I tried these a couple weeks back. Let me preface by saying that I love McDonald's Filet O Fish so this isn't a "Mcdonald's is greasy nasty crap" rant. I thought they were terrible. Seriously bad.
They were soggy and actually tasted fishy. Now, having said that, perhaps it was just that batch or that day. Sometimes even the Filet O Fish is pretty nasty, soggy, etc. YMMV
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posted: Feb. 13, 2013 @ 11:57a
GeorgiaBulldawg said: GeorgiaBulldawg said: Anyone try these yet? How is the taste?
Wow! Tried it tonight. Very bland and tasteless! Even ate it with their so-called tarter sauce. Aargh! Had to finally throw it out the window. This item is definitely a loser! Will not last long,
This item is the same as their tasteless breakfast 'Egg White Delight' sandwich. That, too, is a loser in the long run!
McDonald's needs to get some better tasting items quickly. They are going so blah!
Update: I had a second box leftover from last night's purchase. So for lunch, I nuked them for about a minute and they tasted so much better, even plain, because they were hot. That might have been the problem from last night. They may have been sitting in the tray a long time before I purchased them? They need to be eaten hot.
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posted: Feb. 13, 2013 @ 2:22p
coolbreeze said: JesseLivermore said: These are the Pollock's balls.
"Wild caught" means a guy goes into one of numerous football field sized pens (where these are hatched and fed melamine) once an hour and hooks the net up to a mechanical winch.
These are products of giant bathtub farms somewhere in Asia.
The bathtubs are often underneath industrial chicken farms, where the chicken shit, and dead chicks and hens drop into the water to feed the fish. It's efficient.
posted: Feb. 13, 2013 @ 2:26p
Thanks for the visual. FPOSGMF.
Had some for lunch, not bad for a buck. The tarter sauce was too thin.
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