Subway Reveals Secret Ingredient In Its Bread Is Yoga Mats, What Are Other Fast Food Chains Using?

Tyler Gildin

Subway recently announced it will stop using an ingredient called azodicarbonamide, a chemical used in shoe rubber and yoga matts, in it’s bread. Too bad, the idea of eating yoga matts has a very zen feel to it.

It’s crazy to think that something used in shoe rubber and yoga matts could be used in a delicious tasty subway sandwich without us even knowing it.

This got me thinking, what if other chains started to come out with statements about crazy ingredients they’ve been using as well? Could there be more disturbing ingredients out there??

Here are some secret ingredients other chain restaurants might be using:

Pizza Hut’s stuffed crust secretly uses kitten fur

Burger King’s Whopper is secretly soaked in Justin Bieber’s urine

Papa John’s bakes its pizza sauce with Peyton Manning’s tears

McDonald’s chicken nuggets are actually just mini maracas

Wendy’s nuggets are made from the same latex used in Dave Thomas’s first condom

Chick-Fil-A is just made with straight up intolerance and hatred

I’m terribly sorry for making you sit through this….

Tyler Gildin

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