hold the stir-fry, please

UGH!

It appears that in China human hair has been used as a base for soy sauce production in at least one facility.

“By producing soy sauce from such raw materials, the producers were said (to be) able to cut costs by half. Workers employed at the plants, however, never bought soy sauce marked as ‘blended’ on the packaging, because that usually meant that human hair was the basic material in the sauce.”

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9 comments
  1. Anonymous said:

    Jaleh says: Eww! Eww! Eww!

  2. Anonymous said:

    Isn’t it wierd how this can blow your mind but hot dogs some how seem ok? Nasty.

  3. Anonymous said:

    Jaleh says: I never claimed to like hot dogs. They gross me out too.

  4. sarah said:

    nope. i feel the same way about hot dogs. actually, even veggie hot dogs weird me out a little…

  5. Anonymous said:

    I DO NOT REALLY THINK IT MATTERS WHAT IS IN THE FOOD WE EAT.AS LONG AS IT
    TASTES GOOD.WE AS AMERICANS SEEM TO COMPLAIN ABOUT ALOT OF THINGS.WE SHOULD
    THINK ABOUT THE PEOPLE IN THIS WOR;D THAT WOULD GIVE ANYTHING FOR A HOTDOG
    WITH SOY SAUCE ON IT.

  6. sarah said:

    if the sole issue is nutrition, then in that instance even the taste matters little. everyone should have an adequate supply of wholesome food. in this article the soy sauce was brewed in China for domestic use. that said, i find nothing wrong with wanting to avoid food products produced using human parts.

  7. Anonymous said:

    I AM CURRENTLY AVOIDING BEING FORCE-FED A HOT DOG WITH SOY SAUCE ON IT BY ARMED ENFORCERS FROM THE SYMBIONESE LIBERATION FRONT. AS AMERICAS WE ARE TOLD THAT WE NEED TO SAY “Hey, thanks, man.” WHENEVER THESE FORCE-FED HOT DOGS COME AROUND, BUT I SAY “What? Fuck that!” TO THAT PARTICULAR SCENARIO BECAUSE GEORGE W BUSH IS MY PRESIDENT AND IF YOU ARE FOR THE HOT DOGS WITH HUMAN HAIR SOY SAUCE THEN I HAVE A FEW THINGS I’D LIKE TO TELL YOU ABOUT THE PARTICULARS OF MOST FAVORED NATION TRADING STATUS WHILE EATING MY DAAL THIS EVENING.

    P373

  8. Winnie said:

    My mom always warned me not to buy food products from China, and now I know why. >_

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