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MegaMac from McDonalds Japan

We all know McDonalds is bad for your health. In Japan, they’ve launched MEGAMAC which is like a double BIGMAC. Its 4 patties - 10oz. Enough to give you an instant heart attack!

Take at look at his monster burger.
http://japansugoi.com/wordpress/mcdonalds-japan-re-introduces-the-megamac/

The Japanese ads though are pretty cool. Different from the crappy ones in the States.

[quote]pointman wrote:
We all know McDonalds is bad for your health. In Japan, they’ve launched MEGAMAC which is like a double BIGMAC. Its 4 patties - 10oz. Enough to give you an instant heart attack!

Take at look at his monster burger.
http://japansugoi.com/wordpress/mcdonalds-japan-re-introduces-the-megamac/

The Japanese ads though are pretty cool. Different from the crappy ones in the States.
[/quote]

The Big Mac has the smallest patties of beef out of all of their sandwhiches. 4 patties might just equal a double quarter pounder now. The only difference in meat between a Big Mac and two small hamburgers is the extra bun on one sandwhich.

[quote]Professor X wrote:

The Big Mac has the smallest patties of beef out of all of their sandwhiches. 4 patties might just equal a double quarter pounder now. The only difference in meat between a Big Mac and two small hamburgers is the extra bun on one sandwhich.[/quote]

Yup. Unless they’ve changed things since I worked there twenty years ago, Big Macs are made with ten-to-one patties, just like the small burgers. Four of those are just 6.4 ounces of beef (weight before cooking).

A couple of weeks ago I tried one of their new 1/3 pound “angus” burgers. It wasn’t all that.

10 ounces of beef is not so much. Of course, this is very fatty beef and the burger [and the bun] probably has a lot of trans fat and not just natural fat.

[quote]pointman wrote:
We all know McDonalds is bad for your health. In Japan, they’ve launched MEGAMAC which is like a double BIGMAC. Its 4 patties - 10oz. Enough to give you an instant heart attack!

Take at look at his monster burger.
http://japansugoi.com/wordpress/mcdonalds-japan-re-introduces-the-megamac/

The Japanese ads though are pretty cool. Different from the crappy ones in the States.
[/quote]

Um, its not only in Japan we have these in Canada and I get them all the time. Prof X is right, I would say there is no more meat in this then your typical quality restaurant burger.

[quote]Professor X wrote:
pointman wrote:
We all know McDonalds is bad for your health. In Japan, they’ve launched MEGAMAC which is like a double BIGMAC. Its 4 patties - 10oz. Enough to give you an instant heart attack!

Take at look at his monster burger.
http://japansugoi.com/wordpress/mcdonalds-japan-re-introduces-the-megamac/

The Japanese ads though are pretty cool. Different from the crappy ones in the States.

The Big Mac has the smallest patties of beef out of all of their sandwhiches. 4 patties might just equal a double quarter pounder now. The only difference in meat between a Big Mac and two small hamburgers is the extra bun on one sandwhich.[/quote]

I agree here. They should really change the name of the sandwich, since it’s not really that big anymore.

Get a 5x5 animal style at In n Out

THAT is a heart attack.

[quote]Xen Nova wrote:
Get a 5x5 animal style at In n Out

THAT is a heart attack.[/quote]

It’s like an orgasm for my heart.

About time! The damn big macs are too small anyway, but I love the taste of their “secret sauce”.

I usually buy a double cheeseburger whenever I get a big mac and add the 2 patties to it anyway.

That only cost $1 extra. I wonder how much more this mega mac is…

I’m sure I can justify this as a PWO meal… :smiley:

[quote]duece wrote:
Xen Nova wrote:
Get a 5x5 animal style at In n Out
[/quote]
Huh?

[quote]
THAT is a heart attack.
It’s like an orgasm for my heart.[/quote]
Double-Double low carb protien wraps are next to godliness and good for your muscles too…

Just thought I would open my useless bag of knowledge here. The patties are in fact 10-1 or ten patties equal one pound of meat, before cooking.

Also their secret sauce is nothing more than mayonnaise + ketchup + pickles. I worked there for three years, and it was the worst time of my life.

Although it did give me the inspiration to go back to college.

Just my 2cents
Reynolds

[quote]Reyno109 wrote:
Just thought I would open my useless bag of knowledge here. The patties are in fact 10-1 or ten patties equal one pound of meat, before cooking.

Also their secret sauce is nothing more than mayonnaise + ketchup + pickles. I worked there for three years, and it was the worst time of my life.

Although it did give me the inspiration to go back to college.

Just my 2cents
Reynolds[/quote]

A.K.A 1000 Island Salad Dressing, for those of you who wish to make your own big macs at home.

Don’t make me laugh,
that’s nothing compared to my
Extreme Big Mac.
(see the link below)

www.freewebs.com/horazio/extreme_big.jpg

[quote]Xen Nova wrote:
Get a 5x5 animal style at In n Out

THAT is a heart attack.[/quote]

Why stop there? I recently had a 6x6. Next week I’m going for a 7x7. The week after that, however, will be a de-load week where I’ll only have a 4x4.

go to Cheeburger Cheeburger and get the Pound burger- its actually a 20 oz (before cooking) burger and its heavenly.

[quote]kkeane wrote:
go to Cheeburger Cheeburger and get the Pound burger- its actually a 20 oz (before cooking) burger and its heavenly.[/quote]

And I still can’t figure out for the life of me why there is an obesity epidemic…

This dieting is killing me. My mouth was watering while reading this.

[quote]Easy E wrote:
This dieting is killing me. My mouth was watering while reading this.[/quote]

Yea I am on the V-diet… and by coincidence my family is eating burgers right now, wow this hurts.

I predict 5 T-Nationers could finish this bad boy off

http://whatupwilly.blogspot.com/2006/01/in-n-out-100x100.html