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Where restaurants get their foods

chica | Mar 18, 2007 08:01 PM

I sure hope I've never paid $10 for a chicken dish that was actually this: http://www.sysco.com/products/product...

Or, at a restaurant, order a breaded fried chicken with cream sodium phosphates, sorbic acid preservative, oleoresin in tumeric:
http://www.sysco.com/products/product...

I might as well have bought it in a supermarket myself and heat it up at home.

Have you ever noticed restaurant foods you've ordered that might have actually been ordered in mass, defrosted, heated in the microwave/oven, and served you -- and you're paying quadruple its actual worth? Perhaps restaurant owners/chefs know more about this, but this just leaves eating out..distasteful.

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