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  • Pig butts.

    豬屁股。

  • They're in your hot dogs, and you're eating them.

    它們在你的熱狗裡,而你卻在吃它們。

  • Or at least that's what the popular myth states- along with other questionable and hardly edible

    或者至少這就是流行的神話所說的--還有其他可疑的和幾乎不能吃的東西。

  • body parts of various animals.

    各種動物的身體部位。

  • But what's really in your hot dog?

    但你的熱狗裡到底有什麼?

  • The truth may shock you, and perhaps change your mind on America's favorite baseball treat.

    真相也許會讓你震驚,也許會改變你對美國最喜歡的棒球美食的看法。

  • Americans eat a whopping 20 billion hot dogs every year, with many of those consumed as

    美國人每年吃下的熱狗高達200億隻,其中許多熱狗是作為

  • favorite snacks at America's favorite pastime- watching men hit balls with bats and do some

    在美國人最喜歡的消遣中,最喜歡的零食--看男人用球棒擊球,做一些。

  • very light cardio in between.

    中間有很輕的有氧運動。

  • But there's one thing that even the most avid hot dog fan typically doesn't want to know,

    但有一件事,即使是最狂熱的熱狗粉絲一般也不想知道。

  • and that's what goes into making these tasty tube steaks.

    這就是製作這些美味的管狀牛排的原因。

  • When you look at a butcher's diagram of a pig or a cow, you'll notice the copious absence

    當你看豬或牛的屠夫圖時,你會注意到大量的缺失。

  • of any long, tube-like cuts of meat.

    的任何長管狀的肉片。

  • That's because much like ground meat or sausage, hot dogs are basically just the ground up

    因為就像肉末或香腸一樣,熱狗基本上只是磨碎了的東西

  • bits of other cuts of meat.

    其他肉類的位子。

  • In the good old days when men were still men, and they died in horrific industrial accidents

    在過去的好日子裡,當男人還是男人的時候,他們死於可怕的工業事故。

  • at the age of 14, hot dogs included such things as dog, horse, and even sawdust.

    14歲時,熱狗包括狗、馬、甚至鋸末等。

  • But then an uppity young social justice upstart named Upton Sinclair went undercover in the

    但後來,一個名叫厄普頓-辛克萊的年輕社會正義新銳,卻臥底在。

  • factories of the early 1900s and uncovered a bunch of nasty little secrets about the

    20世紀初的工廠,並揭開了一系列關於

  • food and manufacturing industries.

    食品和製造業;

  • His immediate best seller, The Jungle, was written based on his experiences working in

    他眼前的暢銷書《叢林》,是根據他的工作經驗寫成的。

  • the factories of early 1900s America, and exposed a litany of horrors brought to you

    20世紀初美國的工廠,並揭露了一連串的恐怖事件,帶給你

  • courtesy of the industrial revolution and completely unregulated industry.

    禮貌的工業革命和完全不規範的工業。

  • Modern hot dogs have ditched the dog and sawdust, and now contain the leftover trimmings from

    現代熱狗已經摒棄了狗肉和鋸末,現在包含了狗肉和鋸末剩下的邊角料。

  • beef, pork, turkey and chicken.

    牛肉、豬肉、火雞和雞肉。

  • One of the most common ingredients ismechanically separated chicken”, but despite the ominous

    其中最常見的成分是 "機械分離雞",但儘管有不祥的

  • sounding name, this is just a term for cheap and efficient practice that separates chicken

    顧名思義,這只是一種廉價高效的雞肋做法。

  • from the bone.

    從骨子裡。

  • The trade off is that human workers are much more precise, so when the machine separates

    其代價是人類工人更加精確,所以當機器分離出

  • your future hot dog meat from a chicken bone, it doesn't really care about all the gristle,

    你未來的熱狗肉從雞骨頭, 它並不真正關心所有的磨砂。

  • fat, and tendons you normally wouldn't eat.

    脂肪,和平時不會吃的筋。

  • The leftover trimmings that also get thrown into the hot dog pot are typically cuts of

    剩的邊角料也會被扔進熱狗鍋裡,一般是切好的。

  • meat left over from making the more choice steak cuts that are sold in the supermarket.

    在超市裡銷售的更多選擇的牛排切割後剩下的肉。

  • After separating an animal carcass into its choice cuts, there's plenty of smaller leftover

    在把動物的屍體分離成它的選擇切割後,有很多小的剩餘的。

  • bits that wouldn't make sense to sell on their own, so into the grinder they go.

    那些自己賣不出去的東西,就扔進了研磨機。

  • Along with these perfectly legitimate pieces of meat though go more questionable cuts which

    伴隨著這些完全合法的肉塊,雖然去更多的問題切割,其中

  • we're willing to bet you'd never purposefully eat on their own, such as the meat from an

    我們敢打賭,你絕對不會特意吃自己的肉,比如說從一個人身上吃到一個人的肉。

  • animal's head, lots of fat, and even more bits of sinew and tendon.

    動物的頭部,大量的脂肪,還有更多的筋骨和肌腱的碎片。

  • Food companies are no fool, so they grind this mess into a very unappetizing paste,

    食品公司也不是傻子,就把這些亂七八糟的東西磨成了很不討喜的漿糊。

  • mixing in the good bits of meat with the... less than good bits of meat, into a meat puree.

    把好的肉和... 不太好的肉混合在一起,做成肉泥。

  • That meat paste is then cooked thoroughly so as to kill all the bacteria it contains.

    然後將該肉醬徹底煮熟,以殺滅其中的所有細菌。

  • Then that tasty meat pudding is sent to a chopping chamber where it is finely chopped,

    然後,那美味的肉布丁就會被送到切肉室,在那裡被切成細碎的肉布丁。

  • resulting in what's called an emulsion.

    形成所謂的乳劑。

  • That finely chopped mess is once more put through a grinder, and finally through a sieve

    剁碎的亂七八糟的東西再一次被放入研磨機,最後通過篩子。

  • to give it a more ground-beef type of feel.

    給人一種比較接地氣的感覺。

  • At this point, every manufacturer adds different ingredients to its hot dog recipe.

    在這一點上,每個廠家都會在熱狗配方中加入不同的原料。

  • Most however will include potassium lactate, a preservative which helps inhibit mold and

    然而,大多數會包括乳酸鉀,這是一種防腐劑,有助於抑制黴菌和。

  • fungus growth.

    菌類生長。

  • The last thing you'd want is to bite into a delicious hot dog and get a mouthful of

    你最不希望的是咬著美味的熱狗,卻吃到一口

  • mold.

    模。

  • Sodium Diacetate is also included in most ingredients list, because factory farming

    由於工廠化養殖的原因,大多數成分表中也包括了二乙酸鈉。

  • is a literal hell hole of misery, cruelty, and other things you care more about like

    是一個字面上的地獄洞 痛苦,殘酷,和其他的東西 你關心更多的喜歡

  • germs and pathogens.

    細菌和病原體。

  • Rather than transition to a healthier, if slightly more expensive, method of farming,

    而不是過渡到更健康的,雖然成本稍高的養殖方式。

  • sodium diacetate is dumped into the hot dog mixture to help kill deadly germs.

    二乙酸鈉被倒入熱狗混合物中,以幫助殺死致命的病菌。

  • Hot dog meat, just like any other meat, quickly loses its appealing pink luster that lets

    熱狗肉和其他肉類一樣,很快就會失去其誘人的粉紅色光澤,讓人無法接受。

  • you know it's fresh and delicious- even when it's most definitely not fresh, and questionably

    你知道它的新鮮和美味 - 即使它是最肯定的不新鮮,並質疑

  • delicious.

    好吃。

  • That's where Sodium Nitrite comes to the rescue.

    這就是亞硝酸鈉的作用了。

  • This additive helps hot dogs and other processed food products keep their delicious pink coloring

    這種添加劑有助於熱狗和其他加工食品保持其美味的粉紅色。

  • for longer, so that you don't think twice about buying that 7-11 hot dog that's definitely

    更長的時間,這樣你就不會再考慮買7-11的熱狗,這絕對是

  • been on that roller thingy for at least a month and a half now.

    一直在該輥子thingy 至少一個半月,現在。

  • Sodium Phosphate pulls double duty in hot dog meat.

    磷酸鈉在熱狗肉中承擔著雙重任務。

  • For a long time it was used to treat constipation and upset stomachs, but in processed meats

    長期以來,它被用來治療便祕和胃部不適,但在加工肉類中

  • it's used to keep that meat nice and moist.

    它是用來保持肉質好和溼潤的。

  • Nothing looks unhealthier than dry meat, and aesthetics are very important for consumers.

    沒有什麼比干肉看起來更不健康了,對於消費者來說,審美是非常重要的。

  • Unlike other chemical additives on our list though, at least sodium phosphate is already

    但與我們列表中的其他化學添加劑不同,至少磷酸鈉已經是一個很好的選擇。

  • working to help your inevitable constipation and upset stomach after eating a bunch of

    工作,以幫助你不可避免的便祕和胃不舒服後,吃了一堆。

  • hot dogs.

    熱狗。

  • Everything else is pretty much just giving you cancer.

    其他的一切都差不多是讓你得癌症。

  • Along with chemicals, each hot dog brand has its own recipe for flavor.

    除了化學藥品,每個熱狗品牌都有自己的風味配方。

  • This is also the stage where things like salt, sugar, and other spices are mixed into the

    這也是將鹽、糖和其他調味品等東西混入到

  • meat paste, giving the future hot dogs a distinctive, and branded flavoring.

    肉醬,讓未來的熱狗有了獨特的,和品牌的味道。

  • Now that the hot dog meat is full of chemical additives and spices, the whole thing gets

    現在的熱狗肉充滿了化學添加劑和香料,整個人變得

  • another thorough mixing and then is pumped into plastic casings, which gives them their

    再一次徹底混合,然後被泵入塑膠外殼中,這使它們有了自己的特點。

  • tube shape.

    管狀。

  • The hot dogs, which finally look like proper 'dawgs, are then put into a giant cooker in

    這些熱狗,最終看起來像真正的 "道格",然後被放入一個巨大的炊具中。

  • 180 degree water for about 30 minutes.

    180度水約30分鐘。

  • After this very warm bath, the hot dogs are dumped into ice cold water in order to prevent

    熱狗洗完澡後,會被倒入冰冷的水裡,以防止熱狗被凍死。

  • shriveling, then have their plastic cases removed and are packaged for your consumption.

    萎縮,然後將其塑料盒取下,包裝後供您食用。

  • Hot dogs are definitely a better food option than they were 120 years ago, but if you'd

    熱狗絕對是一個更好的食物選擇 比他們120年前,但如果你想

  • like to eat more, well actual meat, and less 'filler', look for packaging that says things

    喜歡吃更多的,以及實際的肉,而不是 "填充物",尋找包裝上寫著的東西。

  • likeall beeforall pork”, and avoid labeling that saysmeat by-products

    如 "全牛肉 "或 "全豬肉",避免標註 "肉類副產品"

  • orvariety meats”.

    或 "品種肉"。

  • 'Organic' is just a buzzword cooked up to sell you overpriced crap, so instead of relying

    "有機 "只是一個流行語,是為了賣給你高價的垃圾,所以與其依賴...

  • on labels do some research ahead of time on brands and their manufacturing processes,

    在標籤上提前對品牌及其製造工藝做一些研究。

  • because organic doesn't mean you aren't going to be eating a questionable hodge-podge of

    因為有機食品並不意味著你不會吃一個有問題的雜亂無章的東西

  • animal bits and pieces.

    動物的零碎。

  • At least though you can rest easy knowing that human meat is likely not part of the

    至少你可以放心,知道人類的肉很可能不在其中

  • recipe.

    配方。

  • In 2015 food tests on popular hot dog brands showed that 2 percent of their samples contained

    2015年,對流行熱狗品牌的食品檢測顯示,其樣品中2%含有

  • human DNA, but this was likely just hairs and fingernails accidentally dropped into

    人類的DNA,但這很可能只是毛髮和指甲不小心掉進了這裡。

  • the hot dog batch by careless workers.

    的熱狗批,由粗心的工人。

  • Not exactly comforting, but eating someone's ground-up fingernails is probably less gross

    不是很舒服,但吃別人的指甲可能不那麼噁心

  • than eating their entire ground-up body.

    比吃了他們整個地面的身體。

  • Now that you're turned off hot dogs forever, check out our Challenge: I Ate Only Fast Food

    現在,你已經永遠對熱狗望而卻步了,請看我們的挑戰:我只吃快餐。

  • For 30 Days.

    30天。

  • Or click this other video instead!

    或者點擊其他視頻代替!

Pig butts.

豬屁股。

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