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I wrote something similar to this on another story here about food:
If it comes in a box, a bag, a plastic bottle, a can, is processed, refined, frozen, filled with goodies like High Fructose Corn Syrup, Caramel Coloring, Salt, Fats, Strange unpronounceable chemicals - especially those used in the process of make rubber gym mats, pink slime, meat glues, is served to you across a counter, or at a restaurant you can find in any town or city across America with the same name, it is probably (98% of the time) crap and extremely bad for your health. Don't eat it!!!
Those Hormel Rev wraps are an absolute waste of money, trust me. I foolishly paid about $2.50 for a Rev which was a plain, soggy tortilla with a piece of meat and slice of cheese rolled up. The flavor wasn't even that great. I mostly did it for a convenient snack, but after that I think myself and anyone else for that matter can find a couple minutes to make a cheaper, and better tasting wrap at home.
STOP EATING PROCESSED FOOD. Nutrition comes from unadulterated fruits, vegetables, grains, and meat.
and, those all look yucky
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