Most Restaurant Steaks are Made From THIS Disturbing Meat Source!

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In the world of watch collecting, there are what is known as “Frankenwatches,” pieces that are stuck together from various old, unwanted parts.

They’re often sold fraudulently, and while you might feel a little sick to your stomach if you paid top dollar for what you thought was an original, I guarantee it won’t be as bad as a different sort of Frankenstein’d commodity.

Hang onto your lunch, folks. The Frankensteak is here.

Actually, it’s been here for a pretty long time and it shows that people will go to all sorts of crazy lengths to be deceptive and make as much money as possible.

So what exactly is a Frankensteak?

Well, dining halls and restaurants frequently use a process that takes bits and pieces of unwanted meat, sticks ’em together with meat glue and makes it look like a solid piece of meat.

I know what you’re thinking:

“No way is that possible, I would totally know!”

No. No you wouldn’t, because it’s scary convincing.

Take a look and see!

Brandon

Brandon Richard is a writer, musician and blogger. He loves thinking creatively and finding new ways of looking at the world.

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6 comments
Ken_Long - May 1, 2016

I’ve worked as a waiter all my life and I’ve never seen anything that even comes close to this. Meat scraps are used for hamburger. Even scraps from good cuts of meat are just added to the ground beef or cooked into something else. Maybe there’s some low end places that buy this kind of stuff as steak, but no employee would stand for it.

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    britain - May 28, 2016

    LOL, a waiter? That is what they call the drive up attendant at McDonald’s now? Maybe if you found a decent job, you wouldn’t need the Bern. Man, what a loser.

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      Ken_Long - May 28, 2016

      You really dont know the difference? A good high end waiter can easily make 50-100K or more. Depending on how much they work of course. I’ve always preferred less work more fun.

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DaveOD - May 4, 2016

I’ve seen glued together “filet” in grocery stores, but the seam lines are obvious. I don’t think it’s fooling anyone.

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Syrita Barbera - May 4, 2016

Is he talking about Arbys???

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Bali Wellness Retreat & Travel - May 5, 2016

This is horrifying!

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