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Subway sandwich chain to remove chemical found in yoga mats from bread

Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by Richland123, Apr 12, 2014.


  1. Richland123

    Richland123

    Apr 17, 2009
  2. SirMjac28

    SirMjac28 Patiently Waiting For The Next British Invasion Gold Supporting Member

    Aug 25, 2010
    The Great Midwest
    Well that sucks I could have lived the rest of my life and not known that is there anything left to eat or drink that's safe??
     
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  4. Handyman

    Handyman

    Sep 4, 2007
    Austin, TX
    That explains the taste.
     
  5. I bet their bread still has carbon in it, you know they find that stuff in oil! :p

    I'm not familiar with this particular compound, I'm just enjoying a laugh at the scare tactic type titles, all sorts of things which we eat can have different purposes.
     
  6. JimK

    JimK

    Dec 12, 1999
    ...maybe they should add this to their cheese.
    Honestly, their cheese (America, Jack, Provolone) has zero taste.
    (& I just polished off a 12" turkey sub for lunch)
     
  7. Richland123

    Richland123

    Apr 17, 2009
    Since that chemical is used in yoga mats and the soles of sneakers, if they take it out, you won't have a spring in your step after eating one of their sub sandwiches anymore. :rolleyes:
     
  8. Regardless of what you have, Subway sandwiches almost always taste the same, it's very bizarre!
     
  9. pacojas

    pacojas "FYYA BUN"

    Oct 11, 2009
    MEXICANADAMERICA
    lol,... it's true!
     
  10. MJ5150

    MJ5150 Terrific Twister

    Apr 12, 2001
    Lacey, WA
    I remember reading about this a few months ago.

    -Mike
     
  11. petrus61

    petrus61 Supporting Member

    Would that explain why I get diarrhea every time I eat there?
     
  12. After hearing about it a few weeks ago, my son found two or three things in our kitchen with it in them. Why can't companies continue to make food without drywall and other stuff in it that we shouldn't be eating for the sake of MORE profit? It's no different than that taco place in Omaha that they found empty dog food cans in the dumpster when I was a youth. Even then, it only hurt their business for a short time; before long, their core customers were back begging for more. :p
     
  13. The smell of their baked bread always turned me off , never ate there .

    Will it still stink of wet dog after the Dr scholls are removed?

    /pathetic irony NOM NOM NOM!
     
  14. bass_case

    bass_case Maintain low tones. Supporting Member

    Oct 23, 2013
    Miami, FL
    I have a yoga mat that smells like ham.
     
  15. JimK

    JimK

    Dec 12, 1999
    Damn, you're correct.
    Are we in The Matrix?

    ...and the ones we have in the Gym smell like beaver.
     
  16. bass_case

    bass_case Maintain low tones. Supporting Member

    Oct 23, 2013
    Miami, FL

    You, sir, are a downward-facing dog!
     
  17. Gorn Captain

    Gorn Captain Supporting Member

    Dec 15, 2011
    Queens
    Weird synthetics are in everything we eat. It's the nature of providing cheap food to an overpopulated world. If people wanna avoid it, they can grow their own plants and animals to eat.

    I love subway.
     
  18. Stilettoprefer

    Stilettoprefer

    Nov 26, 2010
    Subway has gone down hill around here lately IMO. And it isn't just the chemicals in the bread. They let the stuff sit out all day, never use enough ingredients (meat, cheese, etc.) and the service is always crap.

    I much prefer Jimmy Johns or any of the local family owned sandwich shops. It costs a little more, but it's way better food and service.

    I used to eat Subway all the time, though... It must be a different restaurant at night when I'm at work or something.
     
  19. Darn, I was just going to order a Double Urethane Supreme for lunch.
     
  20. masterkey_bass

    masterkey_bass

    Aug 22, 2013
    A few people have mentioned the smell of subway. I don't know how it is everywhere else but here in Alabama, Walmart super centers used to contract with McDonald's and had them in the front of every store. Sometime in the past year they all changed to subway and you can smell it throughout the ENTIRE store.
     
  21. will33

    will33

    May 22, 2006
    austin,tx
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    Can anybody think of a valid reason any stuff like that is in food?

    Not just picking on subway....weird stuff is in just about everything.
     



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