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cannondave t1_iw99pj2 wrote

In Europe (Sweden), they inject water into chicken to inflate the weight and price. They aren't allowed to do it normally, so they put salt in the water and call it "marinade" - that way they sell it as tendered chicken, or marinated chicken. It's hard to find chicken which is not 80% chicken and 20% added water. If it's deep frozen, you need to thaw it and throw the water away - if you put the chicken parts frozen into a container and into the oven, it will become soup and boil instead of grilled.


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cannondave t1_iwc95rw wrote

In Europe we have common laws for food regulation, and then we have national laws regulating food as well. Just like in the US you have federal and state. It's literally like writing "In the US (California) stuff works like this and that". A california resident might not know exactly what laws are federal and what are state, but they are applicable just the same. It's just like here in the EU (Sweden).


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cannondave t1_iwea333 wrote

You're right, I'm glad you were intelligent enough to understand I meant the EU. But also unintelligent enough to waste everyone's time arguing about it.


CckSkker t1_iweav4g wrote

>"Perhaps the EU."

He meant the EU boomer