Watch Chef Jamie Oliver break down what is really in your Hamburger meat. McDonald’s tried to suppress this video.

Jamie Oliver breaks down Hamburger meat…McDonalds tried to supress this video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wshlnRWnf30

On the Season Premiere of Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution filmed in Los Angeles Chef Jamie demonstrates how 70% of America’s ground beef (Hamburger) contains pink slime containing e.coli and salmonella that has been treated with ammonia. Ammonia treated meat can be found in virtually all conventional grocery stores, fast food restaurants, many national restaurant chains, and school cafeterias. The saddest part is that the USDA allows this ammonia treated meat to enter the marketplace and with no labeling requirement on the packaging to inform the consumer that the meat their about to buy contains ammonia, thus hiding the truth and pulling a wool over the consumer’s eye. This is certainly a rude awakening to the majority of Americans that don’t know where the meat in their fridge, the meat in their conventional local grocery store, the meat in their fast food hamburger, and the meat in their restaurant made hamburger comes from.
Solution: Stop Eating meat.
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Nation 19 Magazine / APDTA sponsor’s Freestyle Session in Denver, CO!

Nation 19 Magazine / APDTA sponsor's Freestyle Session in Denver, CO!

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Nation 19 / APDTA is a proud sponsor of Freestyle Session in Denver, CO
The event is hosted by legendary B-Boy Crew Lordz Of Finesse and CROS1
Presented by Silverback Bboy Events & UDEF Pro Breaking Tour
August 2nd 2014 At Beta Night Club voted the #1 dance club in the US by Rolling Stone Magazine.

Denver is one of a few selected cities to host the Freestyle Session US Tour. Freestyle Session Denver will be a qualifying event for the world 3-v-3 finals to be held November 9th In San Diego, Ca.

Sponsors:
Puma
Nation 19 / APDTA
Dardano’s School of Gymnastics
Poetik Sol
Evers Construction
Rawh Brand
Brother Jeff’s Cultural Center
B Boy Factory
Sankofa Lecture Series

Prizes are as follows:
o $1,500 for first place
o $750 for second place
o $450 for third & fourth