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Frozen McRib Photo Sweeps the Internet

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The McRib at McDonald’s is a cult phenomenon. Even in this age of people trying to eat more natural, healthy food (and fast food restaurants even offering more healthy choices), the McRib seems to be immune to the criticism.

A new photo could change that.

The photo above was posted to Reddit yesterday, apparently of a frozen, uncooked McRib before it goes into its process of being cooked, bathed in some kind of BBQ sauce and thrown on bread with pickles and onions.

Just the amount of processing that has to happen to create the “rib-like” features in the … um, “meat” is scary enough in itself.

So, what say you? Will you continue to eat the ever-so-popular McRib?

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