Listen, all ye Hindus.
Yes, we’re talking to you, the beef-abhorring, cow-worshipping bovine louts from India, Nepal, the diaspora in the U.S., Canada, UK, Australia and the far corners of the world.
Pay heed now:
Yes, we know all ye Hindus consider the cow so sacred that you find it sacrilegious to even think of eating the cow.
Yes, we know many of you Hindus consider the cow so sacred that you even worship it.
Yes, we know that ye Hindus consider the cow so sacred that some of you have even drunk the cow’s piss thinking it’s holy (no, we’re not kidding here).
Not for nothing do the Hindus say Go-Mata (mother cow). Right?
While most Hindus find the thought of eating the cow extremely distasteful, they do not show the same disgust when it comes to chicken, fish or lamb.
Many Brahmins (higher caste Hindus) too, who are enjoined from eating meat, increasingly eat chicken, fish or lamb slyly or even openly these days.
But the cow is verboten.
Yes, forbidden for most Hindus. No can eat, sir.
No must eat for Hindus.
Many Indian-American Hindus in the U.S. wouldn’t think twice about eating chicken. After all, you’d expect that chicken means well, plain and simple, chicken. Not beef, right?
So, we were surprised at what we found today in the Kentucky Fried Chicken in the U.S.
When you go to Kentucky Fried Chicken in the U.S. and order the new KFC Grilled Chicken, who in the world expects that what you will be served includes beef.
Yes, folks you read right.
The KFC Grilled Chicken contains Beef, as in B E E F.
A KFC outlet in the U.S.
But the KFC people don’t tell you in the restaurants that the KFC Grilled Chicken contains Beef nor is it mentioned on the box for the takeout order or the bag they give you.
Beware, the KFC Grilled Chicken contains Beef
Sure, it’s mentioned on the KFC web site if you look carefully at the ingredients of the KFC Grilled Chicken.
The KFC Grilled Chicken contains Beef Powder and Rendered Beef Fat.
Among other things, the KFC Grilled Chicken is marinated with Beef Powder and Rendered Beef Fat.
But who visits the KFC web site to read about the ingredients of grilled chicken before heading out to the fast-food restaurant.
Two KFCs, Same Story
A short while ago, we went over to two different KFCs about 35-miles apart in the U.S. and purchased the KFC Grilled Chicken Meal ($3.99 without the drink) as a takeout. The KFC Grilled Chicken Meal includes two pieces of grilled chicken, two side items and a biscuit.
In neither of the two KFC restaurants were we told the Grilled Chicken contains beef ingredients. No, we didn’t find any mention on the KFC box or KFC bag either.
Nor does KFC mention anywhere prominently in the restaurants we visited that the grilled chicken contains beef.
Folks, do you think it’s right for KFC to serve grilled chicken that includes beef ingredients without making it explicit in the restaurant, on the box or on the bag (not just on some corner of the web site)?
Do you have a beef with KFC for including Beef ingredients in their KFC Grilled Chicken?
Are you folks in India too being served beef fat/beef powder under the guise of chicken?
Speak now or forever hold your tongue.
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