From weevils in flour, to mould on cheese, or sometimes the unexpected - what really matters vs what is ‘not ok’ in law? What is a technicality and what is something we should be concerned about?
Case in point, this image taken recently at a local supermarket:
Seems ok … but …
I don’t tend to roast chicken necks and eat them, actually never - I can imagine one might use them to create stock, in which case I’d probably add this bonus piece and be done with it. Mostly what I buy chicken necks for is pet food and only occasionally - I don’t imagine feline or hound would complain - so should I?
I’ve sometimes bought other so-called ‘fresh’ products which have unexpected additions or in the case of things that grow from the earth, ‘passengers’, does one just wash them off and continue on? or go back to the store and complain that part of the ‘broc’ was consumed by a worm? (this seems rather common).
I’m interested in what people might think is a ‘yeah whatever’ vs a ‘hell no’ … For me, a frog in my salad is a ‘hell no’, a cockroach in my salad is another ‘hell no’ (yes, this has happened - also had one in a takeaway meal once as well, also a ‘hell no’) - but where does one draw the line?