Like Bak Kwa?-----LIKE CANCER>>>?

Don;t eat Bak Kwa

the nitrate level is 5 TIMES THE PERMISSIBLE LIMIT or more!

oh gosh, thats why so many chinese have cancer!

http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?fi … sec=nation

omg…

there goes one of my favourite foods.
:frowning:

cancer? what the hell, i’ll eat it anyway. :mrgreen:

can you distribute this as leaflets come CNY next year? so that i can buy all those with dirt cheap price

Fuh, lucky me this year’s CNY I didn’t buy/consume this hehe

[quote=“vertigo”]cancer? what the hell, i’ll eat it anyway. :mrgreen:

can you distribute this as leaflets come CNY next year? so that i can buy all those with dirt cheap price[/quote]

I believe it will be removed from the shelves

so, sorry I will not support illegal carcinogenic foods for your consumption

you are welcome to go to Indonesia and get all you can eat

[quote=“He-man”]Don;t eat Bak Kwa

the nitrate level is 5 TIMES THE PERMISSIBLE LIMIT or more!

oh gosh, thats why so many chinese have cancer!

http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?fi … sec=nation[/quote]

what “messages” are u trying to convey here? is it just me or did u guys sense it as well… im pointing at the “hidden” meaning start with the letter “c” n end with “e”…

[quote=“He-man”][quote=“vertigo”]cancer? what the hell, i’ll eat it anyway. :mrgreen:

can you distribute this as leaflets come CNY next year? so that i can buy all those with dirt cheap price[/quote]

I believe it will be removed from the shelves

so, sorry I will not support illegal carcinogenic foods for your consumption

you are welcome to go to Indonesia and get all you can eat[/quote]

removed from the shelves in malaysia?
i highly doubt it…

[quote=“DMsia”][quote=“He-man”][quote=“vertigo”]cancer? what the hell, i’ll eat it anyway. :mrgreen:

can you distribute this as leaflets come CNY next year? so that i can buy all those with dirt cheap price[/quote]

I believe it will be removed from the shelves

so, sorry I will not support illegal carcinogenic foods for your consumption

you are welcome to go to Indonesia and get all you can eat[/quote]

removed from the shelves in malaysia?
i highly doubt it…[/quote]

did you read the article?..

oops. missed the article…

but dunno lah, give some under table money…
then someone will make some crap excuse that they totally use a new method to make the ba kua
and bam, its on the shelves again…

in malaysia, everything is boleh… as long as your wallet is fat…

[quote=“DMsia”]oops. missed the article…

but dunno lah, give some under table money…
then someone will make some crap excuse that they totally use a new method to make the ba kua
and bam, its on the shelves again…

in malaysia, everything is boleh… as long as your wallet is fat…[/quote]

Cancer also boleh then you die

your wallet still fat now?

[quote=“He-man”]Don;t eat Bak Kwa

the nitrate level is 5 TIMES THE PERMISSIBLE LIMIT or more!

oh gosh, thats why so many chinese have cancer!

http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?fi … sec=nation[/quote]

What thing is this nitrate in bak kwa ? To make it tastier or juz another preservative kind of thing ? care to share … kind of scary hah…seems like nothing much left around is safe to eat nowadays

[quote=“Lingie”][quote=“He-man”]Don;t eat Bak Kwa

the nitrate level is 5 TIMES THE PERMISSIBLE LIMIT or more!

oh gosh, thats why so many chinese have cancer!

http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?fi … sec=nation[/quote]

What thing is this nitrate in bak kwa ? To make it tastier or juz another preservative kind of thing ? care to share … kind of scary hah…seems like nothing much left around is safe to eat nowadays[/quote]

Please read this…its really shocking :shock:

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20110611/ap_ … ood_safety

u might as well tell the people not to smoke cos it can cause cancer also.

nyum yummmm bak kwaaaaaa

[quote=“vertigo”]u might as well tell the people not to smoke cos it can cause cancer also.

nyum yummmm bak kwaaaaaa[/quote]

it doesnt matter what i tell

it only matters what the government REMOVES from the shelves and hikes up the taxes on

you do what you want to your own body, it is yours…just don’t cry to us when you get testicular cancer

[quote=“He-man”][quote=“DMsia”]oops. missed the article…

but dunno lah, give some under table money…
then someone will make some crap excuse that they totally use a new method to make the ba kua
and bam, its on the shelves again…

in malaysia, everything is boleh… as long as your wallet is fat…[/quote]

Cancer also boleh then you die

your wallet still fat now?[/quote]

to unscrupulous sellers of ba kua…(note :- this applies to unscrupulous sellers only, not the honest sellers ahhh),

do you think they care you get testicular cancer or not?

[quote=“He-man”][quote=“vertigo”]u might as well tell the people not to smoke cos it can cause cancer also.

nyum yummmm bak kwaaaaaa[/quote]

it doesnt matter what i tell

it only matters what the government REMOVES from the shelves and hikes up the taxes on

you do what you want to your own body, it is yours…just don’t cry to us when you get testicular cancer[/quote]

http://images.cheezburger.com/completestore/2010/5/22/129190546254507835.jpg

someone try to make tis a racial issue but it is not

it’s a chinese food, many of them eat it (including non muslim like too)

so he assumed many chinese eat tis n get cancer (though tis theory is far from accurate)

if it from china, every is possible…

[quote=“He-man”]Don;t eat Bak Kwa

the nitrate level is 5 TIMES THE PERMISSIBLE LIMIT or more!

oh gosh, thats why so many chinese have cancer!

http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?fi … sec=nation[/quote]

not all brand lah bro, check thoroughly before making any conclusion…

so far there is only three company involve…

[b]Klang, Jun 14 - Three dried pork (bak kwa) products, found to have excessive amounts of the cancer-causing preservative nitrate, have been recalled from the market, said Health Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai on Tuesday.

One of the products was under the Cap Ayam brand while the other two were brandless products from Penang, he said.[/b]

can still eat lah bro, i think we will die first inhaling exhaust smoke than eating bak kwa…

just get the bak kwa that have short shelve life=less preservative, not those pack to last a year one,

most instant noodle in malaysia are made to last for 1 year while instant noodle in thailand only last 6 months, so can i say that there will be more chemicals in malaysia instant noodle compare to thailand instant noodle?

still…

this kind of issues really make you wonder about the food you gonna buy to eat…

especially those instant noodle types…
you’ll never know what kind of ■■■■ they put in it, whether to make it last longer, or make it taste better…

even buy egg got bahaya now…

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sometimes wonder what this world is going into.

:frowning: