Thursday, April 8, 2010

From The Files Of Absurdity, Volume CXIV: I Want This With Fries, And A Large Coke, To Go!

Just to make sure that people are aware that my blog covers a vast multitude of subjects, and not just Zionist Jewish criminality, I came across the following tidbit, and I knew right away that I wanted to add it to my Files Of Absurdity. It is a serious health issue, and realistically belongs in files of Insanity!

Here is an article from the Daily Mail out of the UK, at, and this is not a joke! I have a few comments of my own after this article:

KFC introduces 'sandwich' with buns made of CHICKEN instead of bread (but at 1,228 calories, it's not exactly healthy)

By David Gardner
Last updated at 2:29 PM on 8th April 2010

From a quick glance at the menu, a 'bunless chicken sandwich' might sound like the ideal meal for slimmers.

Kentucky Fried Chicken is appealing to its carb-conscious customers by launching its first bread-free burger.

But dieters may wish to look a little more closely at the picture on the left before they place their order. The traditional bun has actually been replaced with two thick slabs of fried chicken.

KFC Double Down

Finger lickin' good? The Double Down consists of two chicken breast fillets with a filling of bacon, two melted slices of cheese and a mayonnaise sauce

The KFC 'Double Down', which goes on sale in the U.S. on Monday, contains two pieces of bacon and two melted slices of cheese, slathered in mayonnaise and sandwiched between two slices of meat.

Nutritionists are horrified by the launch of the fatty dish in a country where two-thirds of the population is overweight or obese.

KFC insists the sandwich contains 540 calories - but it has been reported that it actually racks up a much higher figure of 1,228, or about half of a man's recommended daily intake.


KFC Double Down

Alarm: Nutritionists are concerned about the Double Down's high salt content

On top of this, fast food fans will consume 1,380 milligrams of salt and 32 grams of fat, including 10 grams of cholesterol-laden saturated fat, with each Double Down.

Kelly Brownell, director of Yale University's Rudd Centre for Food Policy and Obesity, described it as a 'salt bomb', adding: 'That's a better part of a day's sodium in one meal.'

The Double Down will cost £3.30, but will also be on offer as part of a £4.60 meal deal with potato wedges and a fizzy drink - taking the toll to 1,000 calories, 45 grams of fat and 2,120 milligrams of sodium.

The fast food chain has no plans to bring the Double Down to Britain at the moment, but KFC spokesman Rick Maynard said yesterday that there is 'no telling what the future may hold'.

He added: 'It's such a meaty chicken, there's no room for a bun.'

KFC Double Down

Fast food: The Double Down can be bought as part of a meal deal

NTS Notes: I can just feel my arteries clogging after looking at the picture of this monstrosity from KFC. Lets see... With the French Fries soaking in grease, and the HFC loaded Soda drink, we are looking at about 1700+ calories as a meal.... And believe it or not, people will definitely buy this "heart attack" on a chicken bun!

This is one for the Files Of Absurdity, but it shows how little these fast food giants really care about peoples' health. I cannot even begin to stress the importance of avoiding this so called sandwich at all cost. But again, there are people that will buy this thing.

More to come


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