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Beijing restaurant reuses leftover food   [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2014-8-15 14:45:14 |Display all floors
jay_dee Post time: 2014-8-15 09:30
I think a better use for that swill oil would be to use it as a biofuel for motorcycles, cars and tr ...

This is a very good idea, for once, Jay-Dee!

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Post time 2014-8-15 15:11:24 |Display all floors
coralbay Post time: 2014-8-15 15:04
And then when such sources are provided ... you disappear ... never to even discuss the topic?

"The stomach-turning news report quoted a veteran food professor as saying "about one in ten meals" at the country's restaurants is cooked with such dirty oil, a calculation based on China's annual oil consumption of 22.5 million tons."

This is the sosurce? You have to be kidding. Right? Come on!

No hard data, just the opinion of a "veteran food expert". What is that supposed to mean? Someone who has been eating out? What's his name? His position?



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longzhou Post time: 2014-8-15 14:45
This is a very good idea, for once, Jay-Dee!

Xie xie LZ.
And you have a happy day!
I'm just here for the money

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Post time 2014-8-15 16:02:48 |Display all floors
jay_dee Post time: 2014-8-15 07:57
People got sick, but the food was RECALLED by the factory.
Not the case in CHINESE SH!TTY Restaurant ...

But me do agree with you.

It's maked worse by have used too many times. I like China food since I am a young girl but we never keeped left overs only for the ducks.

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Post time 2014-8-15 16:47:29 |Display all floors
longzhou Post time: 2014-8-15 09:25
So? You mean no reliable source then? Just hear-say?

If I might jump in...

""You must have eaten the swill oil as well," asserted He Dongping, a professor on oil and toxin with central China's Wuhan Polytechnic University, and also a leading specialist with China's Food and Oil Standardization Administration"

I'd call that a reliable source to be frank. Named scientist, verifiable who has studied the issue.

Case closed.
Per Ardua Ad Astra

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