Poison Additives From The Top Chef in The World?

"It would not occur to any fast-food chain to stuff us with twenty or thirty dishes full of chemical additives."

How many ways can we make food taste really really special? 

You heard it here first: The world's top chef has stooped to the McDonald's strategy: envelop in it additives.

The "world's best chef" puts so many additives in his dishes that his "menus should carry a health warning, informing diners of the additives in the dishes," writes food writer Jorg Zipprick.

"These colorants, gelling agents, emulsifiers, acidifiers and taste enhancers that Adria has introduced massively into his dishes to obtain extraordinary textures, tastes and sensations do not have a neutral impact on health," says Zipprick, adding that some have a laxative effect.

Britain's Restaurant magazine has five times voted El Bulli the best restaurant in the world, but Zipprick calculates that a single visit accounts for 16 percent of an individual's annual additive intake.

"It would not occur to any fast-food chain to stuff us with 20 or 30 dishes full of chemical additives, he says, referring to the El Bulli menu. 

Now you can pay top dollar and get your tasty poison additive fix. 

How nice.

How long will this guy keep his ranking as the world's top chef, now that his secret is out?
Paul Eilers is an Independent Member of The AIM Companies™