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McDonald's Is Made of Real Food


#1

So over the years we've heard horror stories regarding fast food mostly focused on McDonalds.

Chicken Nuggets are made of pink slime, their products don't decompose, and probably a few others I can't remember.

McDonald's chicken nuggets are made of real meat:

McDonald's burgers do decompose in the right conditions.


#2

Still won’t eat there.


#3

[quote]CLUNK wrote:
Still won’t eat there.[/quote]

Ill get a couple sausage egg and cheese mcmuffins twice a year. Other than that, no thanks.


#4

[quote]Aggv wrote:

[quote]CLUNK wrote:
Still won’t eat there.[/quote]

Ill get a couple sausage egg and cheese mcmuffins twice a year. Other than that, no thanks. [/quote]

I love the sausage, egg, and cheese mcgriddles after squats on a Saturday.


#5

Mcgriddles are the most anabolic food on the planet.


#6

[quote]Broncoandy wrote:
Mcgriddles are the most anabolic food on the planet.[/quote]

I’m sure a team of mad scientists made them perfect. I can feel my squat numbers go up with every bite.


#7

[quote]jjackkrash wrote:

[quote]Broncoandy wrote:
Mcgriddles are the most anabolic food on the planet.[/quote]

I’m sure a team of mad scientists made them perfect. I can feel my squat numbers go up with every bite. [/quote]

Wasn’t there a thread on here years ago regarding the perfect post workout fast food meal…

If you’re going to get anything you drive the extra mile to Wendy’s and pick up a Baconator, and a spicy crispy chicken sandwich


#8

On to the subject.
They forgot to mention how shitty of quality their “real” meat is.


#9

McGags is a GMO hot spot, I need say no more!


#10

Great food.


#11

Arby’s roast beef max is the best. (w/ horsey sauce)


#12

[quote]streamline wrote:
McGags is a GMO hot spot, I need say no more![/quote]
Haha, uh oh, the GMO boogeyman…


#13

Mr gripe with McDonalds is this:

They have never produced a burger that comes close to rivalling the Whopper.

That’s right, I said it. Everything McDonalds has ever created has been inferior to the Whopper.


#14

After watching the video decided to go get some mc nuggets for myself. I pull up and see that they have 10pc/$2…I then see that they also have the option of buying a 20 pc/$5 …???

So I ordered 2, 10 pc for $4…AND THEY WERE GOOD. I haven’t had mc Donald’s in probably over a year, and I probably haven’t had mc nuggets in over 5 yrs.

I also felt pretty good, no stomach aches or headaches or feeling sluggish ( I call it the McDonald’s hangover)

The pricing reminds me of planet fitness, they had a few years ago the option of going $10/mo or $180/yr.


#15

[quote]carbiduis wrote:
After watching the video decided to go get some mc nuggets for myself. I pull up and see that they have 10pc/$2…I then see that they also have the option of buying a 20 pc/$5 …???

So I ordered 2, 10 pc for $4…AND THEY WERE GOOD. I haven’t had mc Donald’s in probably over a year, and I probably haven’t had mc nuggets in over 5 yrs.

I also felt pretty good, no stomach aches or headaches or feeling sluggish ( I call it the McDonald’s hangover)

The pricing reminds me of planet fitness, they had a few years ago the option of going $10/mo or $180/yr. [/quote]

Nuggets contain Rosemary extract which is a natural antioxidant. You might say You consumed a high protein super food


#16

[quote]carbiduis wrote:
After watching the video decided to go get some mc nuggets for myself. I pull up and see that they have 10pc/$2…I then see that they also have the option of buying a 20 pc/$5 …???

So I ordered 2, 10 pc for $4…AND THEY WERE GOOD. I haven’t had mc Donald’s in probably over a year, and I probably haven’t had mc nuggets in over 5 yrs.

I also felt pretty good, no stomach aches or headaches or feeling sluggish ( I call it the McDonald’s hangover)

The pricing reminds me of planet fitness, they had a few years ago the option of going $10/mo or $180/yr. [/quote]
Is there actually such a thing as feeling sluggish after eating, or any of those symptoms? I’ve never felt any of those, and I’ve eaten absolutely glutenous things before. Here is one of my recent glutenous breakfasts: Two cups of milk, “gain cakes” (cup of oats, 1 egg, some milk, 48 grams of nuts), and 6 fried eggs in olive oil. Aside from questioning the fuck I’d eat like that and having an excessively full stomach I felt fine. I’ve also eaten half of (a good) large pizza and felt fine afterwards. I don’t eat absolute trash like Mcdonalds or most fast food places though.


#17

[quote]Destrength wrote:
I’ve also eaten half of (a good) large pizza and felt fine afterwards.[/quote]

is this a typo? half a large pizza is nothing.


#18

[quote]Destrength wrote:

Is there actually such a thing as feeling sluggish after eating, or any of those symptoms? [/quote]

Definitely. If I eat a bunch of sweets or large quantities of pizza I will definitely feel like sleeping all day


#19

[quote]TheCB wrote:

[quote]Destrength wrote:
I’ve also eaten half of (a good) large pizza and felt fine afterwards.[/quote]

is this a typo? half a large pizza is nothing.[/quote]

Seriously - even I can pack away half a large pizza. And probably go back for more a little later.

I eat McD’s rarely, but when I do I consider it a treat. It’s so damn yummy! I have never noticed adverse effects from eating it, even in quantity.

(For those who don’t know, I’m not fat. lol)


#20

[quote]EmilyQ wrote:

[quote]TheCB wrote:

[quote]Destrength wrote:
I’ve also eaten half of (a good) large pizza and felt fine afterwards.[/quote]

is this a typo? half a large pizza is nothing.[/quote]

Seriously - even I can pack away half a large pizza. And probably go back for more a little later.

I eat McD’s rarely, but when I do I consider it a treat. It’s so damn yummy! I have never noticed adverse effects from eating it, even in quantity.

(For those who don’t know, I’m not fat. lol)[/quote]

I swear thier breakfast sandwiches are sprinkled with crack - they are that good!