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Colonel Sanders’ Top Secret Causes a Stir After a Key Seasoning Ingredient in KFC is Exposed



One curious KFC patron claimed she was astonished to find out one of the fast food chain’s hidden ingredients because she thought the item had been outlawed.

So The Secret’s Out?

The New Zealander woman posted a picture of a spice packet with the caption, “COLONEL SANDERS’ RECIPE Kentucky Fried Chicken Seasoning.”

The infamous chain’s “secret herbs and spices” aren’t the only ingredients listed on the label, which also lists the contentious salt MSG (monosodium glutamate).

The client was incensed and expressed her fury on social media, which sparked a contentious discussion about the well-liked food.

She said on Facebook, “It’s like salt on crack.”

The news that MSG was the hidden ingredient in KFC’s original recipe chicken shocked some Facebook users, while others thought it was acceptable in moderation.

I’ve seen a couple stories about MSG or the syndrome from Chinese restaurants. Majority of it was a racist attack on ethnic communities by some people! Moderation is key here! The same thing as umami seasoning, a woman retorted.

Another person commented, “I’m positive that MSG has never been prohibited, and all the misconceptions regarding it being dangerous for you to have been debunked.”

KFC acknowledged using MSG.

The fried chicken company claims on its website that “some of our cuisines does include MSG, but rest assured, it’s only present at levels that are safe for the general population.”

It is a well-known flavour enhancer that naturally occurs in foods including cheese, milk, vegetables, fruits, and meat.

Food Standards Australia New Zealand claims to have studied MSG for four decades and found it to be safe.

According to the organization’s website, a 2003 study of the safety of MSG by Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) found “no persuasive evidence that MSG is a significant contributor in triggering systemic reactions resulting in serious disease or mortality.”

‘In Australia and New Zealand, no food additive — including MSG — is approved for use in food until its safety has been established by FSANZ. 

‘MSG and other glutamates are among a group of food additives that are generally permitted in foods, due to their safety.’ 

No food additive, including MSG, is authorized for use in food in Australia and New Zealand until FSANZ has determined its safety.

Due to their safety, a range of food additives, including MSG and other glutamates, are typically allowed in foods.

What is MSG?

Heap of monosodium glutamate on wooden spoon and dark background with text MSG

A flavour enhancer known as monosodium glutamate (MSG) is frequently used in restaurant cuisine, canned vegetables, soups, deli meats, and other foods. MSG is a food additive that is generally regarded as safe by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

However, there is still disagreement over how to use it. Because of this, the FDA mandates that MSG be disclosed on the label whenever it is added to food.

MSG has long been used as a food ingredient. The FDA has during the course of this time received several reports of alarming reactions that people have linked to eating foods that contained MSG. These symptoms, referred to as the MSG symptom complex, include:

  • Headache
  • Flushing
  • Sweating
  • Face pressure or tightness
  • Numbness, tingling or burning in the face, neck, and arms


YouTuber to Face Massive Jail Time



*WARNING!!! This article may have content that could upset readers or cause discomfort*

After posting the video of herself dining into the enormous bowl of soup, teacher Phonchanok Srisunaklua, whose YouTube channel is called Gin Zap Bep Nua Nua and translates to “Eat spicy and delicious,” provoked controversy last week.

A Huge Deal

After recording herself consuming a bowl of soup made from a protected species of bat, the YouTuber was taken into custody. The outrage over Phonchanok’s film was not about the dark brown soup or the tomatoes floating in it; rather, it was about the Lesser Asiatic yellow bats in the bowl. There are innumerable channels on the internet devoted to food and eating.

Getting Ratings

Phonchanok recorded herself dissecting the bats and dipping them in a sauce, calling them “delicious,” as if having the bats in the soup wasn’t enough. To the shock of the viewers, who lambasted her for putting herself “at risk,” she showed the bat to the camera, pointed out its teeth, and crunched down on the “soft bones.”

Since then, the video has been removed from the original page, and Phonchanok was detained for breaking the Wildlife Conservation and Protection Act with the video. She might now spend the next five years in jail or pay a $14,000 fine.

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Asda Employees, According to KSI, Are Peddling Prime Drinks at the Underground Market




According to KSI, staff at ASDA are selling energy drinks for a profit on the gray market, which is the source of the company’s frequent shortages.

Energy Drinks on the Black Market?

The YouTuber, 29, made the assertion in reference to his Prime Hydration energy drink, which was introduced in January along with fellow YouTuber Logan Paul, 27.

Although it is only $2, it turns out that the beverages are being resold on eBay for considerably more. As of the time of writing, one search turned up cans priced for as much as £13.85 per bottle.

The drink never appears to be accessible because ASDA staff members are selling it for a profit, according to KSI, who made this statement in an interview with The Fellas podcast that reappeared in a Dexerto report.

Man, it’s usually sold out, he remarked. Sincerely, it’s being sold on the black market.

“I sh** you not; Asda and the Arsenal stadium are the only places you’re supposed to receive Prime. However, people are purchasing it at gas stations.

Employees at Asda are no longer placing it on the shelves, he lamented. “They’re quietly shipping it out.

“What’s the point, they ask, if I place it on the shelf and it disappears right away? I’ll just sell it myself on the illicit market, f*** it.

That’s what they’re doing, bro, and people are earning money off of it because you can’t find it anyplace, KSI continued. It’s not like we aren’t providing enough; in fact, we are providing lots.

Employees at Asda are no longer placing it on the shelves, he lamented. “They’re quietly shipping it out.

“What’s the point, they ask, if I place it on the shelf and it disappears right away? I’ll just sell it myself on the illicit market, f*** it.

That’s what they’re doing, bro, and people are earning money off of it because you can’t find it anyplace, KSI continued. It’s not like we aren’t providing enough; in fact, we are providing lots.

According to CoventryLive, some ASDA stores limited the common beverage to three drinks in an effort to stay up with demand, but it still rapidly sold out.

The news source claims that some individuals, allegedly youngsters, are prepared to stand in line beginning at 5am to obtain the beverage.

Prime Hydration comes in 11 flavors, including Blue Raspberry, Grape, Orange, Lemon Lime, Tropical Punch, Ice Pop, and the seasonal, limited-edition flavor Meta Moon.

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Fans of McDonald’s Were Horrified to Learn What Was in the Sweet ‘n’ Sour Dip




The majority of us are aware of what we’re getting into when we order Maccies, right? Depending on your diet, you might also eat some meat, salt, and carbohydrates.

Shocking ingredient

You might be startled to learn that the Sweet ‘n’ Sour variation of fries and chicken nuggets is actually made of a rather unexpected fruit if you want your food with sauce on the side.

TikToker Evan-May Gillott (@evs kii), who shared this with us, was as astonished as the rest of the UK when she learned the “hidden” component.

She said: “Sweet ‘n’ Sour sauce, McDonald’s – am I the only one who didn’t know what fruit it’s made of? Have a guess.” in a video that has received nearly 350,000 views.

What then might it be? Recipes for sweet and sour sauce frequently call for pineapple juice, but what about mango, which is frequently used in a chutney?

You would be making a mistake if you choose one of these options. Evan-May revealed that it is actually an apricot.

She exclaimed, obviously astonished by the information, “It’s f***ing apricot… it’s an apricot.”

One person wrote: “I said mango SO confidently… I had no notion that it was even a fruit.” Hundreds of individuals have expressed their surprise.

The TikToker responded, “Honestly, I never really thought about it; I just ate it. However, while eating my chips, I was instructed to check the ingredient list, and I was shocked.”

Another person wrote, “Low-key thought it was pineapple,” and a third said, “I didn’t know it had fruit in it.”

Before you start asking, the answer is no, it is not one of your daily five.

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