This is one of the reasons TPP seldom ventures beyond botany, it's just too scary. But when you read a title like: The Autopsy of Chicken Nuggets Reads “Chicken Little” an article in press in the American Journal of Medicine, you know you have to look anyways. When you order wings you get wings because parts is parts, but "nuggets"? Well, what did you think? If they was a part, they'd call them that. Nuggets are basically a fatty chicken sausage, but without the tasty spices. Clearly a couple of people went out to lunch, and while eating their nuggets asked, what's in these things anyways? Nuggets are probably a major food item in the USA, so it is a serious matter to know their contents, and love the title! You get extra points for publishing something with a funny title. HT to the Respectful Insolence blog who offers additional analysis and links to more research in the same "vein".
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