Ground Beef Contains Pink Slime

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Ground Beef Contains Pink Slime

According to a U.S. Department of Agriculture whistleblower, 70 percent of all ground beef sold in stores contains "pink slime," beef trimmings that have had the fat removed and been treated with ammonia to kill bacteria. What do you think?

  • "That's fine as long as it's Pink Slime–brand pink slime. The generic stuff is no good."

    Bryan Lindsey
    Systems Analyst
  • "Why would anyone complain about free slime?"

    Daphne Kelly
  • “I forget—which are the bad colors of slime again?”

    Chad Green