[–] [deleted] 1 point 25 points (+26|-1) ago  (edited ago)

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[–] HighEnergyLife 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

Eat meat, lift heavy shit, don't whack it to porn.

That should be men's new religion

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[–] Wowbagger 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

Lost 8 pounds and put on a little muscle with keto diet and punching bag/calisthenics. 15 more to go. May have to either dial back the cardio or add some carbs. I've been getting faint.

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[–] ButterBeater9000 0 points 6 points (+6|-0) ago 

It's probably water/salts you're lacking. Lots of spinach, lots of salt, lots of water. It'll help a lot with that. Also take a magnesium/zinc supplement.

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[–] florby 2 points 1 point (+3|-2) ago 

Cardio is a waste of time, and sometimes even counterproductive. Do weights and only weights. Stay off the carbs, they are poison.

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[–] christcucks_traitors [S] 0 points 19 points (+19|-0) ago  (edited ago)

BTW, Subway itself will claim "Our chicken is made with 100 per cent chicken ", but will not say their chicken is made only of chicken. Notice the word game. Made with 100% chicken just means they used chicken at some point in the production process.

Probably best to avoid mystery meat, fren!

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[–] Talc 0 points 8 points (+8|-0) ago 

it actually means they used 100% of the chicken, its feet, its beak, its bones and intestines, even its asshole. it's a confession of the low quality of their product spun to sound like a good thing.

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[–] Dr_LeeroyJenkins 0 points 9 points (+9|-0) ago 

You are both correct.

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[–] watitdew 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

i mean, chicken feet are great in a stock, and the chinks eat them.

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[–] christcucks_traitors [S] ago 

No, it means that the meat they put in their "chicken" is 100% meat, but half of their "chicken" is still soy.

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[–] Kill-Commies 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

its like the taco bell debacle years back. "Taco bell's beef", its not really beef and they couldn't legally call it that, but they can call it "taco bell's beef".

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[–] Zoldam ago 

The sentence is a bit creepy when you think about it. It implies there is chicken that is not 100% chicken.

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[–] heretolearn ago 

it's legal. why isn't the wording changed

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[–] Gorillion 0 points 8 points (+8|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Start replacing your money with bits of paper with "IOU" written on them.

"Hey, it's just as good!"

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[–] AinzOown 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

It's fucked up and all, but if you actually believed that shit they served was chicken I have a bridge to sell you.

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[–] englishwebster 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

ahh the CBC - canadas propaganda department.

articles like this (which are true by the by) piss me off because this story is sandwiched between the one telling me I should let my child choose his own gender and the one telling me if I dont give my taxes over to muslims im a racist.

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[–] Calculations 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

No offense but subway is bottom of the barrel dog shit trash food. Why do people expect to pay minimal pricing for anything but pure dog shit.

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[–] Wowbagger 1 point 2 points (+3|-1) ago 

While I agree that Subway serves subpar chicken that's infused with soy I'd like to point out a flaw in this arbitrary test. Testing for DNA concentrations is not the same as testing the material itself and so they've drawn the wrong conclusion if they say half the "chicken" itself is soy. The issue here is that soy concentrate is used as a preservative for cheap chicken like what Subway serves and plant cells, in general, hold much more DNA than animal cells. In other words, of course if you measure the DNA you're going to find much more soy than chicken since it's literally sprayed with a concentrate of plant cells. This doesn't mean the meat itself is more soy than chicken. It's still terrible for you compared to eating a fresh chicken breast but it's not half soy.

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[–] MrDarkWater 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

You don't think they know that?

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[–] Wowbagger ago 

Perhaps the people who did the test do but a lot of people read this article and others derived from it and come away with the impression that the meat itself is literally 50%+ soy. I don't want my fellow goats to be misinformed. It's an important distinction. Eating a sandwich with this chicken, although it's definitely soy-ish and not ideal for you is not equivalent to, say- eating an equivalent volume of edamame when it comes to detrimental effects of soy. Come to think of it though, I'd sooner have the edamame with some giant salt grains on it over eating that "bread" and "meat".

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[–] illbrbwithmyflipflop 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

PSA: there's a subvoat called v/PSA

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