In an article in today's

In an article in today’s New York Times The Secret Behind a Burger Cult, In-N-Out, a newish fast-food restaurant much ballyhooed in Los Angeles, is made to look cool because of its “cult” following.
Since when was eating fast food “cultish”? More disturbing to me, however, is this:
‘Eric Schlosser, author of the muckraking book “Fast Food Nation,” is a fan.
‘”I think they’re great,” said Mr. Schlosser, whose less appetizing findings included that some ground beef destined for fast-food restaurants had been contaminated with bits of cattle spinal cord. “It isn’t health food, but it’s food with integrity. It’s the real deal,” he said.’
I think he sucks.
Schlosser’s book, subtitled “The Dark Side of the All-American Meal” is a must-read for those interested in the meat industry. But apparently, Schlosser himself has about as much “integrity” as In-N-Out’s food.

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