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McDonald's Fries have 19 ingredients.

 
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Love McD's fries; the BEST, but it is now revealed their fries have 19 ingredients. Does not help or hurt the anointing or sermon prep, but that is a lot of chemicals in one order.

We thought there were three ingredients; potatoes, oil and salt. 19 surprised us. This is the list. https://www.mashed.com/67746/whats-really-mcdonalds-french-fries/

A lot of us are trying to cut back on weight and chemicals in our food.
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McDonalds' fries are OVERRATED!

1. Whataburger
2. In and Out
3. Five Guys
4. Arby's curly
5. Carl's Junior


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100. McDonalds
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UncleJD wrote:
McDonalds' fries are OVERRATED!

1. Whataburger
2. In and Out
3. Five Guys
4. Arby's curly
5. Carl's Junior


.....

100. McDonalds



OK, very simply, McDonald's fries ARE the best.

That doesn't mean others don't have good fries, only that they are still a notch down the ladder.

Five Guys has good fries, but, really, anyone can make them, since they are just sliced potatoes, etc. (McDonald's is, theoretically, the same thing, but there's some magic there.)

Arby's curly fries are just not in the running, I don't think...unless you're hungry.

In truth, though, I guess that french fries are just good, period...but McDonald's just has figured out the Da Vinci Code on them. Not so thick that the crispiness is lost...using the right cooking oil...etc.
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Aaron Scott wrote:
UncleJD wrote:
McDonalds' fries are OVERRATED!

1. Whataburger
2. In and Out
3. Five Guys
4. Arby's curly
5. Carl's Junior


.....

100. McDonalds



OK, very simply, McDonald's fries ARE the best.

That doesn't mean others don't have good fries, only that they are still a notch down the ladder.

Five Guys has good fries, but, really, anyone can make them, since they are just sliced potatoes, etc. (McDonald's is, theoretically, the same thing, but there's some magic there.)

Arby's curly fries are just not in the running, I don't think...unless you're hungry.

In truth, though, I guess that french fries are just good, period...but McDonald's just has figured out the Da Vinci Code on them. Not so thick that the crispiness is lost...using the right cooking oil...etc.


clearly the extra 18 ingredients are used to bake your brain-cells, praying for your full recovery
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UncleJD wrote:
Aaron Scott wrote:
UncleJD wrote:
McDonalds' fries are OVERRATED!

1. Whataburger
2. In and Out
3. Five Guys
4. Arby's curly
5. Carl's Junior


.....

100. McDonalds



OK, very simply, McDonald's fries ARE the best.

That doesn't mean others don't have good fries, only that they are still a notch down the ladder.

Five Guys has good fries, but, really, anyone can make them, since they are just sliced potatoes, etc. (McDonald's is, theoretically, the same thing, but there's some magic there.)

Arby's curly fries are just not in the running, I don't think...unless you're hungry.

In truth, though, I guess that french fries are just good, period...but McDonald's just has figured out the Da Vinci Code on them. Not so thick that the crispiness is lost...using the right cooking oil...etc.


clearly the extra 18 ingredients are used to bake your brain-cells, praying for your full recovery




WAIT!!! If my full recovery means I won't enjoy McDonald's fries as much as before...I'm good with having whatever it is I have.
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Aaron Scott wrote:

WAIT!!! If my full recovery means I won't enjoy McDonald's fries as much as before...I'm good with having whatever it is I have.


your choice, but next time you're there, ask yourself, can a place that looks and smells like this, being ran by people who hate being there, actually produce something as tasty as my brain is telling me this is? I'm telling you its the Matrix of french-fries;.
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