Do Chinese food places use real chicken?
Yes it is beef and chicken but prepared in a certain way, at least in UK and Australian Chinese restaurants. Have you noticed that most of the meat is nearly always in the form of small strips that are slightly rubbery but still quite tender? You never find this anywhere else but in Chinese restaurants.
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