Back to Nature?

Van Mensvoort
December 6th 2008

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Now this is how you do it. First you take the meat of a hundred animals; chickens (19%), turkeys (17%). Secondly, you blend them in a large tank with water, mais, wheat, oil, fat, chickencollagen, salt, soya, aroma, modified cornstarches, milk-parts, lemonjuice, maltodextrine, dispersant (E450, E451, E452), rising means: E500, taste amplifier: E621, anti-oxidant: E341.

Next you sculpt your mix into a shape which remotely resembles a chickens leg– like the ones folks know from the comics! Finally, you place your meat-water–corn–mix on a bone shaped peace of wood. Cover it with pan flourpan flour for the crispy bite. Tasty!

The Chicken-knots are Dutch design. See also: Some kids don't like Chicken, Fishbowl - Ready made meal, Banksy pet store.

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