mechanically separated meat" may apply to turkey, chicken and pork, due to concerns over BSE, the federal government has held since 2004 that mechanically separated beef "is considered inedible and is prohibited for use as human food."
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Mechanically separated meat is present in hot dogs, cold cuts/sausages (salami, etc). Except for beef due to BSE/mad cow disease, it is not unsafe to eat, even though it is considered lower "grade" than cuts of meat. Hey, I consider nuggets nutritionally superior to these "premium" sausages and prime steak due to the obscene amount of fat in the latter items.

Given McDonalds' vast experience with mass food production methodology and sensitivity to PR issues, I trust them better at cooking their meat products thoroughly than the chefs at independent diners, chain restaurants or even school kitchens.

Here's more food for thought, on food safety standards at fast-food joints vs. school:
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TYSON poison not for me even if this shit was for free.
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Quote from MaicoWin View Post :
And I've only seen cherry pies in McCalifornia's. Everywhere else I've been only has the mediocre apple.
We have Cherry and Apple where I live on the regular menu.

They have Pumpkin pies for the holidays right now.

(not in California, thank goodness)
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