I got a chicken sandwich from Culver's [they are a more local upgraded restaurant, up a few notches from fast food], on the way to go grocery shopping, I was hungry and desperate at 1:00 o clock and there was nothing to eat at home. This chicken sandwich was so absolutely tasteless, I am considering writing a letter to the company, saying "Look, it was like eating a piece of cardboard between two pieces of softer cardboard." I ate about half of it for blood sugar reasons and threw the rest away. Maybe it's my taste buds, but has anyone else noticed food just does not taste the same? Could someone also inform some food executives, that if food loses any taste just from sitting for a few minutes and getting colder, that something is very wrong with that food? If you are noticing that food tastes far worse, leave a comment.
It's like they have bred all the taste out of it. Don't even get me started on main stream fast food or lower cost restaurant food, gross to the max, and in my case, eating it means immediate illness. Trying to find food that tastes good, is tough, when you have bad food allergies and they have glopped everything with a pound of cheese and everything is fried and breaded. For some reason I live in a restaurant wasteland, outside of one good Chinese restaurant, and one higher price deli and two bistro places, unless you got 30 bucks per person to pony up for a meal, food around here is pretty low in quality and sinking lower. It must be the economy as they buy cheaper ingredients to make the stuff with.
Now just wait til they enforce some of those salt and other rules they've been talking about. Is it just me, or is food losing taste? I know McDonald's definitely cut down the quality and taste over the years, the McDonald's of 25 years ago, definitely there was some taste left in the food. When they do things like make all the chicken McNuggets "white bleached" out meat, instead of when there used to be some made from darker chicken meat, then you know they care more about uniformity then taste. I am eating out less and less, it's a spin of the roulette wheel avoiding illness, maybe I am spoiled having learned how food is supposed to taste eating more of the real and organic stuff. They keep telling fat people to lose weight, but good food is becoming less and less accessible and harder to get a hold of. I have a cousin who just became a truck driver, I can see him gaining 100lbs just from bad road food alone.