I read on the back of a packet of frozen salmon fillets that ‘extra’ care had been taken to remove the bones.
What does that mean, exactly?
I would have thought that carefully removing bones would mean just that.
But perhaps you can carefully remove them and pop off for a cigarette break in the middle?
So does ‘extra’ care mean that someone was denied their nicotine fix?
It got me thinking about other food products in the range, and now I’m reluctant to eat anything which has only been prepped with basic ‘care’.
I am now only going to indulge in food which has either ‘loving’ or ‘tender’ care on the label.
So that’ll be zip then.