A Texas Subway employee revealed what some of the chain’s meat looks like before it made it into the sandwich – and that’s putting a few social media users off from their lunch.
TikToker @ Travis2official works at an undisclosed location on the sandwich chain, and this month he shared three behind-the-scenes videos of himself cooking steak, tuna, and teriyaki chicken in the kitchen.
While many viewers aren’t surprised that some of the meat looks less than appetizing before it reaches the final dish – and have no plans to stop eating at Subway – of others say the clips have “ruined” fast food for them.
Revealed: TikToker @ Travis2official works in a Texas subway and shared a behind-the-scenes video of how some meat is prepared
Meaty: the steak is compressed in a brick of meat inside a plastic wrap
Behind the scenes: it is crumbled into small pieces by hand, which it demonstrates
What You Eat: The steak is available in items like the DrayPotle Steak Sandwich, the Steak and Cheese Sandwich, and the Chipotle Southwest Steak and Cheese Wrap
Travis’ first video was posted on April 3 and showed a preview of Subway’s steak, which is used in items like the DrayPotle Steak Sandwich, Steak & Cheese Sandwich, and Chipotle Southwest Steak & Cheese Wrap.
“Just so you know what a subway steak looks like.” Behind closed doors, âTravis wrote.
First, it shows a brick of meat sealed inside a plastic wrap. When he opens it and throws it into a bowl, the steak is compressed into two giant pieces that seem quite indistinguishable from the meat.
With gloves on, he breaks the blocks of steak, showing that it is crumbly and falls into small pieces.
The video went viral, gaining 7.9 million views and 1.1 million likes.
TikTok users are no doubt interested in the candid look at Subway food, although reactions to it have been mixed.
Uh! Some were horrified, expressing wished they had never seen it – some likening it to cat food
No matter! But many reviewers weren’t bothered, saying they don’t really care what it looks like because it tastes good.
Some were horrified, expressing that they wished they had never seen him.
âTikTok is ruining fast food for me,â one wrote.
âMetro employees must stop publishing. I don’t need to know what’s in it, said another.
A few compared the pieces of crumbled steak to cat food, while another said they wouldn’t even feed their dog.
But many reviewers were absolutely not bothered, saying they didn’t really care what it looked like because it tastes good.
“Haven’t killed me yet,” wrote one.
Several pointed out that most people who go to Subway have no illusions that they are getting steakhouse quality beef.
“Do you all expect them to have a cow on their back?” Asked one.
Next Up: Following the success of the video, Travis uploaded a sequel that shows how Subway’s Tuna is made
Prepare the food: This too comes sealed in a bag, which Travis empties into a bowl and uses his gloved hands to break up
Mixed: He then empties a large bag of mayo into the bowl and mixes the ingredients together
Tuna time: Many reviewers said they weren’t surprised by the tuna’s appearance, saying it looks like what they have at home
âWait until he finds out how the turkey comes to the grocery store,â another joked.
Following the success of the video, Travis uploaded a sequel that shows how Subway’s Tuna is made.
It also comes sealed in a bag, which Travis empties into a bowl and uses his gloved hands to smash.
He then empties a large bag of mayonnaise into the bowl and mixes the ingredients together.
Many reviewers said they were not surprised by the tuna’s appearance, saying it looks like what they have at home.
“I don’t understand the problem,” wrote one.
âThis is what I expected,â said another, while a third said: âThis is what tuna is supposed to look like. ”
Last Meal: Finally, Travis shared a video of himself making the channel’s chicken teriyaki.
Throwing It Out: This involved emptying a bag of grilled chicken pieces and a bag of teriyaki sauce into a bowl and mixing it with his gloved hands
“Did you all expect him to be caught and delivered by Jesus or something?” It’s a metro, of course, they won’t have perfectly prepared food, âcommented another.
In fact, more people were put off by the fact that Travis was not wearing his mask properly and covering his nose when preparing food. They also pointed out that using her phone while preparing food was unhygienic.
Finally, Travis shared a video of himself making the chain’s teriyaki chicken, which involved emptying a bag of grilled chicken pieces and a bag of teriyaki sauce into a bowl and mixing it with his hands. gloved.
Again, the reviewers for the most part didn’t seem fazed by the way the food is prepared – but more upset with the incorrect wearing of Travis’ mask.