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GUEST

United States

#22 Jul 14, 2010
Momofsix wrote:
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It is on the label - just in very tiny print - I didn't notice it until after I bought and prepared steaks and they were so salty we could not eat them,they also became a very strange grey color after broiling, and the texture was just strange. I took all the labels back to the store and got my money back - never buying beef or pork or most chicken (unless it's Purdue) from Walmart again!
Good Lord! Just a month ago, when she was banned from a legit Ashtabula site, she was mother3. When did rabbits get internet access?!
Guest

AOL

#23 Jul 14, 2010
Old Salty Dog wrote:
Sounds good to me.
If I have a taste for salt, I fix myself a margaritta.
What is a margaritta without salt! And fresh, not from a mix, alway the real thing!!
roadside hazard

Mentor, OH

#24 Jul 16, 2010
We purchased and grilled some ribs from WalMart, they were very salty also. I might try them again, but I wiyuld surely wash them next time before cooking.
guest

Ashtabula, OH

#25 Jul 16, 2010
roadside hazard wrote:
We purchased and grilled some ribs from WalMart, they were very salty also. I might try them again, but I wiyuld surely wash them next time before cooking.
That wouldn't do any good. Walmart's meats are injected, preprocessed. It isn't something just put on the meats. The only meat I trust there are the packages of Purdue chicken. Completely safe.
dennis deckmann

United States

#26 Aug 15, 2010
it is the third ingredient in the solution that is the real bad guy here, sodium phosphate, that is where the slimey feel and the detergent taste comes from. the following part of this comment is no bull, research it if you dare: the same sodium phosphate is the active ingredient in kroger saline enemas! really! that's right, walmart is injecting the equivalent of enema solution in their meat!
CrapOla wrote:
Carbon monoxide is a gas and it disappears after a while. I'd rather have that in my food than the crap wal-mart puts in their meat.
http://www.nytimes.com/2006/08/09/dining/09we...
"Wal-Mart, for example, says a majority of its fresh offerings are enhanced with a 6 to 12 percent solution of water, salt, sodium phosphate and natural flavorings." The natural flavorings aren't really natural. They are mon sodium glutamate based flavorings.
Ham………….contained……23% solution
Chicken Breasts.contained……15% solution
Pork Roast……contained……12% solution
Ground Round….contained……15% solution
Chuck Roast…..contained……11% solution
Beef Fillet…..contained……20% solution
Salt Hater

Osage Beach, MO

#27 Sep 18, 2010
GE no better wrote:
LOL, go buy some bags of GE chicken and see what they contain. You must be stupid if you think they all don't do the same thing.
We're talking about supposed "FRESH" meat here, not the bagged crap.
Stop being an idiot!
Salt Hater

Osage Beach, MO

#28 Sep 18, 2010
roadside hazard wrote:
We purchased and grilled some ribs from WalMart, they were very salty also. I might try them again, but I wiyuld surely wash them next time before cooking.
Washing doesn't help. It takes boiling for about 4 hours while pouring out the salty water and replacing with fresh water about once an hour. Hardly worth the trouble!
Salt Peter

Akron, OH

#29 Sep 19, 2010
Need I say more??
RECOMMENDATION

Norvelt, PA

#30 Sep 20, 2010
1) Report both Giant Eagle and Walmart to Michelle Obama. She wants salt out of restaurants, let her start with these 2 stores.
2) I only buy my meats from a butcher. I tell him what I want and I get it. He doesnt want to lose a regular customer.
3) Signs of the times: support the small businessman!
Gifted

Akron, OH

#31 Sep 20, 2010
Ill show you a nice peace of meat. Nothing aded either.
The Truth of the Matter

Inverness, FL

#32 May 30, 2011
Just google "wal-mart injected meat"

http://thewritingonthewal.net/...
REALLY wrote:
Walmart doesn't do anything to their meat. Their meat is prepackaged from their meat supplier. If anything is being done to the meat, its before it gets to walmart.
Post the web site where you got your information.
a little help needed here

United States

#33 May 30, 2011
Gifted wrote:
Ill show you a nice peace of meat. Nothing aded either.
It's "piece", dude, and you need to add another "d" to "aded" - otherwise, instead of "Gifted"...most will still think you are a Goofy.
guest

Ashtabula, OH

#34 Jun 1, 2011
GUEST wrote:
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Good Lord! Just a month ago, when she was banned from a legit Ashtabula site, she was mother3. When did rabbits get internet access?!
Finally, after all these years of her internet abuse of others, someone gets it!
Virginia Simpson

Nashville, TN

#35 Jul 10, 2011
I knew that Walmart's suppliers injected saline solution into their meat and chicken. What horrified me today, after my family's supper was ruined, was that the large sea scallops got the same treatment.
I tried to fry scallops in butter. The recipe admonished me to avoid scorching the scallops. No danger of that happening! I ended up with a frying pan filled with water and some shrunken scallops. What a gyp! My husband advised me to buy scallops from a real seafood market from now on. Now, if I can just find one.
Madtown

Madison, OH

#36 Jul 31, 2011
Virginia Simpson wrote:
I knew that Walmart's suppliers injected saline solution into their meat and chicken. What horrified me today, after my family's supper was ruined, was that the large sea scallops got the same treatment.
I tried to fry scallops in butter. The recipe admonished me to avoid scorching the scallops. No danger of that happening! I ended up with a frying pan filled with water and some shrunken scallops. What a gyp! My husband advised me to buy scallops from a real seafood market from now on. Now, if I can just find one.
Euclid Fish Market in Mentor.
Time to pay the piper

Cleveland, OH

#37 Aug 9, 2011
You're kidding me right? Who eats anything that comes out of a WM? Their photos are thinner than rice paper, their eyeglasses are made in China, and their car repairs utilize used parts.

Go ahead...be a sucker. Not me!
Matisse

Tupelo, MS

#38 Mar 23, 2012
WAL-MART sucks period. They have the worst meat products of all the stores!! You want to get sick, eat their meat products. Wal-Mart also treats their employees worse than any company.
luke

United States

#39 Jun 6, 2012
Wal-Mart chops rule !!!! Shake - Bake em.There Great !!!!

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