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MCMADNESS. McDonald’s fan keeps burger and fries in cabinet for 10 YEARS – and it’s still fine

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MCMADNESS. McDonald’s fan keeps burger and fries in cabinet for 10 YEARS – and it’s still fine

It's Fine. Better Than Fine. I'm Lovin It!

https://www.thesun.co.uk/tech/10261171/ ... -10-years/
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Gross.

Or maybe survival food...you know in the event of a major disaster?
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Oh come on, this is only half the story. Admit it. We all want him to eat that meal and tell us how delicious it is after 10 years. Post on Youtube.
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More typical far leftist anti-corporate crap.

Can guarantee anyone who tried eating that now would get fast food poisoning, regardless of appearance. Just like any other cooked food sitting outside a refrigerator for more than a bit.
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Man people are idiots.

It's not due to some magic ingredient that prevents mold at room temperature. If McDonalds figured this out, that alone would be worth billions of dollars.

It's been desiccated aka dried. There's no moisture left for mold to grow.
If you make a sandwich/fries out of real ingredients to the same proportions that's sized identically to this, it also won't mold because the surface area to volume is high enough that it'll dry before decaying.

There's no magic here. Only stupidity and clickbait.
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death_hawk wrote: Man people are idiots.

It's not due to some magic ingredient that prevents mold at room temperature. If McDonalds figured this out, that alone would be worth billions of dollars.

It's been desiccated aka dried. There's no moisture left for mold to grow.
If you make a sandwich/fries out of real ingredients to the same proportions that's sized identically to this, it also won't mold because the surface area to volume is high enough that it'll dry before decaying.

There's no magic here. Only stupidity and clickbait.
You sound like an atheist, good at explaining things with gibberish.
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To be fair, if McDonalds sold it, I'd still eat it.
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MusicBox wrote: You sound like an atheist, good at explaining things with gibberish.
1) Wouldn't that be religion? Most atheists I know don't believe in a mysterious being with magical powers. Well except for the flying spaghetti monster.
2) I'm actually curious to know which part you would consider "gibberish" Reading my comment again, outside of the fanfare of McDonalds figuring out mold free food and the final line, I explained things with science or at least arguments rooted in science.
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jflex wrote: More typical far leftist anti-corporate crap.

Can guarantee anyone who tried eating that now would get fast food poisoning, regardless of appearance. Just like any other cooked food sitting outside a refrigerator for more than a bit.
Is this a new strain of food poisoning only affecting fast food?
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death_hawk wrote: 1) Wouldn't that be religion? Most atheists I know don't believe in a mysterious being with magical powers. Well except for the flying spaghetti monster.
2) I'm actually curious to know which part you would consider "gibberish" Reading my comment again, outside of the fanfare of McDonalds figuring out mold free food and the final line, I explained things with science or at least arguments rooted in science.
He's the type of person that uses 'atheist' as an insult. Do you really think he has anything of value to say?
Could HAVE, not could OF. What does 'could of' even mean?
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death_hawk wrote: Man people are idiots.

It's not due to some magic ingredient that prevents mold at room temperature. If McDonalds figured this out, that alone would be worth billions of dollars.

It's been desiccated aka dried. There's no moisture left for mold to grow.

There's no magic here. Only stupidity and clickbait.
Would you eat it for fame, fortune and flatulence as a loyal Pastafarian in honour of Flying Spaghetti Monster?

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This just goes to show you something; stay away from Mcdonalds and processed foods. Would you trust eating food that can withstand deterioration more than a brand new Mazda 3?? I wouldn't.
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MusicBox wrote: This just goes to show you something; stay away from Mcdonalds and processed foods. Would you trust eating food that can withstand deterioration more than a brand new Mazda 3?? I wouldn't.
I could make an identically sized burger out of 100% real ingredients and have it not mold.
It's not "processed" that does this, it's drying.

It's the same concept as beef jerky not going moldy.
Or anything that's been dried really.

Leave a slice of bread on the counter for a couple days and stuff one in a sealed bag. One's gonna be moldy and the other isn't.
It's either science or you're made of magic.
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MusicBox wrote: This just goes to show you something; stay away from Mcdonalds and processed foods. Would you trust eating food that can withstand deterioration more than a brand new Mazda 3?? I wouldn't.
I take it you're not a big wine and cheese fan. And that you've never had honey.
Could HAVE, not could OF. What does 'could of' even mean?

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